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Teak treated with NOTHING ™ !!! THE PROOF

Yes..for those that know me and my boat, you know that I treat my teak with hundreds of pounds of NOTHING ™..

look, here is the proof...NOTHING ™ really works to give you that good look...

I highly recommend you guys use NOTHING ™...found in EVERYWHERE STORES™.

I am not related to NOTHING ™, or in anyway affiliated with NOTHING ™, but I use at leats 560 pounds of NOTHING ™ everyday..

look a teak deck that was built in May 2006. Soon 2 years old...

Treated with NOTHING ™... yes NOTHING ™!!

Want more proof that NOTHING ™ beats any varnish, solvent bleach acid, etc....

By the way..the only thing really required is that after you apply NOTHING ™, you rinse it off with salt water....

NOTHING ™...available everywhere...

This is my deck as I found it today...NOTHING ...Uhhhmmmm Uhmmmmm









REMEMBER ----USE NOTHING™

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I am running a special on NOTHING. For ONLY $59.95, (40% more at Worst Marine) I can have a can of nothing shipped overnight. Alex has used this product for over a year and swears by it.

(The EPA has not approved NOTHING, and stands by their press release that NOTHING contributes to Global Warming, famine in Africa, and Polar Ice Cap melting. Please use NOTHING as a responsible adult and keep NOTHING away from children. If NOTHING comes in contact with your boat, rinse immediately with salt water.) I am not running for NOTHING, and approve NOTHING in this message.

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I use NOTHING on my mast, too. You can't see the paint scratches in it!
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I can't afford NOTHING.

I have no supply of saltwater, all I have is BRINE.

That's why I went with the alternative solution - I had my teak deck covered with a one time treatment called NONSKID at no cost from the factory



As you can see, by using RAINWATER it stays clean and serviceable. RAINWATER is not always available, but it is far better than NOTHING in my opinion. The level of effort to clean the deck is about the same.
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WOW! That NOTHING™...sure is somethin!

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So Giu, is it safe to say you know NOTHING?? I think T34 knows NOTHING too. HEHE!

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So Giu, is it safe to say you know NOTHING?? I think T34 knows NOTHING too. HEHE!

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Off course you can say that...

But we know you and know you do NOTHING
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Nice decks Giu - and I agree that NOTHING™ should be used on teak decks, it's all that I ever used on mine.

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How much time does it take to apply NOTHING? I don't want to create too much free time and actually go SAILING!


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How much time does it take to apply NOTHING? I don't want to create too much free time and actually go SAILING!
That is the only problem...it takes 24 hours a day, for 7 days a week...

I have been applying nothing since may 2006, and haven't stopped yet...it takes forever..

Now...don't forget to rinse with salt water...otherwise NOTHING will not be removed
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