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Just thought I'd share this photo of my cockpit. Seats are Cetol Natural (3 coats base & 2 coats gloss), the table is 12+ coats of Epifanes.
Czech Pilsner's...um good stuff

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Coaster...no way...you need one of these...

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Trust me, that beer didn't have a chance, it was gone in an instant.


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The boat I just bought has a decent amount of teak on it. Its all in great shape as has been done with Cetol although I do not know which color. I plan on doing a very light sanding and applying another coat as preventative maintenance so it keeps on shining. I can easily ask the previous owner what color it is but would I be able to use the new Natural Cetol for my new coat I am going to add on? I def do not want to strip it all and re-apply the natural cetol to bare wood as the cetol that is already on there is in great shape and I am only adding this extra coat as a once year maintenance thing. Should I just go with the same color thats on there or should I try the new stuff?



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Got 6 of those Chef - both reg & tall neck . . . 2 each from Mexico, Key West and Bermuda.

We don't leave the dock w/o our bottle coozies. ( I'll take a few pics and post 'em later )

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For a maintenance coat, you should just use the Cetol gloss.

As for telling the Cetol colors apart it's kind of like this:
Original = Dark opaque brown
Light = Orangeish semi transparent
Natural = Golden transparent

All the above will be a dull matte finish and will become "semi" glossy with the top coats of the clear gloss.

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The boat I just bought has a decent amount of teak on it. Its all in great shape as has been done with Cetol although I do not know which color. I plan on doing a very light sanding and applying another coat as preventative maintenance so it keeps on shining. I can easily ask the previous owner what color it is but would I be able to use the new Natural Cetol for my new coat I am going to add on? I def do not want to strip it all and re-apply the natural cetol to bare wood as the cetol that is already on there is in great shape and I am only adding this extra coat as a once year maintenance thing. Should I just go with the same color thats on there or should I try the new stuff?



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Just use the gloss.

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Looks very nice. I believe the beverage may be safe unless you're expecting rough seas in the parking lot.
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