The process I use to make teak furniture beautiful is not complicated. I start with a weathered piece of teak furniture. Clean it, sand it, sand it again, wash off the dust, perform a couple more steps that I consider trade secrets, and seal it with a teak sealer. This description makes the process sound easier than it really is. These are just the steps in the process and there are a number of ways to accomplish each step. Over the past ten years I have developed a system that produces excellent results, every time.
I am always looking for ways to refine the process, products that last longer, and anything that can help me provide a better service but there is one thing that will probably never change; the process of restoring the beauty of teak furniture involves a lot of hard and sometimes tedious work and there is just no way around that.