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post #4 of Old 04-22-2001
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teak refinishing

I use Bristol 2 part urethane. It has saved my life on teak maintenance. It looks as good or better than varnish, easier to build coats, dries faster, levels easier, and lasts for over a year here in Florida. I now apply two coats of Nu Finish car wax (not really a wax) and it lasts even longer before recoating. Great stuff.
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