Tips for V33 Teak Oil Finish

Jan 24th

Teak oil finish – These articles show you the tricks on teak oil use. So that you can achieve a perfect finish. First, wash the surface; exotic woods are often used for the production of outdoor furniture. This is because they are harder and are rich in essential oils that make it more resistant to sun and water. Due to this, before applying the teak oil it is important to previously wash the surface to ensure a good absorption of the product.

Teak Oil Finish Result
Teak Oil Finish Result

For this, it is advisable to use teak oil cleaner. These to eliminate the stains of grease or mold that the wood may have due to its exposure to the outside. We can also wash it with water and neutral soap and a brush. Second, sanding; unlike the protectors or varnishes, the teak oil finish does not create a film on the wood. But is absorbed by it protecting it from the inside. Therefore, we must open the pore of the wood well giving a good previous sanding.

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Once this is done we must apply a generous layer of product without extending too much. And let it be the wood itself that will absorb teak oil finish it until after about 20 minutes after application. Which will be when we can remove the surplus product. Third, monitor the lint; when we use a rag to remove sanding dust or excess we must choose carefully a material that does not leave lint. Otherwise, the lint released by the cloth will remain on the wood. We can also use cellulose paper.