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Dimensions W497 x D530 x H750 (SH 450)
Materials teak
Finish unfinished
Stacking stackable up to 4 units
Test EN 16139:2013 (furniture – strength, durability and safety – requirement for non-domestic seating)
Packing 4 chairs / box
box size (cm) 71 x 56 x 93 (0.37 m3); gross weight 27 kg
Applications indoor and outdoor use

Care

- Do not stand on chairs.
- Do not place any heavy or sharp objects on chairs.
- Do not knock or rub chairs against walls, tables or surfaces that may damage the timber.
- Stacking chairs should be stacked with care to avoid damage.
- Undercover use or storage will extend the life of chairs.


Maintenance

- Occasionally clean chairs with a soft cotton/microfibre cloth or duster.
- Spills can be removed with a damp soft sponge or cotton/microfibre cloth that has been soaked in warm water and a mild detergent.
- Stains can be removed by using either a teak cleaner (available from marine and hardware stores) or lightly sanding with a synthetic sanding pad (such as a 3m Scotch Brite pad).

Protective oil
- The teak range is supplied unfinished to preserve the timbers natural colour and beauty.
- When used outdoors the teak will develop an ash grey patina (or a golden patina if used indoors).
- Unfinished timber will absorb stains more readily than coated surfaces (but stains will fade over time as the timber darkens).
- If chairs are used in a situation where there is a high incidence of spills, we recommend the application of a teak / Danish oil or similar as a protective coating.
- Apply two coats of oil initially and one maintenance coat every twelve months.
- Check if you happy with the oil colour by applying oil to a small area under the seat or top before applying to other surfaces.

Specification

Dimensions
W497 x D530 x H750 (SH 450)

Finish
unfinished

Stacking
stackable up to 4 units

Test
EN 16139:2013 (furniture – strength, durability and safety – requirement for non-domestic seating)

Packing
4 chairs / box
box size (cm) 71 x 56 x 93 (0.37 m3); gross weight 27 kg

Applications
indoor and outdoor use

Care & Maintenance

Care
- Do not stand on chairs.
- Do not place any heavy or sharp objects on chairs.
- Do not knock or rub chairs against walls, tables or surfaces that may damage the timber.
- Stacking chairs should be stacked with care to avoid damage.
- Undercover use or storage will extend the life of chairs.


Maintenance
- Occasionally clean chairs with a soft cotton/microfibre cloth or duster.
- Spills can be removed with a damp soft sponge or cotton/microfibre cloth that has been soaked in warm water and a mild detergent.
- Stains can be removed by using either a teak cleaner (available from marine and hardware stores) or lightly sanding with a synthetic sanding pad (such as a 3m Scotch Brite pad).

Protective oil
- The teak range is supplied unfinished to preserve the timbers natural colour and beauty.
- When used outdoors the teak will develop an ash grey patina (or a golden patina if used indoors).
- Unfinished timber will absorb stains more readily than coated surfaces (but stains will fade over time as the timber darkens).
- If chairs are used in a situation where there is a high incidence of spills, we recommend the application of a teak / Danish oil or similar as a protective coating.
- Apply two coats of oil initially and one maintenance coat every twelve months.
- Check if you happy with the oil colour by applying oil to a small area under the seat or top before applying to other surfaces.

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