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: $1,890.00
Item Number: VCH-21GC
Manufacturer: Vintage Country Hills
Manufacturer Part No: VCH-21GC

. Certified Plantation Teak
. Size: 60 x W60 x H30 inches

Big, bold and beautiful, this Supersized Teak Table is perfect for a create-your-own-design patio area. If you have the space, we have centerpiece.  Standing at 30 inches high, this table attracts attention and creates the perfect place to enjoy a casual lunch or just to stop and chat in the beautiful outdoors. Sometimes bigger is indeed better - find your perfect furniture combination today!

Teak - an Investment in Time

Teak is a type of hardwood birch that has a storied history of quality, beauty and durability that dates back to the seventh century. The very first Teak plantation was located in Indonesia. To this day, Indonesia's teak is revered as an exceptional and highly valued wood. Reaching up to 150 feet, teak trees shed leaves every year during the dry season.

As early as in the 1800s, furniture makers in Europe started creating teak furniture for outdoor use. The largest producer of Indonesian teak can be found in the island of Java, where the geography and weather are ideal to grow Teak forests. Teakwood resists decay and has a high oil content that makes it water repellent. It's resistant to termites and other insects as well as rust repellant, especially when matched with Vintage Country Hills' 100% brass bearings.

Teakwood is strong, pliable, and durable. This makes it better at withstanding high pressure without cracking than other woods and can hold its form over many years.

Today's informed consumers are looking for high quality, long-lasting and generally beautiful outdoor furniture - and that's why so many choose teakwood. It truly is the best choice in outdoor furniture. Leave it outside all year - it's nearly impervious to the effects of sun, rain, frost or snow, even if it's not treated with oil or varnish.

Teak Care - Durability

Recognized for its durability, stability, and resistance to moisture, decay and even termites, teakwood can withstand almost any weather condition. Alternative tropical woods (e.g. iroko, ipe) have a lower oil content and therefore offer a shorter life span. Teakwood on the other hand won't splinter and weathers evenly to a finish that requires no preservatives.
Teakwood has been prized as material in the shipbuilding industry for centuries and when British ships were decommissioned, early teak furniture makers noticed these weatherproof advantages as teakwood was still salvageable. For outdoor patio applications and a lifetime of use, teak is unique in its class

Teak Care - Protection (Wood Protector)

Traditional wood-protector products should never be used with teakwood. Because of its structural fibers, teakwood is a very compact wood for which teak oil will offer the most adapted treatment.

Easy to apply with a cloth, teak oil must be used on a perfectly clean surface which has received no previous treatment.

After the first application, teakwood will take a slightly darker taint which will gradually get lighter with time. Teak oil application should be done in 2 or 3 layers (wipe oil excess before it dries after each applied layer). It is best to let your teak patio furniture dry for 2 to 3 days before using them.

Never replace your teak oil with some wax or 100% pure linen oil. These 2 types of products are absolutely not suited for teakwood.
Regular use of a hard brush, a metallic brush or any high pressure cleaning device is to be avoided when cleaning your teak outdoor furniture, as you might rapidly wear out the fine part of teakwood and accentuate its coarse grain.

Once oiled, however, be warned - it will require regular maintenance.

Teak Care - Storage

Storing your patio outdoor furniture inside is not a necessity. As 100% Grade A teakwood furniture, having undergone proper drying time, Vintage Country Hills patio furniture can be left outdoors all year round to weather just fine. Occasional cleaning with a mild soap and a gentle bristle brush might be advisable, however, to remove any dirt and dust likely to settle.

Teak left in its natural state will gradually turn to a beautiful silver grey. If you prefer your teak in its initial golden yellow color, we recommend that you treat your outdoor furniture with teak oil when your pieces are new or during winter months.

Being a "living" wood, the effects of outdoor conditions such as temperature and humidity, will affect the moisture content of your teak patio furniture and you might see tiny cracks appearing in the end grain of your furniture arms and legs. These are normal and nothing to be worried about: they will most likely disappear with weather changes and will not impact the durability of your patio furniture.

Teak Care - Stripes

Perfectly normal, a few dark stripes might occur after the moisture content of teakwood has been lowered before it is crafted into furniture. These color variations will disappear once the furniture has been in the sun for a few days.

Teak Care - Stains

More stubborn stains such as red wine can be treated with a teak cleaner or simply removed by slightly sanding the stain area with fine sandpaper.

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