Care and maintenance of the Teak Table:
- Either apply a teak oil, but note that this will slightly darken the table so do a test area first.
- Alternatively, for a more natural finish, scrub with a mixture of hot soapy water and lemon juice.
- If a lighter silvered appearance is desired, add a little bit of bleach to the mix.
- These last two options will also help to remove any moss or green algae.
The teak wood has been specially selected from Rajasthan where it was used as ceiling boards for 100-200 years. This means that the wood will be very dry and there will be some movement as the wood naturalises to the British climate.