‘I have been using my table outdoors & the natural weathering of the zinc top has created a great patina, I simply love this aged look’
These stylish, British made zinc topped tables are perfectly at home indoors as well as outdoors
Although new, being hand-made it has a great traditional rustic ‘chippy paint’ look
The hand forged iron bases are painted in exterior quality paint which will over time pick up a little rust & age but in my opinion look all the better for it, adding to its vintage appeal
As zinc is a natural product it starts off a light grey & overtime will darken creating a lovely patination
- Smokey Blue or Dead Salmon Painted Scrolled Legs – Please state which colour you would like when enquiring about delivery
- Diameter: 600mm
- Height: 750mm
‘Hand-made in Britain’ 🇬🇧
N.B. Each table is hand made so sizes may vary
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How do I look after my Zinc Top Table ?
Zinc is a reactive metal that starts with a distinctive blue-grey hue and will develop a hazy-grey patina over time. This patina will continue to evolve throughout the lifetime of the product. Our tabletops do not have a coating. They are actual metal. Imperfections, including slight scratches, pinholes, and soldering marks can be expected on your zinc tabletop. They help create the country charm of this rustic metal. Hammered and textured zinc products will have a wavy, undulated surface and will not be machined flat
Windex or mild soap and water are recommended for daily cleaning. Wipe up all liquids with paper towels.
Light scratches and mineral streaking can be brushed out using a household 3M Scotch-Brite pad.
Many owners choose to let a patina develop on zinc. This enhances the “industrial” or “country” flavour of the tabletop
Deep scratches may be sanded out using sandpaper grades going from 150 to 220 and buffed with a 3M Scotch-Brite pad. Brush the tabletop in a circular pattern to recreate its original finish.
For white marks or rings, scrub the countertop lightly with diluted vinegar using a 3M Scotch-Brite pad and rinse with water.
DO NOT USE BLEACH – Bleach reacts very strong with zinc and will leave marks.