Teak wood furniture is hardwood furniture made from the wood of the Tectona grandis tree. The common English name for this tree species is “teak”. It is a deciduous tree that is native to India and Southeast Asia and is now cultivated in other tropical areas such as Central America. The properties of teak wood make it particularly well-suited to use as outdoor furniture, where it has a longer lifespan than most other varieties of wood
Teak wood graded 'A' is the wood taken from the heart of the trunk where teak oil is much more concentrated. Also 'A' grade teak has more silica and rubber making it more resistant to water and insects. Coming from the heart of the teak log also means that your won't find as many knots in the wood. This means that the wood's texture is more uniform and resistant. The colour is also deeper boasting a gorgeous golden brown colour. 'A' grade teak is, consequently, more expensive than B or C grade teak.
Teak wood graded 'B' is taken from the outer part of the heart of the tree. It still has a fairly good concentration of natural oils and is used for making furniture. The touch is not a smooth and is less shiny than 'A' grade teak.
Teak wood graded 'C' is the lowest quality teak and taken from the outer part of the teak log.
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As teak weathers, it will turn from its honey-gold colour to a silvery-grey patina. This is completely natural and normal, and happens as a result of exposure to rain and UV rays from the sun. This weathering process is totally cosmetic and will not affect the integrity of your teak garden furniture.
Teak requires very little maintenance apart from the occasional scrub. A mild solution of soapy water or a diluted mixture of teak restore kit and water will remove accumulated dirt. This should be followed by a rinse with clean water. To remove grease spots, a light scrub with a de-greasing agent is recommended.
you can leave teak untreated and allowing the wood to adjust to the climate of your space. You can apply a teak sealant to prevent surface stains and watermarks and clean the teak with soap and water as often as it ages.
Teak wood contains natural oils which help prevent it from rotting or deteriorating in the marine environment. Unfortunately, these oils also cause teak to turn gray or black due to mold and mildew feeding upon the oil.
Teak is Long-Lasting: There are century-old teak benches in some of the parks in Europe. This is an evidence to the durability of this wood.
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