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I am looking for a distributor of the product Semco Teak Sealer.Went to wm and got an ah duh.
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Let us know how it works.

Here is the web site. They list distributors.

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Just picked up some at West Marine last week. Also try Boat US.
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Unfortunately, some of the people who work at WM have less knowledge about boating and marine recreation than the guys flipping burgers at the local McDs. Some of them are very knowledgeable... but some have no idea beyond how to run the register.
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Thanks to all.Last months cruising world did an article on helpful things to make boating easier,the stuff can be cleaned off fiberglass with alcohol or min spirts. wanted to try it
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SEMCO TEAK SEALER | Teak Sealer for Boats and Teak Furniture | SEALER from the ShipStore.com ™ on-line catalog.
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thanks for the web site.By the way did any one else try that australian tung sealer by cabots.I want to check it out on my boat to see how it lasts.at 17.00 a gallon it might just be the answer to a boaters dream (no not that dream)I mean easy teak finnishing.
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The price is $16.00 a quart.
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