Minwax Teak Oil Review
Minwax is America’s leading brand of wood finishing and wood care products, so you know you’re dealing with quality. This polish can be used for everything from staining and protection to preparation, maintenance, cleaning and even repair work on wooden furniture and furnishings.
This Minwax Teak Oil will make sure your wood is kept beautiful and clean at all times. The oil also protects dense wooden furniture and actually enhances wood grain by penetrating deep into the pores of the wood and restoring the wood’s natural warmth and richness.
It’s also simple to use and you get a full pint per bottle so it will be sure to last a good long time. The polish is also designed for indoors or outdoors wooden furniture so is a great all-purpose polish and it also offers protection from UV rays and moisture. (recommended for Adirondack chairs made from dense woods!)
The Pros and Cons of Minwax 47100 Teak Oil
Minwax 47100 Teak Oil is a great product from a leading force in the business but is it the right polish for you and does it meet your needs?
There’s a great variety of different furniture polishes available and it’s going to be difficult to know what the right one for you is. But with our in-depth pros and cons guide will make knowing whether this polish is the one for you that bit easier.
Great Quantity: You get a full 1 pint per canister meaning this polish will last a good long time. Its metallic bottle will also insure it can be safely stored away for longer periods.
Offers Brilliant Protection: The polish offers amazing protection on wooden furniture including moisture and UV rays, so it’s ideal for harsher climates and for furniture that is exposed to the elements.
Limited Use: This polish does have a limited use to it because it can only be used on wooden furniture and because of this flooring, decking and below waterline wooden surfaces can’t be safely polished with this product.
READ: HOW TO APPLY TEAK OIL.
The oil also protects dense wooden furniture and actually enhances wood grain by penetrating deep into the pores of the wood and restoring the wood's natural warmth and richness.