Adirondacks that are bare will most likely turn a delicate silvery gray. You'll wish to sand these hardAdirondacks once per year, ever so slightly, using or 150 grit sandpaper. That is only with the objective of "knocking down" any uneven blurry grain that might naturally occur as an outcome of exposure to the the weather. It will also eliminate any bigger materials that separate away and could cause splinters. Additionally, it provides an appearance that is sleek and also to the Adirondack furniture. Don't sand during the silver to expose the normal color of the timber. The objective just isn't to eliminate the aging that is silver but to merely maintain it sleek and looking grand!