Teak Adirondack Chair - Built to Last Outdoors
Teak Adirondack chair - If you are looking to buy an adirondack
chair for the long term, buy one made of teak wood. Yes, a teak adirondack
will cost you more than a chair made from cedar or pine, but, these chairs
won't have the same weather resistance or durablility found in teak.
Care: Teak adirondack chair
Remember all of the teak lounge chairs on the deck of the Titanic? They
were left to weather naturally and turn a beautiful patina grey. If you
like the natural look of the wood as it ages you don't need to do much.
The only real maintenance required is occasional cleaning. If you prefer
the original golden color teak (like when you bought it) you'll want to
use teak oil and cleaner. For this we recommend you learn
more about teak care.
Who invented the adirondack chair
Are you wondering who invented the adirondack chair? It was Thomas Lee of Westport, New York. He came up with the design in the early 1900's to fulfill his longing for a comfortable lawn chair for his summer home. To our benefit, his chair is an American favorite, (it is also one of the best selling outdoor chairs).