Teak Outdoor Folding Bar with Two Bar StoolsRegular price £2,300.00
As much as we love meeting up with friends for an Aperol Spritz, getting a seat at an outdoor bar in the summer can be a daunting challenge. So, make your home the go-to spot by including our solid Teak Folding Bar including Garden Stools in your garden and invite friends and family over for a refreshing beverage or two.
Over the past few years, the great British public has been investing in their outdoor spaces and interiors more than ever before. Gardens are becoming ever more critical for enjoying those long summer evenings.
Inspiration comes in many forms and none more so than Teak wood furniture for the garden as it is the perfect choice if you want to purchase a long-lasting piece of garden furniture. A beautiful water-based finish is applied to give the wood a warm colour. This table can comfortably accommodate your guests.
Thanks to its water-resistant feature and classic look, you can place this mobile folding bar anywhere around your garden or patio – indoors or outdoors!
- Closed - H: 100cm x W: 80cm x D: 45cm
- Open - H: 100cm x W:160cm x D: 45cm
- Folded: H: 120cm x W: 45cm x D: 8cm
- Unfolded: H: 120cm x W: 45cm x D: 45cm
- High grade, sustainably sourced, kiln-dried, certified plantation teak.
- Teak furniture will turn to a silver-grey colour over time.
- Natural grain movement may occur.
- Easy to clean
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
On this page, you will be able to find all the information required on caring for your teak furniture.
TEAK OILS AND SEALANTS
Please note that when using teak sealants & oils, these should not be applied until the furniture has fully weathered (turned a silvery grey), as the timber has already had treatment, and this may cause damage to the furniture.
Please note that applying sealants or oils will invalidate your right to return your product.
Cleaning your teak furniture is very simple. You'll need a bucket with warm water and washing up liquid (non-abrasive), a scrubbing brush or scouring pad & some elbow Grease.
Give the furniture a good scrub, making sure that you remove all the mould and mildew & then allow it to dry thoroughly.
If the above isn't doing the job, you can use alternative cleaning products (Teak Cleaners) to help. Which are formulated to kill mould and mildew and restore the natural colour of the wood, but they are more abrasive and can cause damage to the wood if used correctly, so please make sure you follow the manufacturer's guidelines.
STORING YOUR TEAK
Teak wood is strong, durable & can withstand harsh weather conditions, which is good as we are in the UK! The teak will remain structurally sound, but weathering will change the colour & appearance over time.
You can use covers to protect your furniture, which will also help reduce mould and mildew, but we always advise using breathable covers to stop the furniture from sweating.
Before putting a cover over your furniture, please make sure it is thoroughly dry. Any moisture will also cause the furniture to sweat, which will increase the mould and mildew growth over the product whilst not in use.
TEAK COLOURING & CHECKING
When your teak furniture arrives, it has a golden honey colour but will naturally weather over a short period to a light grey patina. This ageing process does not affect the quality of the product and is created by the bleaching effect of weather.
Your new furniture will go through a process called 'checking'. Teak wood is a natural product and, as expended, will expand and contract due to weather changes which can cause cracks on the furniture, particularly on the arms.
Any changes that occur in this process will not affect the product's durability.