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Shower seat or bath table from Mitra Bali, a fair trade group
 
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FromRhode Island
Shopping Frequency:every 2 to 3 months
I have used this product for:1-3 months
very good, steady, safe
PostedNovember 24, 2011
The teak bath stool is very good. The width is wide for regular bath, it is 22". Placed sideways, it offers ideal comfort for those needing assistance with showering. It is steady, there is no chance of toppling, sliding, wobbling, which is a great comfort to me. I am glad I purchased it, if ever the need for this is over, it will be reoiled and become a decorative piece. I like it very, very much, thank you.
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Shower seat or bath table from Mitra Bali, a fair trade group
 

can I stain a teak bench a darker color and have it still be waterproof?

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It wouldn't be a good idea, although you can ask which oils to use which can produce a darker color.
If you wanted to use the teak bench for something other than bathing, why shouldn't you? It is a nice, simple design.
2 years, 10 months ago
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MrsMarissa555
Rhode Island
 
Shower seat or bath table from Mitra Bali, a fair trade group
 

Will the teak wood change color and even get mil-dewy if the stool gets wet while in the shower?

My sis' has MS and I'm trying to find a nicer seat for her shower; nicer than what one would find in a medical supply store.
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No, it won't. Be sure to "shower" it down after bathing also. When cleaning the bathing area, if you don't lift the teak stool out, tip the ends up and clean beneath the legs of the teak stool. It won't tip over. Use a cleaner designed to kill germs, such as 409. It wouldn't hurt to reoil it occasionally, ask locally which oil is best, allow hours for it to dry.
2 years, 10 months ago
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MrsMarissa555
Rhode Island