Acacia Wood 5 Piece Outdoor Table and Chair Set UK – Charles Bentley
Ideal for alfresco dining, the excellent value Charles Bentley Acacia Wood 5 Piece Outdoor Table and Chair Set is suitable for most patios and UK gardens.
The wooden garden table and chairs set includes 4 hardwood folding chairs so you can easily fold it up and store it away.
Outdoor Garden Table and Chair Set – Features:
Central hole for umbrella or parasol
Charles Bentley plaque on back of chairs
Acacia Wood Octagonal Table and Chairs Set – Materials:
FSC acacia certified wood
Oil coated natural colour
Garden Table and Chairs Dining Set – Dimensions:
Table (point to point): H74 x L90 x W90cm
Table (flat): H74 x L83 x W83cm
Chairs: H90 x D57 x W46cm
Parasol hole: 5.2cm
Chairs: 4kg per chair
Chair max. user weight: 160kg
How to Care for Acacia Furniture
It all starts out with good cleaning practices. Wipe your 4 seater garden table and chairs set down on a regular basis using a damp cloth. This will eliminate dust and also prevent dust accumulation. In turn, this process helps to preserve the integrity of the acacia wood outdoor dining set and will help to prevent the wood from drying and cracking.
Avoid using cleaning products that contain ammonia or silicone. Such products consist of various properties that dry the wood. That will, inevitably, cause cracking. Use a warm water and mild soap solution and the wood garden table and chairs set will continue to look great and be at its best.
Wash and Wipe Away Wet Spots
Your outdoor table and chairs dining set may be located beside a pool. This can result in the occasional chlorine-contaminated splash. In which case, wash the hardwood garden table and chairs set and wipe to dry using a clean cloth. Also, don’t position the outdoor table and chairs bistro set near to any source of direct heat and don’t allow it to sit in sunshine for any length of time.
Boiled linseed oil and tung oil are easy to find online or in DIY shops. These are both ideal for oiling the folding garden table and chairs set. Acacia wood is particularly sensitive to direct sunlight. That means pigmented finishing oil is a better choice for acacia than transparent oils. Pigmented oils give the wood a decent amount of UV protection.