Adirondacks that are unfinished will often flip a delicate silvery grey. You may desire to mud these Adirondacks once a year, ever so marginally, having a 150 or 180 grit sand-paper. This is exclusively with the aim of "knocking down" any irregular fuzzy materials that may naturally occur due to exposure to the the weather. It will remove any bigger fibers that separate away and could cause splinters. It also provides a look that is sleek as well as to the Adirondack furniture. Don't sand during the silver to expose the normal color of the wood. The motive isn't to take away the aging that is silver but to simply keep it sleek and looking great!
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