RESTORING WEATHERED TEAK FURNITURE
Clean, Restore & Protect Your Weathered Teak Back to Its Original Luster.
If outdoor teak furniture and decks lived in clean, dry air, we could let the wood weather naturally and go on to other things. Unfortunately, strong sun, air pollutants, rain, salty coastal fog and plant algae will quickly turn exposed teak and wood nearly black. In fact, it only takes a few weeks to see the effects of these forces on your outdoor furniture. If your outdoor patio furniture has turned color and looks old and weathered our restoration services will return it to its original luster.
Even on hazy days our Southern California sun has strong UV rays that penetrate your wood, dry it and bleach out any color pigmentation. Our Professional grade, deep penetrating stain and sealer will protect your wood from the damaging impact of the Sun.
Our Coastal fog and occasional rain carries within it acidic chemicals, bio-material making your wood a perfect home for growing mold and mildew. This is where the gray, black and green spots come from. Once again our high quality stain and sealer applied over a perfectly cleaned surface will create a diamond tough barrier from these harmful elements.
Our outdoor wood restoration and protection service not only keeps your wood furniture looking great, but it will extend its life by decades. The return on your investment is clear and certain.
Let us give you a price to restore your teak in just a few minutes.
Teak Restoration Before and After Images
Does Your Teak Look Similar To This?
Have no fear, this type of gray and weathered teak or any type of wood is exactly what we restore on a daily basis. We have completed thousands of teak table, bench and chair restoration projects. We’ll make yours look great again as well.
What Is Teak Restoration
Teak or wood restoration is a term that describes a series of steps involved when you wish to bring back the beauty of your wood and protect it against future damage. Wood restoration is a service that directly relates to wood that has clear and obvious graying, darkening or drying damage. Depending on the current state of your wood some or all of these restoration steps may be needed.
Teak Restoration Process
Disassembling the piece when necessary so that all areas can be accessed and restored.
Correcting minor damage to your wood such as scratches, dents or filling minor chips and holes.
If oils, lacquers or other surface seals have been applied in the past, these materials will be stripped away using a mild, eco friendly stripping agent.
Professionally cleaning the wood with a quality cleaner and specialized scrubbers.
Sanding wood to remove surface burs, deep dirt stains and create a perfect surface for applying stains or seals.
Applying a wood PH balancer which restores your woods PH back to a natural state, brightens the wood’s natural color and opens up the wood’s pores for optimal stain and seal conditions. The PH balancer is NOT a bleach, it is a gentle PH conditioner that delivers powerful results.
Applying a staining sealer to create your preferred wood color and seal your wood blocking out moisture, air pollutants and the damaging effects of the sun’s UV rays.
A final and extremely fine grit sanding may be applied as a final step to smooth away small burs.