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I'm trying the Cetol Natural Teak for the first time on the companionway boards for one of our charter boats. Still have a coat or two to go, but so far I'm pleased with the color and appearance.
Being able to touch up or add a coat or two here and there is a big plus in this case.
The boards had gone gray - used a teak cleaner and gave them a light sanding before the first coat. Compared to before, they look great already. I'll post a photo when they're done.
(Of course none of that addresses the original question about varnish vs. urethane, but thought I'd chime in on the Cetol discussion.)
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