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08-19-2004 02:57 AM
steki30
Teak Cleaner

household bleach @ 20% strength will work fine and will not raise grain
08-16-2004 02:27 AM
39512
Teak Cleaner

Sandpaper.
08-15-2004 06:51 PM
docket
Teak Cleaner

I have teak decks that are about two years old. Because I went through the hassle of having them replaced at a huge expense, I am finicky about using a cleaner that will raise the grain. Anyone use a cleaner that cleans them up without raising the grain or softening any of the caulk?

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