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No other wood compares to teak when it comes to durability, elegance, stability and low maintenance. It will arrive a honey blonde color and after one or two seasons outdoors it will turn soft, silver gray. And it stays like that, forever, without ever warping, twisting, rotting or splintering. Knot free, beautifully grained, smooth to the touch, pleasing to the eye and quality crafted from the inside out, your furniture will never need replacing.Our most popular Lounger, the Brianna Sun Lounger has been called by some “The most comfortable Sun Lounger they have ever relaxed in.” Perfect for poolside reading in the sun, this Lounger adjusts up to four different positions, including completely flat. For added lounging comfort add cushions from Sunbrella All-Weather Cushions; saturated with UV stable pigments that resist color fade, water, mold and mildew perfect for the outdoors. With its solid teak wheels, it can be easily moved for storage in and out of the sun. Made from genuine teak wood sanded smooth to the touch, it is the perfect material for weathering the outdoors through rain, hail, or shine.
Anderson Furniture is a manufacturer specializing in Teak Garden Furniture and has more experience than any other company in the field. Anderson makes the furniture from kiln dried first grade plantation grown teakwood (Tectona Grandis) from the legal sources in Indonesia. They control the manufacturing process at every level – from choosing excellent timber, kiln drying, and the finishing process at their own factory. Only marine grade brass and stainless steel fitting are used for their furniture.
Anderson furniture is built with pride and confidence. Made from high quality materials and hardware that make the furniture last long for generations.
Manufacturing activities are in full compliance and follow good environmental practices for the good of the local communities.
If you are interested in buying teak garden furniture, some relevant information will help you to better make an informed choice.
The pages in this section of our web site offer you some information about teak wood and its history, and about the care of teak furniture.
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Teak requires no varnishing due to its natural oil content.
Left outdoors, it will mellow to a gray silver patina.
Depending on your preference, you can allow your teak patio furniture to weather into a soft natural silvery-gray, or you can maintain the original finish with occasional cleaning and re-oiling. You can also coat teak with a variety of finishes containing ultraviolet (UV) filters to protect against sun damage.
Regardless of your plan for your furniture, teak is one of the sturdiest woods in the world – no other wood matches its durability for outdoor use. Teak patio furniture will last for many generations in your outdoor space.
Caring for Teak
We are often asked about the best ways to care for Teak Furniture. Because of the hard and yet forgiving nature of the timber it will withstand a great deal of abuse. But it will also repay to give a little tender loving care, so you may care to read through this page and pick up a few hints.
Generally, you can find our Teak Garden Furniture in one of two conditions:
1. Well fine sanded
2. Oiled with Teak Oil / Waterbase Finish.
If you buy your furniture fine sanded it will have only the natural color of the wood coupled with the raw natural texture of the teak grain. The untreated timber is a very pleasant yellowy-brown olive color when still fresh.
If your furniture is to be used indoors, and away from a lot of natural sunlight, over a period of time -perhaps six months to a year – the wood will gradually become a darker shade of brown.
If on the other hand the furniture is left outdoors, the effects of the suns rays will ‘bleach out’ the timbers natural color, gradually turning it a soft silvery gray color. This silvery gray ‘patina’ which develops over time gives Teak Furniture a distinctive appearance. The silver gray color resulting from this natural ageing process is considered to be very attractive, and allows the furniture to blend in well with many outdoor environments. Teak furniture left in this state is easily maintained, and needs no treatment whatsoever to give many years of service. And this is about as easy as a maintenance schedule as its possible to get!
If you buy your furniture already oiled with teak oil it will have a darker than normal mid brown color and a soft sheen. Teak wood is of itself naturally oily and requires no treatment to be used indoors or outdoors, and the use of teak oil won’t increase the life of the timber. It does change the color somewhat and it can also help a little to prevent stains from seeping into the timber grain. It will slow down the graying effect caused by ultra violet rays.
To maintain its appearance teak oiled furniture will need to be re-oiled periodically. If you decide to re-oil your furniture you can contact us for supplies of teak oil, or buy from your local supplier. A basic method for oiling is as follows:
The furniture will need to be cleaned first [see below] Afterwards ensure that it is nice and dry before starting to oil. Have a good look around the furniture first and attend to any areas requiring sanding before starting work.
You will need some teak oil, a clean 1″ or 2″ paint brush, some clean cotton rags, good light and plenty of space to work in. It can be a little messy so be sure to wear some overalls, and wearing household gloves to keep the oil off your hands is a good idea as well.
The oil can be applied with a clean brush, starting from the top and working downwards. The surface should be left wet by the brush, but try to avoid leaving too much surplus oil behind as you work.
After a few minutes – maybe 5 – 15 depending on the ambient temperature, the oil will start to become ‘tacky’. At this point the surface of the furniture should be wiped down with a clean cotton rag, carefully removing all surplus oil.
One coat is usually sufficient, but you can apply a second coat if required, after a minimum of one hour for the first coat to dry. Once you’ve completed the oiling and the surface is touch dry, a second clean rag can be used to buff up the surface.
Please be sure to dispose of any used rags and cleaning cloths carefully, and in accordance with the instructions from the oil manufacturer.
Cleaning Teak Furniture
If your Teak furniture requires cleaning this can be done with a normal household bristle brush [not too hard] and some warm mildly soapy water. Wash down afterwards with clean water. There are also proprietary cleaners on the market which can also be used to clean off various deposits and accumulated dirt and stains.
We do not recommend the use of high pressure hoses, and steel wool or steel wire brushes should not be used at all as any residue left in the grain will rust and discolor the wood.
If the furniture has some stubborn and heavily ingrained stains these can be removed by sanding with a fine grade of sandpaper, being sure to work only with the direction of the timber grain. After sanding stains away like this, if the furniture was previously teak oiled you may wish to re-oil, or if it had previously been left natural, the fresh teak color exposed by sanding will soon mellow in with the existing silver gray patina
Anderson Teak warrants to the original purchaser its products to be free from manufacturing defects and workmanship for a period of two (2) years. All seat cushions are warranted for one (1) year.
Refer to manufacturers manual for full warranty details.
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