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Re: teak and holy sole

Trewax is a pure carnuba wax that will protect your wood and will not be slippery. Easy to apply and will last a long time.
The beauty of it is you can apply more where it is needed the most.
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Based on my personal observation Joe's Cal 28-2 has an extraordinarily sweet cabin sole, see:
Cabin Sole - Before & After

Maybe he can check in...
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teak and holy sole

I ordered Trewax. We will see....
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