Teak wood storage coffee table is a popular and durable choice for indoor and outdoor areas. If left outdoors, the wood produces an attractive silver-gray finish that is easy to maintain. Other owners prefer to preserve the golden color of new teak furniture, and this requires periodic treatment with teak oil. Furniture made of teak wood can last for many years, and you want to repaint parts that show signs of wear. For example, a teak table can be refinished to remove dirt and stains so it looks as good as new.
Lay down a plastic sheet to protect the floor. The wood with a solution of liquid 1 teaspoon to 1 gallon of water to remove stains and dirt from the surface. Allow drying overnight. Sand surface with sandpaper 320 or use an orbital sander to soften and clean the surface, following the grain of the wood. Wipe down the table with a soft cloth, remove all dust and sandpaper.
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Apply the teak oil in a thin, even layer, working on sections. Cover all areas of the table. Let it dry for at least an hour. Apply additional layers until the teak no longer absorbs the oil. Remove any excess oil that accumulates. Allow drying overnight. Buff the board for a lustrous shine with a soft cloth.
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