For sale vintage and retro furniture and teak furniture.  Also open every 1st and 3st Sunday of the month, next Sunday isPentecost day  1-9-19 in Beringe (NL) . every first and third Sunday. Cheap, cheaper, the cheapest  teak furniture in the Netherlands. Also the cheapest shabby chic, industrial, retro and vintage and rough and rustic teak furniture in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany.  Also open every 1st and 3st Sunday of the month, next Sunday is 1-9-19 in Beringe (NL) . Come and have a look at Teakpaleis with an enormous collection of teak furniture and shabby chic, vintage and industrial furniture, such as coffee tables, shop cabinets, cupboards, tables, dresser, TV furniture, buffet cabinets, glass cabinets. Also modern, rural and classic furniture for sale.

The cheapest in vintage, retro, shabby-chic furniture and teak furniture from the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.

To prevent your teak wood from warping and drying, it's necessary to take several precautions. By leveling tour furniture there is less chance your furniture will suffer and the wood will have less chance to split or warp. It's also very important to have the right degree of humidity in your home in order to minimize shrinking and drying. If you think your home has  low humidity, you will be smart enough to get a hygrometer. The hygrometer measures the humidity in your house.If it's too low, you can raise it by hanging some trays at your central heating or by buying a humidifier. You can also place a bowl of water under or next to your furniture to prevent it from drying. Keep drawers and doors of your furniture well closed as to prevent it from working. Besides these precautions, it's good to treat your furniture with bee wax or furniture oil twice a year. Il's an easy surface treatment that provides a good and hardwearing protection.If the wood is dirty or damaged, you can sandpaper it lightly with fine sandpaper.( Never cross but always parallel to the grain.) After that apply the wax or oil with a soft cloth and let it pull in for 24 hours and then rub it out with a cloth or a panty. Repeat this until there's a smooth equal layer. Reduce the amount of wax/oil with each next layer but spend more time rubbing out. The last piece of advice: if you buy colonial furniture watch closely the state and quality of the wood. Because of the transport from Indonesia, the wood sometimes suffers a lot. In Indonesia, humidity is higher and the wood absorbs a lot of moisture. In Holland, the wood releases this moisture to its surroundings with the result of shrinking and splitting. Good maintenance is very important for furniture from Indonesia!