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10-08-2012 11:15 AM
detailscleaning wow great job, I'm impressed
10-05-2012 08:32 AM
valdalycett Teak furniture is made of teak wood. It can be used for indoor as well as outdoor location. Such kind of furniture is able to add an elegant look to your decoration and make your house beautiful.
08-29-2012 07:11 AM
sophielaura Great work I must say. Can you please share the methods and products you used in this process?
07-01-2012 10:58 PM
albansparrow
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Originally Posted by SkeltonSkye View Post
Once you owned teak furniture then there is the difficult task to maintain and clean it. Teak furnishings can be inside or outside and it can be just about any form of furnishings you want. Teak is a long lasting furniture. So many individuals are acquainted with. It can be stained or unstained also.
Yea definitely, It would be a very challenging task for taking care of the Teak wooden furniture. However, it would be an extremely durable and solid that can be working long-lasting and didn't break or crack easily.
06-17-2012 04:34 PM
Steven2001 Nice job, indeed! You have achieved great results. Congratulations!
05-18-2012 12:00 AM
linchdaniel Bamboo is a real wood that comes from the forest, so it has an organic propensity to avoid pattern and harm from bugs. It is one of the most resilient timbers you can buy, and this is one of the factors so many individuals select teak fixtures. Many individuals also appreciate the wonderful shade of teak, which begins out as a fantastic darkish and then changes to a silvery grayish shade eventually.
03-17-2012 10:17 AM
lohanseles Teak is one of the strongest and highly resistant to rotting and have no effect of sun, rain, frost or snow. There is a special type of furniture that uses teak and its name is "Faraway Furniture".
12-23-2010 01:40 PM
Pressure Cleaning Good work the chairs look great.
09-25-2009 01:21 AM
riddhik11 Really good job!. Also good to post photos of this so that we can really see it.


Thanks,
http://theeverythinggirls.com/tegcleaning/index.html
11-01-2007 03:52 PM
R&A Pressure Washing
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Nice work Roger. It seems that you have excellent capability in your profession. The old furnitures are looking like newly branded one recently purchased. From now on, I am thinking to hire you for the same job. Let's see.
Just give me a call
10-26-2007 02:48 AM
moonshadow4280 Nice work Roger. It seems that you have excellent capability in your profession. The old furnitures are looking like newly branded one recently purchased. From now on, I am thinking to hire you for the same job. Let's see.
07-15-2006 10:44 AM
Woodsavers Of Texas The chairs looks smashing over here also
07-15-2006 10:32 AM
All Seasons Exteriors Excellent job, Roger!
07-15-2006 09:49 AM
R&A Pressure Washing
Teak Furniture Stained (UK)

Here are a couple of B&A photos of some furniture I restored this week. It was a whole set of furniture, never been cleaned about 4 years old, and left out in the open all year.
Owners are very happy with the results.

Roger

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