furniture. Wednesday , October 18th , 2017 - 17:05:04 PM
As people are unable to notice the differences between genuine antique pieces and reproduction pieces, you will be better off purchasing the reproductive piece. Understandably there most certainly are differences between the two pieces, but these are guaranteed to go unnoticed. The only way you can notice a difference in how the pieces are different is how they will age; genuine pieces will endure cracks and flaws, whereas reproduction pieces will be smooth with not jagged edges or imperfections. However a common misconception with reproductions are peoples' assumptions that these pieces are fake, and of no worth or value. Although they may not cost as much as genuine antique pieces, it does not mean to say that they are fake either. Unknown to many, there are numerous antique pieces that may be sold as "genuine", but are in fact reproductions.
Another popular rustic decoration is the candle log fireplace. A piece of log is cut in the middle where several candles are placed in a row. When lighted, the log glows and warmly lights up a home.
Your teak furniture should be cleaned periodically to remove any dirt or residue from the wood surface. In a bucket, mix Murphys Oil Soap with warm water. Immerse a soft microfiber cloth into the soapy water. Remove the cloth and squeeze out any excess liquid. Gently wipe the wood with your damp cloth. Rinse the furniture with clean clear water. Do not use a power washer, as the force could damage the wood. Once all of the residue has been removed, buff the surface with a dry cloth. Any difficult areas should be scrubbed with a soft brush. Do not use steel wool to remove residue, as the bristles may leave scratches on the wood surface. Keep in mind that it is best to remove residue from the wood as soon as possible. Wipe off stains as they happen. Bird deposits can be particularly damaging and can lead to permanent stains in the wood. You can brighten your teak furniture by applying a brightening product specifically for teak wood. Apply a sealant to the wood each spring to protect the surface from damage caused by the elements.
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