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Steel Frames
  • The steel frames are treated in a proprietary process to prevent rust, prior to a 100% polyester baked anti-UV powder coating with our superior quality paint in a choice of 10 standard and 200+ optional colors. Nearly 200 Powder Coat colors (for steel surfaces)  are available in all, with quantity restrictions applicable for other than standard colors.

Chestnut Wood
  • Chestnut wood slats are a wonderful choice for outdoor use. Chestnut wood is offered "standard" as sealed/ stained with a rich Walnut stain followed with a protective clear coating or it can be painted with our superior quality paint in any of 10 standard colors. Nearly 2,000 paint colors (for wood surfaces) are available in all, with quantity restrictions applicable for other than standard colors.

African Teak
  • African Teak is also preferred for outdoor use due to its resistance to moisture and varying climate conditions.

  • African Teak has a natural protective oil within and is a stable wood that keeps its shape after being " worked."

  • Over time, the African Teak turns from a creamy yellow to a chocolate brown. It can be left to "weather" naturally, or may be periodically treated with "Teak Oil" to preserve the natural color and moisture.

  • African Teak is also resistant to natural decomposition and insects.

Maintenance of African Teak
  • Teak oil is made from natural oils with a wax like structure that protects the wood against water and increases its life.

  • The oil should be applied with a brush and after a couple of minutes, wipe the wood with a clean cloth.

  • Although one coat is usually enough , two coats are recommended and there should be a minimum of 16 hours between each coat.

  • The maintenance should be repeated every one to two years or more under harsh conditions depending up on the particular application.

  • Care should be taken that the oil is  not be applied on very hot or rainy days.

  • The surface must be cleaned completely of dust with a damp cloth.

  • If sanding the surface first is necessary, No.150-180 sand paper should be used.

Please request our fee PDF entitled "Maintenance of African Teak" for additional details.


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