Place several of the Teak Outdoor Placemats around you’re A-Grade Teak Dining Table for a strong, assured look, adding a bit of dimension and texture to your dining set! Whatever you choose, we know the Teak Outdoor Placemats will be an incredibly useful purchase!
Teak Outdoor Placemat
With its many uses and simple, stylish design; the Teak Outdoor Placemat is a great choice for your home! Interwoven pieces of teak are placed together to form this versatile and convenient placemat. Placemats are an excellent addition to your dining set.
W30cm x L46cm x H1cm
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About A-Grade Teak Furniture
Teak is the best natural material for outdoor furniture. A Grade Teak is what Teak Warehouse is famous for. This isn’t standard Teak wood. A-Grade teak is milled from the premium part of the tree. All A-Grade teak in all aspects is the best looking most consistent teak available. We use only A-Grade teak for our new teak products (we also sell premium reclaimed teak furniture). Our A-Grade teak has the following benefits of teak such as: it is hard and dense; evenly grained, gorgeous and all-weather capable. A-Grade teak develops a smooth even patina over time in outdoor conditions and has inherent qualities in the wood to resist pests and bugs and rot. Our teak is sustainably harvested in the Perum Perhutani organization in Central Java, Indonesia. We are proud that we use mature trees which are 40 years old or more, for our outdoor furniture.
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How to Care for your A-Grade Teak Furniture
A-Grade Teak is the best natural material for outdoor furniture. It simply has no equal for this application especially for the marine industry and outdoor furniture. It’s been used out at sea for centuries in boats and sea-going vessels subject to saltwater and UV exposure. To maintain your teak, there are specific and beneficial practices and techniques. For this information we invite you to click through to see comprehensive A-Grade Teak Furniture Care information.
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