Woodmill of Muskoka
Muskoka Chairs Tables Furniture Assembly

Pine Furniture

Assembly Instructions for your Adirondack Poly Chairs

Assembly Finish

Most of the assembly work is completed when you receive your Woodmill of Muskoka Furniture product and the remaining assembly process can normally be completed in under 10 minutes. Each product comes with clear setup instructions to assist you with creating your fine furniture.

The most important consideration in ensuring that your furniture will give you many, many years of pleasure is the finish. It is essential that the furniture should be properly finished, otherwise the elements will take their toll on the wood and you will not have happy or good-looking furniture.

You may choose to use either stain or paint. We recommend using a natural stain rather than a solid stain or paint as this allows the natural grain to show through while protecting the wood. The beauty of Canadian white pine lies in the natural grain and this is why we feel strongly that a natural stain is the correct finish. If you prefer to use a solid stain or paint, you must not use a finish that will seal the wood . . . for example an acrylic or enamel. Wood needs to breathe - expand or contract - according to the season and the temperature. If you seal the wood, when the time comes for the wood to expand or contract naturally, your finish will crack and the elements will get underneath the sealant and rot the wood.

We recommend applying two coats of stain before you first place the furniture out of doors. If a further coat is applied the following year, you will be able to enjoy fine looking, comfortable furniture in your garden for many years to come.


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Color may vary depending on the texture, grain, color, porosity and type of wood and may not be exactly as illustrated

 

Woodmill of Muskoka

1988 Highway 11
Gravenhurst, ON
Canada P1P 1R1
1-705-687-5959
orders@thewoodmill.ca