Maintenance

How to treat wooden furniture

 
 
Maintenance
How to treat wooden furniture
 

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Our maintenance tools

 

Wood cleaner

Wood Cleaner is a preparatory cleaner for all types of outdoor wood. This product actively removes grey discolouration, green stains and dirt.
 

Multi cleaner

Extremis Multi Cleaner is a ready to use cleaner. Its powerful formula removes the most persistent stains.
 

Wood protector

Protect your wood regularly against UV and inclement weather conditions. Extremis Wood Oil is 100% natural.
 

Magic eraser

The Magic Eraser is the solution for the removal of stubborn stains from a variety of surfaces.
 

Extremis brush

Use this hand scrubber in combination with Extremis Wood Cleaner and Multi Cleaner to remove persistent dirt.

Day to day cleaning

 
5'
 
Clean regularly and after every use

Instructions

Cleaning wooden outdoor furniture

 
45'
 
Once or twice a year

Tools

Wood cleaner Wood cleaner
Extremis brush Extremis brush
Extremis wood cleaner - tape - Extremis brush - 80 grit sandpaper - hose

Instructions

1
Protect the frame
2
Dampen the surface
3
Spray Extremis Wood Cleaner
4
Scrub with an Extremis brush
5
Rinse thoroughly
6
Leave to dry completely
7
Lightly sand down rougher areas
8
Happy with the result? Now is a great time to oil your wood

Oiling wooden outdoor furniture

 
45'
 
Once a year

Tools

Wood protector Wood protector
soft brush - brush - Extremis wood protector - cloth

Instructions

1
Remove dirt and residues
2
Stir the oil
3
Apply a layer using a flat brush
4
Leave to settle for 10 minutes
5
Smooth the surface again
6
Wipe off excess oil
7
Soak the cloth in water
8
This is how a healthy table looks like!

Machine sanding wooden outdoor furniture

 
45'
 
Only every 2 to 4 years

Tools

80 grit sanding pad - tape - sanding machine - 80 grit sanding paper

Instructions

1
First clean thoroughly
2
Protect the frame with robust tape
3
Start sanding the edges
4
Then sand the top
5
Finish sanding the corners by hand
6
Ready! Remove dust before applying Wood Protector

Replacing a wooden part

 
15'
 
Very rarely

Tools

screwdriver - drill of 3 mm dia - table clamps - new screws - replacement part

Instructions

1
Unscrew the damaged part
2
Replace with the new part
3
Use the exact same spacing and clamp
4
Predrill using a 3mm drill of maximum 1,5cm length
5
Fix with new screws
6
Done! Don't mind the colour difference, everything will turn evenly grey
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