Adirondacks that are bare may typically flip a delicate silvery gray. You will wish to sand these hardAdirondacks once per year, ever so slightly, having a 150 or 180 grit sand-paper. This really is only for the purpose of "knocking down" any uneven blurry grain which may naturally occur because of exposure to the elements. It will also eliminate any larger fibers that separate out and may cause splinters. In addition, it provides the Adirondack furniture a smooth and even appearance. Do not sand during the silver to show the natural colour of the timber. The aim is not to take out the patina that is gold but to just maintain it sleek and looking great!
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