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Cane-line Drop Teak Kitchen Bar

SKU#: CL-BAR3550T    ID#: 7758
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About this Item

Highlights

  • Mount on the Cane-line Drop Kitchen Module for extra storage or as a bar top
  • Fits the height of Cane-line bar stools when mounted
  • Cane-line teak is approved and cultivated according to SVLK certification system.

Specifications

Depth27.20 in
Width78.80 in
Height46.10 in
Weight33.40 lbs
Country of OriginIndonesia 
Outdoor Kitchen MaterialTeak 

Description

The Cane-line Drop Teak Kitchen Bar is designed by the Cane-line design team, and is part of the Drop collection, which consists of an outdoor kitchen concept and a selection of outdoor dining tables. The frame of the series is made of specially designed profiles that ensure a strong construction and an elegant finish. The series is inspired by a drop shape, which provides a profile with both edges and soft curves. The Drop kitchen is an impeccable outdoor kitchen, with a classy yet vibrant and inviting expression. The Drop kitchen bar can form your outdoor bar, with a beautiful teak bar module, which is mounted on the kitchen, and fits the height of our bar stools. Cane-line teak is approved and cultivated according to SVLK certification system.

At A Glance

  • Sustainablesustainable
  • Assembly Requiredassembly required
  • Made In IndonesiaMade in Indonesia

Product Protection

Teak Properties
Cane-line teak furniture is made from WWF-GFTN certified production in Indonesia. This is a guarantee that the teak production supports responsible forest management. Teak is a hardwood that is ideal for outdoor use due to its high oil content. Our teak furniture is delivered untreated. If the furniture remains untreated, the teakwood will patina over time and turn pale grey color. If you wish to retain the original golden color, we recommend treating teak furniture with a recommended teak sealant. Please note that teakwood is a natural product and therefore continues to change. This means that small cracks can develop due to drying and that slats can warp slightly.

Teak Cleaning
If you wish to retain the golden color, the furniture must be treated with teak sealant before use and on a regular basis. How often treatment is needed depends on the climate and whether the furniture is placed in a sheltered position, for example under a roof. As a general rule, teak tabletops should be cleaned and treated at least a couple of times a year.

If your teak furniture becomes silvery-grey or black on the surface, it can be cleaned with a recommended teak cleaner. After cleaning and rinsing thoroughly with water, allow the furniture to dry. When the furniture is completely dry, it is ready to be treated with teak sealant. If the furniture has been exposed to the elements over an extended period of time and developed patina, it may be necessary to sand it down before cleaning and treating it.

Clean daily with a moist cloth, water and washing-up liquid. Alternatively, use a soap flake solution to saturate the wood so that the furniture does not get stain as easily. You can also use a lukewarm cloth or a soft sponge for cleaning of your teak furniture.

Teak Storing
There are several ways to properly store your furniture in autumn and winter months for maximum protection and to make spring cleaning easier.
1) It is best to store your furniture on a covered terrace, patio or carport, where it is protected from the elements.
2) Alternatively, it can be left outside under a furniture cover. Please note, however, that condensation can form under the furniture cover, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the furniture to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation.