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post #4 of Old 09-23-2007
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Bringing back teak is almost an art form. There are others here who are likely more experienced than me but a couple of suggestions - High pressure spraying such as with a pressure washer will remove the soft wood making the teak very grainy and lead to more dirt being trapped in the grain. Similarly, hard bristle brushes will do the same thing. What you want to do is not kill the mildew but remove it in such as way so as to not damage the wood.
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