A long-lasting and versatile outdoor piece, our Rectangular Teak Dining Table is an outdoor (and indoor) living essential.
The table features attractive clean lines and generous table space fit for a summertime feast or a fun-filled family game night. Its classic design complements your existing patio decor and easily works with you as your style and family's needs evolve. It's a beautiful table made to bring you years of enjoyment.
Teak wood is so strong and durable, that even without varnishing it will last many years. It's naturally outdoor-safe, weather-, pest-, mildew-, and stain-resistant which makes teak wood one of the most sought after wood for gorgeous, long-lasting outdoor furniture.
Renowned for its naturally rich and lovely tones, it can be stained to coordinate with existing furniture or patio decor, but its authentic shade is lovely as is.
The perfect table for the porch, patio, poolside or indoors
Features a clean, classic design and a generous table top
Easily fits six for a summertime feast or fun-filled family game night
Naturally durable, outdoor-safe, weather-, stain-, pest-, and mildew-resistant
Beautiful wood tones can develop a lovely silvering over time
Dimensions Approx. 3'W x 4'11"L x 2'6"H Weighs approx. 50½ lbs
Cleaning and Care Teak wood is so strong and durable, that even without varnishing it will last many years. We do recommend oiling or staining and sealing your investments to get the longest life out of this beautiful outdoor furniture.
Overtime teak wood will develop an attractive, natural silvering. To reveal the natural beauty and remove normal dirt and debris, wash your furniture annually using a gentle cloth or brush and a solution of soap and water.
To prevent silvering and extend the life of your investment, following your annual cleaning allow the furniture to fully dry and then apply a generous and thorough application of teak oil. This will help retain the wood's natural tone and resupply the natural oils that make teak wood so strong, durable and stain-resistant.
Wipe up any spills immediately. Use a soft cloth and press into spill to fully absorb it. If necessary, wipe with a damp cloth to remove any remaining residue.
Avoid placing hot pots or items directly onto the teak wood surface to prevent scorching and avoid sharp items to prevent gauging.