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Location: Derry, NH
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Re: Faded Wood (sun) in cabin
It's a funny world; I was just looking around before posting this:
The Admiral saw the boat over the weekend and was very pleased. She mentioned how dry the cabin trim looked and asked about my plans for it. Although I'd love to pull it all out this fall and give it 37 coats of varnish over the winter, the coachroof teak is getting that treatment first. She volunteered to rub some lemon oil into it and give it some shine (she's good that way).
I haven't seen the product she intends to use, but can anyone suggest something they have used that will:
1. Shine things up a little
2. Have a citrus scent (or similar, maybe mint)
3. Not mess up my 'plan' to refinish in a few years
She mentioned teak oil first; when I told her about the smell and the mess, she suggested lemon oil.
It looks like answers are Howard Feed'n'Wax or Old English Oil.
When Teak Oil is used below, how long does the smell last?
Seems like the Feed'n'Wax would have a nice scent (in the same way that the holding tank doesn't).
1978 Bristol 29.9 #122
Testing a mother's love since 1962
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