Super strong and durable teak bench makes it amazing both for indoor and outdoor use. Through time it can be broken and need restoration. A teak bench of wood is a sleek and sturdy piece that complements any room or outdoor space. When used frequently, the bank wooden suffers wear and will require a renovation. Sanding or staining you can renew and restore its appearance.
1. Apply with brush a thick layer of chemical stripper on the bank of wood to remove the old finish. Let the remover sit on the wood for the amount of time recommended by the manufacturer.
2. Scrape the old finish bench wood steak knife, taking care not to puncture or scratch the wood. Use steel wool to remove the old finish in areas that are difficult to reach. Clean the teak bench with a damp cloth.
3. Sand the bench with 120 sandpaper with a 220 grit sandpaper until it feels smooth. Clean wood.
4. Apply with brush a thick layer of sealant on the bank of wood to prevent stains on the new finish. Allow the sealer to penetrate the wood and remove any excess with a clean rag. Let the sealer dry sandpaper and lightly sand the wood with 220.
5. Apply with a brush a layer of dye on the bench and let the wood absorb before removing excess stain with a clean cloth. Let the stain dry completely in wood.
6. Apply a light coat of polyurethane on the teak bench to seal the wood.