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"Repairability" of Cetol

I've been using Cetol on my brightwork for the last several years. I'm not crazy about the orange look, but it does hold up. But, I now have some spots where it's worn through to wood and developed a blister and dark spot. Is it reasonable to think that I can sand those spots smooth, give them a "primer" coat and then sand and recoat the whole works?
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Cetol has a new product if you end up redoing it. I just used it and really like the look.

Cetol® Marine Natural TeakCetol Marine Natural Teak is a durable satin, translucent protective wood finish for use above the waterline on interior and exterior woods. Cetol Marine Natural Teak provides a flexible breathable finish along with weather protection for teak and other hard woods. Cetol Marine Natural Teak is a rich golden color that will enhance the natural beauty and grain of wood, offering the traditional classic look that every boat owner loves. It is formulated with the same ease of application and maintenance that all Cetol Marine products are known for but with “Next Wave” UV-absorbing technology, which is specialty resins and advanced UV absorbers that provide greater protection, durability and longevity.
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[quote=T37Chef]Cetol has a new product if you end up redoing it. I just used it and really like the look.

I assume that it's less orange than the old stuff? Maybe I could do spot repairs withthe old stuff and re-coat with the nes stuff. At least it wouldn't be getting MORE orange.....
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