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Danish-produced care products for furniture and wood products.
Sterling Teak Oil, for indoor use, 250 ml
Do you think that your indoor teak wood furniture has become gray and dull. Give them new life with Sterling Teak Oil for indoor use. Sterling Teak Oil cleans the surface, highlighting the grain of the wood and gives the teak new nourishment. Teak need to be oiled regularly, otherwise the wood will dry out and get a dull surface. The oil is applied in a thin layer with a clean, lint-free cloth.
If you are unlucky to have some blotches, circles or similar damages, remove them by soaking fine steel wool with the oil and grinding along the length of the grains in the tree until the stains are gone. Note that “normal” household steel wool can not be used as they will scratch the wood. Excess oil is wiped off and then use a stiff bristle brush thoroughly, also along the length of grains, until the oily dust has come out of the wood’s pores. The day after treat with a thin layer of oil as described above.
Note: Always try the product on a non visible area to test the result. The cloth should be discarded after use.
Removal of teak oil: Thorough cleaning of the teakwood furniture must be done with a mixture of mineral turpentine and vinegar (300 ml turpentine and 1 tablespoon vinegar). Apply with a cloth. Ensure good ventilation. Leave to dry and then apply the teak oil again.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR TEAK OIL
Apply the oil
The oil is applied in a thin layer with a soft, lint-free cloth.
Wipe off and possible repeat
Once the oil has been absorbed into the wood after 15-20 minutes, wipe with a clean, dry cloth.
Repeat the treatment if necessary the next day.
Sterling Polish, as the first in the world, can present an eco-labeled polisher, the Bistro Silver Cleaner with the recognized EU Ecolabel. Since the development of Bistro Silver Cleaner in 1970, a great demand for environmentally friendly products has arisen, and therefore it is a natural way to go for us, as we want to meet our customers’ needs.
Brown Soap is an excellent stain remover. If you have a stain on your clothes, apply a thick layer of Brown Soap on the stain and leave the piece of clothing either folded around the stain or in a plastic bag until the following day.
Bo has, besides elbow grease, used Sterling Teak Oil to restore this beautiful chair back to its former glory with his treatment. Sterling Teak Oil cleans the surface, highlights the tree’s grains and gives new life to the wood. Teakwood.
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Sterling Furniture Polish, liquid, 250 ml.
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