Rinse your teak garden furniture with a garden hose.
Wipe the furniture with a sponge dampened with warm water. This will loosen any buildup of grime and dirt.
Drizzle dish soap over the damp sponge, and continue wiping the furniture. The soap should cut through even the heaviest buildup of dirt and grime.
Hose the soap off the furniture and allow it to air dry.
Sand the teak with fine-grain sandpaper, following the grain of the wood, if you notice splintering or spots that are uneven. Wipe off the furniture with a clean rag.
Saturate a cleaning rag with teak oil, then wipe over the furniture by following the grain of the wood. Allow the furniture to air dry.
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