Beulah Mcgee. Benches. February 15th , 2018.
The personalized grandma bench has vine and oak leaves around the border with small acorns, to symbolize the future. There is also some text for Grandma on the middle of the top of the bench. You will also find a small set of footprints in the upper right hand corner of this bench. Personalized grandpa bench has vine and oak leaves with acorns around the border to symbolize the future. There is some text written on the middle of the bench for Grandpa at the top with a small set of footprints in the upper right hand corner.
Teak Oil Another product you might find helpful is teak oil. However, oil is not recommended for outdoor benches. Oil should be reapplied every three months on indoor benches, so it probably will not last that long on outdoor teak benches. Also mildew tends to grow on outdoor benches that are oiled, so steer clear of oil if your bench is an outdoor bench.Cleaning your Bench As with all quality wood furniture, it is necessary to clean your teak bench periodically. The best way to clean a teak bench is with a mixture of detergent, water, and bleach. The mixture should be mostly water, but the bleach and detergent will help ensure that the bench gets clean. Make sure that any brush you use is very soft because a hard brush will damage the soft wood of the bench. Some companies also sell products that are made to clean teak benches, but it is much less expensive to make your own solution just as already described.
Every time your mother sits on the personalized mother bench she will know exactly how much she means to you. There is a lovely poem written onto it. And, the border of the bench is covered with a vine of oak leaves and small acorns to symbolize the future. There are also two interlocking hearts that add so much character in the upper right hand corner. The personalized mom and dad bench comes with text in the center of the bench. There is also a small childlike drawing of a house in the upper right hand corner. There are oak leaves and small acorns to symbolize the future around the border.
If you plan to purchase a bench, then there are some important things to keep in mind. A teak bench must be properly cared for, especially if it spends time out in the elements. Here are some important tips to keep in mind when caring for a teak bench. Teak Protector If you do not want the lovely brown color of the bench to fade to the light grey color, then there are some products which are made to protect the original color of the teak. Kingsley-Bate makes a wonderful product that will help the bench keep its original teak color for much longer than it would otherwise. A teak protector will need to be reapplied about once per year in order for the bench to retain its same color year after year. You might be able to get away with doing it a little less often if the bench is kept indoors all of the time.
Remember that outdoor benches will still show some age, even if you apply protectant year after year, so expect a little bit of color change, no matter what kind of steps you are taking to protect the bench. Weathered Teak Of course many people really enjoy the look of weathered teak, so many of these steps will not be necessary if you prefer to enjoy the grey teak. It takes several months for teak to fade from its original light brown color into grey, although this may happen a bit sooner if the bench is an outdoor bench. Just remember that teak will always be durable and resist splitting, even after it begins to have that beautiful grey weathered look.
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