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It's a three step process, and the net gain is a multi year solution.

1. Treat the teak with Starbrite teak cleaner (Sodium Hydroxide) and rinse with H20.

2. Wipe the teak down with acetone, and allow it to evaporate until dry.

3. Apply 3 coats of Armada Satin Finish Resin. I let it dry overnight between coats.

I'll have to touch it up in about 2 years, but my days of oiling teak are over.

Before and after photos:

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ok, got it. looks simple enuff, thanks Bob:icon_thumleft:

now if someone from Admin could move this thread to the "DIY, Boats and Engines forum" that would be great:happy5:

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her ya go,,,I have some teak outdoor furniture, I assume I can do the same thing you describe?

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Yeah, that's what Randy wanted it for.

yup, thanks guys:eusa_dance:

now if only I could find a easy way to remove that deep scratch in our Teak dining room table:fucyc:

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yea and a scratch where kids dragged funiture across brand new oak flooring:dontknow:

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