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John.. We've used the DC 795 with both screw-on and in-frame applications with good success. Just now I've had to remove a couple of lenses that cracked this year, and happy to say that these seals never leaked, and a very nice, soft "rubber" gasket-like layer was still easy to get off so I can redo them.
As far as the seal against the teak, won't the primary seal be between the lenses and the outer frame?.. still I think this stuff would work for you.
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