How to Refinish a Teak Rocking Chair

Teak rocking chair – A wooden teak rocking chair rocking chair is an elegant addition to any living space. Add a touch of country warmth and style to any home. Often they may need to be restored after many years of use and wear rocking. Refinishing your swing takes time and effort, but ensures your wooden teak rocking chair will look great for generations.

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To refinish a teak rocking chair, Brush a thick layer of chemical stripper in the rocking chair. Let the remover sit on the surface of the chair until the original finish begins to bubble and peel. Scrape the original finish of the rocking chair scraping the wood grain with the spatula. Remove the finished hard to reach areas as chair spindles and legs with steel wool. Clean the surface of the chair with a damp cloth to remove traces of the stripper.

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Sand the entire surface of the rocker with 120 sandpaper to remove any remaining bits of the original finish. Brush a thick coat of sanding sealer in the chair to ensure the new finish evenly absorbed into the wood. Clean a coat of stain on the teak rocking chair with a clean cloth. Allow the stain is absorbed into the wood and wipe off excess with another clean cloth. Apply a thin layer of polyurethane rocker with a clean brush.