Bob Mahler started his career at the age of 15, studied exclusively under world renowned bonsai master Susumo Sudo in Japan for four years, and headed up the bonsai collection as curator of bonsai at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in Brooklyn, NY for eleven years. Bob has strong ties to some of the finest gardens in Japan and imports trees annually. . Bob is available for lectures, lessons, private collection maintenance, Japanese Garden Design, and international tour/buying assistance. Private bonsai classes are held at Bob's bonsai studio in Lehigh County (it's about a 1 hour drive from our Philadelphia showroom).Interested in all things Bonzai...here's a great link! PS...Bonzai look amazing on our furniture:)
Forty one years ago I purchased my first piece of Teak furniture. Over the years I’ve read everything I could find about “how to take care of Teak furniture”. Please understand most things you read about care of Teak is for outdoor furniture, and there is very little about indoor Teak furniture. Teak is a marvelous wood for indoor and outdoor uses with a beautiful grain. But one very important thing - when you buy Teak Oil make sure it is for indoor Teak furniture. If you use outdoor Teak Oil on fine indoor Teak furniture it could ruin your furniture.
What You Need
0000 (4 zero) Steel Wool
Indoor Teak Oil from dane decor:)
Dust: With a damp (not wet!) cloth, dust the piece of furniture so that you get every bit of dust off.
Use a bit of elbow grease if somethings actually dirty. Allow it to dry completely. If you are working on a really dirty or soiled piece of Teak get your steel wool and wet it with your Teak Oil. Lightly sanding with…
Central Presbyterian Church was built in 1863 at the exact midpoint
between Philadelphia and Lancaster. Abe Lincoln stopped by on his way to
Gettysburg. Who knew he loved modern furniture? #stainedglass