Bare hard Adirondacks will most likely change a soft silvery grey. You will desire to mud these Adirondacks once annually, ever-so slightly, using or 150 grit sandpaper. This is solely for the purpose of "knocking down" any uneven fuzzy materials which may naturally occur because of exposure to the elements. It will eliminate any larger fibers that separate away and can cause splinters. In addition, it gives the Adirondack furniture a smooth and even appearance. Don't sand through the gold to show the natural shade of the timber. The intent isn't to remove the silver aging but to simply keep it sleek and looking grand!
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