Oscar Teak Rack
This item is available as a drop ship item and will deliver within 3 to 4 weeks from your time of purchase, pending available stock on hand. Once dispatched you will receive tracking, and a delivery appointment once the product reaches a close terminal. Contact us for availability or with any questions!
The Oscar rack, designed by Alain van Havre, immediately attracts attention with its atypical compartment division. This wooden rack is made from teak, with a black metal frame and hand carved wooden doors.
5 sliding doors. Hand carved teak wooden doors, black tainted teak wood and black metal frame.
Oscar Teak Rack dimensions: 47" Wide x 16" Deep x 77" High
WARRANTYLarge case goods such as beds, sideboards, console, and cupboards are not covered under the umbrella of our commercial warranty. The construction of such goods are under warranty for (1) year against manufacturing defects. Normal wear and tear such as but not limited to piling, patina are tears are not warrantied by Industry West.
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PRODUCT CAREOur teak range comes without any finish or protective treatment. The wood is merely polished, allowing the natural oils to rise to the surface. The high density of teak wood has the advantage that stains stay on the surface and do not penetrate into the wood easily.
* For daily care of your furniture, use a damp cloth (not too wet) with a mild solution of warm water and natural soap. Do not use soap containing detergent and in case of a spill, make sure you remove it immediately. PREVENTIVE TREATMENT
* If you want to protect the wood from the start, apply a protective coating. We recommend Occulto Oil (9911). This seals the pores of the timber and creates a natural protection. Even then, stains and marks should be removed immediately. If liquids or substances are left to penetrate the wood, the furniture will eventually get stained. STUBBORN STAINS & REPAIRS
* To remove stubborn stains or superficial scratches, extra fine sand paper (minimum 320 grit) can be used. Make sure you always rub in the direction of the wood grain. View All Product Care Information