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post #3 of Old 01-17-2007
Zanshin
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I just used the 2-part Te-Ka for my outside teakwork. It took a while to put one layer of tape on the fiberglass on the edges of all the teak but that was actually most of the work. The "A" part is the nasty stuff (Sodium Hydroxide, if I remember correctly) and I applied it with a brush and let soak in for about 4 minutes. Then light brushing with a scotch pad and fnially application of the "B" neutralizer and a bit more brushing before washing down with a lot of water and removing the tape. It worked like a charm, removing a lot of dirt and other contaminants and leaving the teak looking rejuvenated.


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