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Many customers chose to include staining of their furniture as part of our handcrafting process. This allows for their furniture to arrive perfectly finished and ready to enjoy!
Our industry-leading four-step staining process begins with a full immersion technique where each piece of wood is dipped in an 80-gallon vat of SICO ProLuxe, the best outdoor stain on the market, which is equivalent to three coats of stain. Once dry, we hand -spray three additional coats of stain with fine hand sanding between each coat - achieving a beautiful long-lasting finish.
However, like with all things the furniture will eventually need a little attention to maintain their look and longevity.
There are two options for keeping your products looking great:
Pro Tip: For touch-ups or re-staining, we recommend SICO ProLuxe (either 078 for light/golden stained products or 045 for the dark/mahogany stained products). Alternatively, you can use a similar oil-based stain (be sure to compare UV ratings as not all stains provide that protection).
Important: Before touching up or refinishing your wood Adirondack furniture be sure to read the product labels to familiarize yourself with safety protocols. For example, never stain products indoors, only in well-ventilated areas; and never store stain-soiled fabric in a pile as this can potentially become a fire hazard.
Keeping your Adirondack furniture looking brand new is easy - it just requires a simple annual touch-up. Each spring, take a few moments to look over your Adirondack furniture for scratches, dents or naturally occurring blemishes. Leave as-is if you prefer an antiqued distressed wood look.
Here are the recommended steps to take for annual maintenance:
If you choose to wait a few years to completely refinish your treated Adirondack furniture you will have a bit more work to do to get that beautiful original finish back.
Here are the recommended steps to take in refinishing:
If the Adirondack furniture does not have a heavy enough finish for your liking you can repeat the last step for an additional 1 or 2 coats, as necessary.
Three coats of SICO ProLuxe usually last about 2-5 years in direct sunlight, the 4th coat can last 3-8 years.
Pro tip: Don’t go too heavy on the coats or the stain will pool on the surface and act like a film instead of a stain. The wood needs to be able to breathe if the finish is going to last.
If you need any assistance or have questions please feel free to contact us or call our toll free number at 1-800-418-1433.