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Old 04-27-2008
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Generally - just use a mild solution of bleach and one of those 3M soft abrasive scrub/sand pads in the direction of the grain. Let dry then go over with a rag with water or Murphy's oil soap. Let dry then use your favorite teak oil. Plenty of products that advert all those things but bleach works best IMHO.
Ditto...


I use bleach in water, then wash that away with Dettol in water, then wash it clean, then use Murphy's. Kills everything except the relatives...
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