Hard Adirondacks that are bare will most likely change a soft silvery gray. You'll need to sand these hardAdirondacks once annually, ever-so slightly, having a 150 or 180-grit sandpaper. This is entirely with the objective of "knocking down" any uneven blurry materials that may naturally occur due to exposure to the elements. It will likewise remove any bigger materials that may cause splinters and separate away. It also offers a look that is smooth as well as to the Adirondack furniture. Do not sand during the silver to expose the natural color of the timber. The purpose isn't to take away the silver aging but to only keep it sleek and looking great!
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