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Need more help. I want to refinish my interior oiled teak. It doesn''t need much restoring, just a little sanding, and a coat or two. But there are so many choices out there. I''m looking for an oil that will give me the natural, rich, amber brown appearance of my interior teak. I don''t want a very light appearance. I also want the oil to provide moisture to the wood, so that is slightly oily to the touch, rather than dry. Any product suggestions?
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Try seafinn oil. You bush it on, let it sit a few minutes and then go over it with wet or dry sandpaper. Wipe of the excess and you are left with a nice waxed finished. It is not to shiney and the smell goes away in a couple of days.
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Behr # 6 is your answer if you like natural look. It cannot be surpassed... I assure you.
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