My mother in law has several pieces of teak furniture from thier time in
germany in the 60s. Over time, it has developed a sticky, dark filw which
she would like to remove. I dont think the wood has been stained but inot
sure what would have been used to finish or what will safely remove this
If this is truly Thai teak, then salt water and a soft brush will do
It is the only thing that ever gets used on teaks decks of a proper yacht.
If it's some other kind of el-cheapo teak, then all bets are off.
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