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Old 04-30-2013, 07:48 PM
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Originally Posted by TNstevo View Post
Ive read through all the faq's and have a good idea on the sanding process, but m not clear on what oil is needed, and if it in fact should be sealed or "let breathe"
When I bought boat, guy gave me a can of Tung oil. Will this work ok? I've used it on furniture, but not sure how well it will do in water and sun. If It is ok to use the Tung oil, should it be sealed on top of that?
Thanks in advance!
Mineral Spirits (25%) and linseed oil (75%) mixture... You'll never look back at teak oil....

The other sealant product (one of several of which I refer) will be a b!tch to remove. I'd never put a sealer on teak, but that's just me..... There's several threads here about above said mixture.... read ahead... several important steps for best results....

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