Bare Adirondacks will often change a delicate silvery grey. You are going to need to sand these hardAdirondacks once per year, ever so slightly, using or 150 grit sand-paper. This really is solely with the objective of "knocking down" any uneven fuzzy feed that may naturally occur as an effect of exposure to the the weather. It will likewise eliminate any bigger fibres that separate away and can cause splinters. In addition, it gives an even and smooth look to the Adirondack furniture. Do not sand through the silver to expose the normal color of the wood. The intention just isn't to take away the patina that is gold but to just keep it sleek and looking grand!