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    teak furniture
  • Teak is used to make outdoor furniture, boats, and other things which require resistance to the elements. Teak is used for outdoor furniture because of its natural durability in extreme weather conditions and because of its relative rarity.
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    refinish
  • give a new surface; "refinish the dining room furniture"
  • (Refinishing) A type of cabinet remodeling where the cabinetd are stripped and sanded bare then stained and sealed with a new color.
  • Apply a new finish to (a surface or object)
  • (Refinishing) In woodworking and decorative arts, refinishing refers to the act of repairing or reapplying the wood finishing on an object. In practice, this may be apply to the paint or wood finish top coat, lacquer or varnish.
refinish teak furniture - Brightwork: The
Brightwork: The Art of Finishing Wood
Brightwork: The Art of Finishing Wood
Brightwork is rarity among boating and boat maintenance books: a beautiful how-to book, with 59 lush four-color photographs that celebrate the incomparable look and texture of oiled, varnished, and bare wood surfaces on boats. Rebecca Wittman's meticulously thorough yet graceful and entertaining text details in 17 chapters how to achieve such stunning results. Chapter include choosing Finishes; The Yacht Refinishing Commandments: Stripping Old Finishes; Intermediate Prep Work; Oiling; The Varnishing Prelude; Varnishing; Maintaining and Repairing Varnish; Rescuing Teak Decks; Tools; and Materials. A glossary and an appendix on safety, both personal and environmental, complete the book.

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Sanded Chair
Sanded Chair
I used a Rockwell Sonic crafter I got as a Christmas present to sand everything down. It worked awesome!
Round Swedish teak dining table
Round Swedish teak dining table
Table has 3 expansion leaves. Will be refinished. Price: SOLD.

refinish teak furniture
refinish teak furniture
Antique Trunks: Refinish, Repair, Restore: Revised & Expanded
Antique Trunks: Refinish, Repair, Restore-Revised and Expanded by Paul Pat Morse and Linda Edelstein is the long awaited sequel to the original trunk restoration book by the same authors. Edelstein and Morse, who have both been working on antique trunks since the 1970s, bring a unique style to this new book. Both informative and humorous, the book lays out in step by step procedures, the many difficult tasks involved in restoring an heirloom trunk. The book contains 200 pages of instructions, illustrated with over 175 new pictures and drawings. Ridding trunks of odors, applying a new finish, complicated repairs, fixing a lock, or re-quilting a fancy lid are only a few of the many aspects the book covers. The writing is aimed at the beginning hobbiest as well as the seasoned expert. Uniquel tools and techniques are some of the areas address. There is a special section on tips and tricks the authors have gleaned from their many years work in the field.

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