1. Apply the oil in a thin layer with a clean, lint-free cloth.
2. When the oil has penetrated into the wood after about 15-20 minutes, wipe with a clean, dry cloth.
3. If necessary, the treatment can be repeated the next day.
Stains, edges and similar damage are removed by soaking a No. 000 steel wool in oil and sanding thorough along the length of the wood. Excess oil is wiped off and the next day treated with a thin layer of oil like the instructions above.
Cleaning the teak oil: When the teak furniture needs to be cleaned in depth after regular oil application, clean the wood with mineral turpentine and vinegar (make a mixture of approx. 300 ml of turpentine and 1 tablespoon of vinegar). Ensure good ventilation. Allow to dry, then reapply the teak oil.
Note: Always test the product in an non-noticeable place before polishing the entire piece of furniture to test the result. The cloth should be discarded after use.