Look for a low maintenance relationship
Unlike some of our completely maintenance-free materials, such as aluminium and Duraboard®, natural wood can require some TLC to extend its life and keep it looking its best, but the beauty of the hardwood we use for the wooden elements in our collections is that it has been treated with a unique water-based finish, Duragrain®. This coating provides outstanding protection, whilst ensuring that the natural grain of the wood can still be appreciated through the coloured finish. Products coated with Duragrain® come with a two-year guarantee and will retain their colour for many years, offering fantastic longevity.
Keep it clean
Seal the deal
However, if that isn’t the aesthetic you want in your outdoor space, grab yourself a bottle of LifestyleGarden®’s Brown Wood Sealer to immediately restore the original warm golden tones of your teak furniture. As well as being eco safe, it also offers fantastic UV resistance and is so straightforward to use, you’ll be delighted by the results.
You won’t believe the transformation or how quick and easy it is to achieve the look you want.
With a quick wipe, you can also use our Wood Sealer to touch up the oiled finish of our hardwood products, such as the striking Nassau dining set.
Protect what you love
Of course, an extra layer of protection on wood is always welcome during the winter months but actually it’s not just the weather your furniture needs saving from. We’ve all got those friends who just can’t seem to keep a glass of wine upright or the over-enthusiastic dinner guests who are guaranteed to spill or splash something whilst telling a story. Take the pressure off and keep your wooden tabletop protected with a quick spray of our game-changing Wood Protector, which impregnates the surface, making it difficult for wine, olive oil or butter to seep into teak or other hardwood.
Don’t put off winter woodcare, expecting it to be a tough task. Arm yourself with the right products and it really will be a breeze getting your furniture set back to its best, helping wood to face the winter months and look its best for next season.