Many types of outdoor furniture are meant to last for years, if not decades, but of course even the sturdiest pieces will eventually need some repair. A few simple steps can also help improve the appearance of these pieces, and make them look like new again. Note a few tips on what to do, and what to avoid, when fixing up older outdoor furniture. Power washing Power or pressure washing is a good way to clean outdoor furniture so it's ready for repair or a fresh coat of paint, but if you've never washed your outdoor furniture before, note a few precautions.
- A teak table will take pride of place in your dining room, and of course teak furniture represents a significant investment. While teak is known for its durability, you need to follow a few basic steps to stop your teak dining table from becoming damaged. It's not too complicated, but by taking a few precautions, you will ensure that your teak dining table will give you years of service without losing any of its beauty.