First, you need to decide between a traditional rocker and a glider. Traditional indoor rockers are the kind that rock on two long curved pieces while gliders are mechanical pieces of furniture that mimic the feeling of a rocking chair by gliding along rungs. There are pros and cons to both approaches. With a traditional rocking chair, there is no risk of mechanical creaking or grinding noises, but there is a risk of catching a toe, foot, hand, or tail under one of the rockers if you are not careful. With the glider, the rise can be more smooth, but the mechanical parts need to be covered up and the decorating options are not as great because there is upholstery on the chair. A traditional rocker is plain and you can dress it up as much or as little as you want.
The best sandpaper to use would be a 320 grit. You will need to take caution to follow the grain of the wood when sanding, never sand against the grain as it could cause damage to the wood. After sanding your teak chair, you will want to lightly dust the chair with a soft cloth to remove any residue left over. Your final step will be to lightly coat the chair with teak oil to preserve the luxurious look.
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