Aftercare of Furniture


West African Teak (IROKO) is an extremely durable timber. If left untreated it will gradually turn an attractive silver grey colour.

As part of the weathering process and as with all other hardwoods, the loss of moisture will produce hair line cracking especially on the end grain but these are perfectly normal and will in no way effect the strength or durability of the furniture.

To minimise this a coat of good quality teak oil can be used. The furniture will last with or without treatment.

All our timbers are kiln dried and every effort is made to ensure they are derived from only sustainable sources.