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Far Out Finds is a NY-based furniture resource specializing in Scandinavian mid-century modern furnishings. We provide a curated selection of eye-catching and affordable vintage furniture including direct imports from Denmark.

Far Out Finds assists our customers in affordably furnishing their home with unique and special pieces from another time. We regularly acquire furniture in bulk from various sources which enables us to provide our customers with a large selection of well-priced furniture.

 

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Care

Teak furniture is one of the easiest kinds of furniture to take care of. Danish furniture from the Mid Century Modern era was typically finished with a simple oil-based finish and varnish. Here at Far Out Finds we use only the highest quality, 100% non-toxic linseed oil based finishes and in our refinishing process. For general upkeep and maintenance of your furniture after delivery, we suggest using Howard Feed-N-Wax. It is an easy-to-use beeswax and orange oil mixture that helps maintain the luster the oil finish produces.

Quick Tips

  • Always use coasters, hot pads, place-mats, saucers, etc. under anything placed on a surface. Especially if the object is warm or wet. Wipe up any spills immediately.
  • Keep the wood clean. Dust it occasionally.
  • Howard Feed-N-Wax will keep your furniture looking its best. We suggest treating your furniture with it at least once a month.
    *Tip: An old rule of thumb to attain the richest and longest lasting sheen is to apply your polish or oil (including Howard Feed-N-Wax) once a day for a week, then once a week for a month, then once a month for a year, then once a year for life!
  • Be sure to oil the additional leaves of your table each time you care for the top, this will keep the luster on each piece uniform.
  • If a deeper cleaning is necessary, a mild/diluted oil soap can be used.


Feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding the care of your furniture.