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Teak is a hygroscopic material, meaning that it absorbs moisture from the air, and so changes in humidity and temperature can cause it to gain small cracks and splits as the wood expands and shrinks.

These cracks and splits, also referred to as checks or end-grain checking, can appear and disappear naturally and are incredibly unlikely to affect the structural integrity of a substance as durable as teak.

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