Square table teak top 79×79

Shine

Square table teak top 79x79 / cod.254+257

Made entirely of aluminium, Shine collection by Arik Levy offers modern essential lines, mainly intended for contexts in the Residential and Contract Hospitality sectors. The combination of truly creative design and aluminium conveys a sensation of both lightness and essential comfort. Armchairs, chairs and lounge chairs are all stackable and have teak armrests. The tables have a teak or HPL (white) top. The Shine collection also includes stools and high tables for furnishing dining and relaxation areas. In addition to the furniture already presented at the 2014 fair, a sun lounger, a daybed, a new set of fixed and extensible tables, and a two-seater sofa are included.
 

Designer: Arik Levy

Material:  Aluminium - Teak

Collection:  Shine

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Technical Info

Weight: 8.80 Kg
Dimensions L/P/H: 79 x 79 x 74 cm
Static Load: 100 Kg
Test: EN581-1 / EN581-3
Shape: Square

Maintenance

ALUMINIUM

To keep the product in good condition for a long time, we recommend cleaning it regularly; more often in very damp locations with a marine climate. It is recommended to clean the surfaces using a soft cloth with water or mild detergents. Prolonged and continuous exposure to intense UV radiation or very low temperatures can affect the initial characteristics of the coloured coating, which is made from polyester. We recommend cleaning and storing the products in sheltered places during prolonged periods of non-use and during the winter.


TEAK
As it is a natural material, changes in colour or cracks due to the level of humidity and sudden changes in temperature may be observed. If it does not receive any maintenance treatment with the periodic application of common and specific oil-based protective products, the surface will weather into a silvery-grey finish that can be removed with light surface sanding and subsequent polishing with a hessian cloth. Small surface stains caused by oil or other foodstuffs must be removed immediately, before the wood absorbs them, by sanding the area concerned and polishing it with a hessian cloth. When the wood is wet for the first time, it is normal for the surface to become slightly rough when it dries; the initial polished-effect can be restored with light surface sanding and subsequent polishing with a hessian cloth.