Adirondacks that are bare may typically flip a delicate silvery grey. You will desire to mud these Adirondacks once per year, ever-so slightly, using or 150 grit sand-paper. That is only for the purpose of "knocking down" any irregular bleary feed that might naturally occur as an outcome of exposure to the the weather. It will also eliminate any bigger materials that separate out and could cause splinters. It also provides an even and smooth appearance to the Adirondack furniture. Don't sand through the silver to exhibit the normal colour of the wood. The intent isn't to remove the silver patina but to only maintain it easy and looking great!
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