Teak (Tectona grandis) is a deciduous hardwood that is renowned for its elegance and durability, as well as long life under severe climactic conditions; it is almost impervious to sun, rain, snow, and frost.  It is an extremely dense wood and rich in natural oils, causing teak furniture to be naturally water and insect repellent. One of the most unique things about this wood is that it will naturally weather to a beautiful silvery patina with exposure to the elements. This is a very desirable finish to some; however, it can be returned to its original honey blonde color with sanding. Teak furniture will last a lifetime if a simple maintenance schedule is followed.


This finish is standard, and is the natural state of the teak wood once sanded.  It will not require any special maintenance other than cleaning, which we recommend doing twice per year to remove any dirt or buildup. It can be cleaned with a solution of mild detergent and water, using a non-abrasive brush to scrub the surface. Rinse well and dry in the sun. This finish will eventually weather to the silvery patina, but can be restored by sanding with fine grain sandpaper (320 grit). Always sand in the direction of the wood grain. Wipe dust from the wood with a clean, dry cotton cloth.


New teak will undergo a weathering process where the natural oils surface on the furniture. This is natural and cannot be prevented, but often causes staining on cushions. Stains can be removed by cleaning with a mild detergent and warm water.


This finish is available for those who wish to enjoy the silvery grey patina of weathered teak right away, without waiting for time and the elements to do their work. Maintenance is the same as for the Natural Teak finish.


This finish will look significantly darker than the natural teak finish. However, it will naturally weather if the oil or stain is not reapplied. Depending on exposure to sun and rain, maintaining this finish may require reapplication as often as every 6 months.


Powder-Coating metal components provides a strong, weather resistant covering that will protect metal from the elements. This finish should be cleaned with water, mild soap, and a soft cloth. Do not drag the furniture; this can scratch off the coating and cause the metal beneath the finish to be exposed, which will allow it to rust or discolor over time. If chips or scratches occur, contact your Link showroom for instructions on how to repair. Damage due to misuse (chips or scratches) is not covered under warranty.


Polished Stainless Steel can be buffed clean with a dry, soft cotton cloth. For more intensive cleaning and maintenance we recommend using a stainless steel cleaner such as Flitz or Simichrome, as applicable. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions for use, and avoid getting cleaner on any teak wood, as it might cause discoloration.


The surface of the glass can be cleaned regularly with a soft cotton cloth and glass cleaner. Frequent handling and cleaning of the underneath surface of back painted glass is not recommended as this may causes scratches, discoloration and damage to the finish. Damage due to misuse (chips or scratches) is not covered under warranty




Link  Outdoor  fabrics  should  be  cleaned regularly to avoid accumulation of dirt or  particles on the fabric; although solution-dyed acrylic does not promote mildew growth,   mildew may grow on foreign substances on the surface of the fabric. Most stains can be cleaned with a mild soap and lukewarm water solution. Apply with a spray bottle and sponge briskly,  then rinse thoroughly to remove soap and let air dry. Diluted chlorine bleach may also be used in stain removal—we recommend a solution of one part bleach to two parts water. Rinse thoroughly.


Our cushions are constructed with soft density EZ-Dri poly foam with a Dacron® wrap, and are appropriate for use outdoors. They are designed for water to flow through the cushion for quick drying, and will not mildew; however, mildew can grow on dirt and organic residue that may be on the fabric if not cleaned regularly. When cleaning, we recommend leaving the Furniture covers on the cushions; repeated removal of the covers may eventually cause damage to seams. To clean premium outdoor fabrics, a mild cleaner can be used (but please follow manufacturer guidelines). Sponge with cleaner and
rinse with warm water.