I found a nine piece set of teak patio furniture on craigslist for a great price. It had weathered but if you know teak, it is the best and cleans up very, very nicely.
There’s a beautiful oval table with a fold out extension. There are six reclining chairs, two steamer lounges and two side tables.
To give you an idea of what a glutton for punishment I am, after building the deck addition, staining 3 coats of stain, and building steps, I am now restoring the teak furniture to it’s original luster.
Here’s a chair before I washed it.
I washed everything first. Here’s a chair that has been washed.
Of course I did my homework and decided to use SeaFin Teak Oil to restore it. Here’s a chair that has been washed, sanded and one coat of the SeaFin Teak Oil.
And here’s a pic of the whole set. Everything but one chair has been washed, and one of the chairs has one coat of SeaFin Teak Oil. The other two chairs not in the photo are in my dining room and now have three coats of Teak Oil. Wow… they are beautiful!
And since it is the end of summer here, Rich’s had a 20% off sale on umbrellas so I bought one with built in lights. Here’s a pic I took tonight.
YOUR HANDS!!! I wouldn’t blame them if they went on strike 🙂 It is a little eery, those are the lights in my dream about your patio. The furniture is beautiful!