Step 1: Teak Cleaner
Treat your teak garden furniture with Teak Cleaner, a product that, in addition to thorough cleaning, immediately restores the original light brown color.
Before you start cleaning the teak wood, it is important that you moisten the wood and shake the bottle of Teak Cleaner well before use. Treat the teak wood with a sponge or a soft cloth. Make sure the entire surface is done and let it soak for a few minutes.
Then brush the teak with a scouring pad – in the same direction as the grooves. After brushing, rinse with water. If the teak feels rough after cleaning, sand it with fine sandpaper and wait until the teak is completely dry. That way you ensure that the teak is clean and smooth, and ready for step two.
Step 2: Teak Shield
Teak Shield protects the wood against mold and algae growth. The powerful water and dirt-repellent effect ensures that you can enjoy your teak wood in its original condition even longer.
The applied layer is invisible and does not cause discoloration. For that reason, your teak wood retains its warm, original color. You only need to apply Teak Shield a few times a year. For maximum results, treat the tops of the table tops one more time.
You can easily apply Teak Shield using the supplied cloth. Shake the bottle well before use and apply a thin layer. Wait a few minutes and then apply a second coat. Wait until the second layer has been absorbed and voilà, you're done! That's all you need to do to optimally protect your teak against water, dirt, stains and weather influences.