EMU Twins Alu-Teak Chair
Designed by Sebastian Herkner / Made in Italy
NEW Collection 2023
EMU's Twins collection consists of two versions: one entirely made of teak and the other one combining an interesting material mix between teak and aluminium. This perfect synthesis between the designer’s experience and EMU’s know-how is what makes this collection very special.
The Twins Alu-Teak version of the chair features fully welded painted aluminium frame and legs, and a seat and back are crafted from FSC® certified teak slats. The result is a modern yet timeless and elegant design.
Cushions for seat or seat & back are available at request.
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.
As it is a natural material, it could have different nuances from one product to another or between components of the same product. In case of sudden changes in temperature and humidity, moreover, cracks may also occur. If it does not receive any maintenance treatment with the periodic application of common and specific oil-based protective products, the surface will turn into a silvery-grey finish that can be removed with a light sanding surface and subsequent polishing with an hessian cloth. Small stains caused by oil or other food products must be removed immediately, before the wood absorbs them, by sanding the concerned area and by polishing it with an hessian cloth. Stains from coffee, juices, natural drinks, without food additives, can be promptly removed with water and a soft cloth. When the wood gets 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 sanding surface and subsequent polishing with an hessian cloth. Teak is a natural material that absorbs water and is rich in oils. Over time, these oils, by a natural process can rise to the surface and stain the cushions that have been used. Stains on the cushions can be removed using soap and water.
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