Bare hard Adirondacks may usually turn a soft silvery grey. You may need to mud these Adirondacks once per year, ever-so marginally, using a 150 or 180 grit sandpaper. This is exclusively with the aim of "knocking down" any irregular bleary grain that might naturally occur due to exposure to the the weather. It will eliminate any larger materials that could cause splinters and separate away. It also offers the Adirondack furniture a smooth as well as look. Do not sand during the gold to exhibit the normal colour of the wood. The purpose isn't to eliminate the silver aging but to just maintain it smooth and looking great!
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