Once known as Hartley18
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Melbourne, Australia
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Re: Remove Varnish from Teak Caulk
..of course, given that the teak itself looks a bit weathered and will need sanding anyways, an alternative to doing it properly is to get a hold of the largest, meatiest belt sander you can find and take the top few thou right off, caulk and all.. Yee, hah!
A bad day on a boat beats a good day in the office