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post #7 of Old 01-17-2007
docketone
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I used Teakqua and I did not like it. The product, in my opinion was closer to paint than any other coating. It turned the teak much darker than I liked and I opted to sand it off the day I applied it. I have used, and still use, Teakguard which is a fantastic product but it not a miracle fix either. I use Teakguard on my cockpit seats which are exposed to the harsh Gulf Coast, Texas weather. It will fail after about a year despite the manufacturers statement to the contrary. When it fails it is pretty easy to sand off and redo. I like the fact that it is waterbased so when applying Teakguard you can wipe up any spills.
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