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Re: Cleaning Teak
Just to clarify, the "black" is not a stain - engine oil or anything, nor is it mould, it is simply old, filthy teak oil with decades of grime, handprints etc. added in. Where I have cleaned it, it came out nice, only needing sanding with 180 grit to bring the natural colour back to the wood.
I was just hoping for something that would "wipe" the old oil off - the ZEP requires a lot of work, repetition and scrubbing.
I completely forgot about TSP - I'll try that.
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