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post #5 of Old 01-20-2003
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Or consider PlasTeak, a real plastic teak made from recycled milk cartons. Main advantage is maintenance free. Main disadvantage is color, they may not have want you want. I had them cut me 3/4" x 8'' strips for trim on the cabin sides. I chose a lighter color. Now I need to replace the varnished teak handrails which are much darker than the trim strips.
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