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How To Look After Your Garden While You're On Holiday

As the summer approaches, you might be looking forward to leaving work and life worries behind for a week or two of relaxing and exploring.

Whether you're going on an exotic beach break, a city escape or a camping holiday in sunny Britain, leaving your home unattended is something that many people worry about doing.

Here we give you a few tips on how you can look after your house and your garden whilst enjoying your time away:

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3 Easy Steps To Restore Your Teak Garden Furniture To Its Former Glory

When the weather is warm and sunny, the chances are that you probably love to spend a good few hours in the garden.

Whether you're hosting a barbecue, getting lost in a good book or simply sitting back and soaking up some rays, it's great to enjoy the outdoors while you can. And if you've invested in a quality garden furniture set, you can rest safe in the knowledge that you'll have little maintenance to do.

Teak garden sets in particular are extremely easy to care for. But what happens if it does require a helping hand to return it to its former glory?


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Should You Oil Teak Garden Furniture?

If you've bought a teak garden set and are now wondering how to care for it, the good news is that teak actually requires very little looking after.

One of the most common questions that arises in relation to teak outdoor furniture is whether or not it should be oiled. There are many oil based products available that are designed to be used on wooden garden furniture sets, and some of these are marketed towards teak furniture.


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What's the Difference Between Grade A Teak and Lower Grades?

If you are looking to buy a teak garden furniture set, there are a number of possible options that you may be faced with. One of the major decisions to make is the quality of the teak that you purchase.

If you see websites claiming to sell “cheap teak garden furniture”, you might be sorely tempted to enter your details and order your new patio dining set. And once it arrives, it might serve you well. For a while.

Soon enough, it will likely start to fall into disrepair or begin to rot and split. That's because the teak used in the furniture is of a poor quality, and before you know it you'll be having to fork out for a new set.

Unfortunately, if you find teak furniture with an exceptionally low price tag, it's probably too good to be true. This is because it will lower grade teak, meaning it does not carry the same long lasting characteristics of top quality teak.


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Teak Care! How to Look After Your Garden Furniture

The summer is almost here, and it's a time when many of us take every opportunity we get to enjoy some outdoor living in the sunshine and warm weather. It can be even better to spend some time outdoors if you have a luxury garden furniture set to relax on and soak up some of the summer rays.

But do you know how to care for teak furniture? Taking care of teak properly can help to protect your furniture and ensure that it is perfect for use over many summers. Teak is actually a very durable and tough wood, so it is able to withstand much of the hardship thrown at it by nature and the weather. With that in mind, it's a great option if you don't want to be spending too much time caring for your teak outdoor furniture.

However, there are still some steps that can be taken to make sure that your teak is cared for properly. Here are some top tips for teak furniture care that can keep your garden set in top condition.

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6 Reasons Why Teak Makes Great Garden Furniture

Have you ever taken a look at your old garden furniture and wondered what on earth has happened to it? After a year or two, it might begin to look shabby and discoloured. It might even be rotten and unsafe to use. This is a common complaint of people who buy garden furniture that is of a poor quality or made from unsuitable wood.

Teak is the perfect choice for producing outdoor furniture, as it holds a number of properties that make it a cut above many alternatives types of wood.

Here are some of the key reasons why teak garden furniture is an ideal option.

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