Bench. Monday , October 16th , 2017 - 11:33:42 AM
Many vanity benches are metal, and one way to judge the quality of the metal is by checking the weight. However, most vanity benches are also very dainty, so it may be difficult to judge the quality of metal by the weight of the bench. Just remember that a very light bench may not offer as good quality as one that is slightly heavier. Also take a look at how the bench is put together. Higher quality benches will have joints that are welded together rather than screwed or bolted.
However, oil is not recommended for outdoor benches. Oil should be reapplied every three months on indoor benches, so it probably will not last that long on outdoor teak benches. Also mildew tends to grow on outdoor benches that are oiled, so steer clear of oil if your bench is an outdoor bench. As with all quality wood furniture, it is necessary to clean your teak bench periodically. The best way to clean a teak bench is with a mixture of detergent, water, and bleach.
Beautifully carved legs on vanity benches with cherry wood finish are quite popular on the market. Quite often makers add some fluff in the form of feathers or even beads in vanity benches to stylize them. Queen Anne style legs are also widely available in vanity benches. Elegant and unique these vanity benches add grace to your personal vanity every day. There are several do it yourself kits available for vanity benches where you can add your own touch to the basic designs.
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