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Old 10-14-2009
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Its fairly common to see teak treated differently in different areas. For example, my toe rail, dorade boxes, hatch boards are covered in Cetol Natural & Gloss. The wheel, cockpit table are covered in Epifanes Gloss Finish and Clear Varnish. My Cockpit seats are covered in Semco Teak Sealer - Natural.

Maybe a teak sealer like Semco would be the way to go, but even that I find somewhat slippery when wet.

Maybe you could post a picture or two.
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