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Tom Chambers Small Hetton Bench

Was: £149.99 Now: £139.99
Designed with comfort & style in mind, this classic small garden bench is the ideal solution for any garden or outdoor space.
Made with FSC certified sustainable timber.
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SKU: 1032406

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The Tom Chambers garden furniture range are all handmade from sustainable Swedish redwood. Finished with a warm traditional stain the Small Hetton Bench is an attractive addition to your outdoor space and offers comfort as well as style with it's curved wooden seat and shaped back. The curved arms are wide enough to hold a glass or a cup, practical and perfect for enjoying the summer months outside.

Features & Benefits:
Compact, versatile, and easily portable
Designed for complete comfort with curved seat and shaped back
Wide, curved arms look great and are designed to hold a glass or a cup
Finished in a warm, rich traditional stain
All the furniture is hand crafted in the UK in the traditional way from FSC certified sustainable timber.
This item comes flat packed making it easier for you to take home today

Specifications:
Seating: 2
Dimensions (cm): Height: 96 x Width: 123 x Depth: 71
Primary Material: Swedish Redwood
Guarantee: 1 year

Care & Maintenance:
Wash down each year with a wood cleaning product then treat with a stain or paint; there is now a huge colour range of weatherproof timber paints. You may have to do this every year.
Furniture made from softwood must be treated otherwise it will only last a couple of years, before it starts cracking, the joints will shrink and become loose, water will penetrate once it is cracked and then it will start rotting.
If you have previously stained the furniture and now require a lighter colour it will have to be stripped back to the natural wood, then you can start again with a new stain.
Preserve your softwood with an oil based paint or varnish, such as Cuprinol.

General Information:
Resin seep is a natural process for softwood furniture. Use, carefully, either a sharp knife or chisel to scrape the sap off. It normally scrapes off quite easily and usually stops coming out after a short period.  Don't use turps or attempt to sand it off as this can scratch off the stain.

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