There's a reason teak outdoor furniture is so popular. Anyone who has lugged patio furniture into storage, purchased expensive "winter slip covers", or just left the furniture outside only to discover that it was ruined after two seasons of use, can appreciate the easy maintenance of teak outdoor furniture.
If you wish to preserve the Golden color of teak, you may apply Teak oil to the product once or twice a year (when you notice fading). If you do not apply any teak oil the wood will bleach to a silvery color as seen below.
Goldenteak Marlboro Bench after First Year
Goldenteak Marlboro Bench after Sixth Year - notice greying
of wood, and growth of plants surrounding it.
The Bench has not been moved for 6 years.
Storing your teak outdoor furniture during the winter couldn't be easier! See below!
Purchased two inexpensive painted rockers and they fell apart within a month near my ocean home. Have had these rockers for several years and they are wonderful. The quality of craftmanship is superior. No doubt the chairs will be with us for many years to come Joanne, Cape Cod
Our patio area has a small covered portion. When it is time to store the unit or get it out of the elements the collapsible feature is outstanding. 4 stackable arm chairs were included in our purchase and they also take up very little storage space. We have found the fit and finish of these products to be above average and I would highly recommend them. Oh yes they are also comfortable, practical,and an attractive addition to ones out of doors activities.