Isla Polished Concrete & Steel Coffee Table
This is certainly a most eye catching coffee table drawing in your visitors with its pretty circular patterned rusted steel base.
Blended with the polished concrete table top, this piece offers a stunning addition to your garden.
Dia : 105 cm
Height: 40 cm
Table top thickness: 4 cm
Our concrete range is made from water, sand, cement and Jute. Some items are then re-enforced with a metal grid. Our concrete range is delivered with a pre-treatment – this will need reapplying - it doesn’t last forever!
The concrete surface has not been designed to be smooth or flat. Micro-bubbles and indentations occur where the concrete has been removed from the mould. This is not a fault in the table - it is a natural characteristic of concrete.
Concrete is pretty robust, but it is prone to cracks and chips - it can react to its environment or it can be damaged by an impact of some sort. It is important to stress that cracks do not affect its durability they simply add character to the table. If character is not what you are after – you can carry out simple repairs by using fast drying cement and sanding with a fine sandpaper. The repair will be visible, but it will blend into the mottled appearance of the surface over time, especially with the re-application of our wax treatment.
The concrete surface, over time, will change in its appearance – this makes the product unique to you and your way of life. Bumps and chips are part of its charm.
We advise that you do not use abrasive cleaners or chemicals on the concrete. Wiping it over with a damp cloth and non-citric washing up liquid is generally recommended. Concrete is porous and liquid can soak into the surface so ensure you wipe up any spillages immediately, but with regular waxing, (approximately three times a year, or more if desired) this will help to keep your bench sealed. We can provide a wax for this purpose, see our Concrete Furniture Wax. The use of a Furniture Cover all year round will help to protect your garden furniture and prolong the life of the concrete and wooden frame.
(Please note: Furniture covers should be raised off the surface to ensure that air can circulate sufficiently. Ensure in extreme weather conditions (scorching heat or snow/frost) that the cover is not touching the top of the concrete surface or you may find that it will stick to the concrete and leave mark