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Re: Interior wood treatment

Dry and dull sounds like it was oiled in the past, if so, take some 0000 bronze wool and scuff it, wipe it down with denatured alcohol and rag on some Daly's seafin teak oil
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Re: Interior wood treatment

Poop has the right idea. Keep in mind the original poster said it is the interior that needs help. As long as the wood does not have a shiny varnish or polyurathane finish the best option is to clean and use a good oil. A light sanding on water stained areas may be needed. My boat is done this way, requres a redo every 10-12 years. Outside oiled teak is good for about 6 months.
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Re: Interior wood treatment

Thanks to all for your input. I think I'll go with the lemon oil option after the vinegar clean. It just might do the trick.
Again, thanx a bunch.
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