Bare Adirondacks may typically flip a delicate silvery grey. You may want to mud these Adirondacks once annually, very slightly, with or 150 grit sand-paper. That is just with the aim of "knocking down" any uneven fuzzy grain that might naturally occur because of exposure to the elements. It will eliminate any bigger fibres that separate out and may cause splinters. In addition, it provides a look that is sleek and also to the Adirondack furniture. Don't sand through the silver to show the natural colour of the wood. The purpose is not to eliminate the gold patina but to only maintain it smooth and looking great!
Adirondack furniture that is treated with the oil finish to preserve it