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10-28-2013 09:25 PM
CalebD
Re: Grime on interior teak

Hi Hudsonian!

Generally, it is best to try the least caustic remedy first like some of the oils & cleaners mentioned (eg., Murphy's oil soap).
If result is still unsatisfactory ramp up to de-natured alcohol with a scotch brite pad.
If that still leaves stains I'd next try Oxalic acid in the form of Barkeeper's Friend.
Oxalic acid IS the main ingredient of 1 part teak cleaners.
If that does not work than dynamite will make the stain go away! :Just Kidding
10-28-2013 06:40 PM
MarkofSeaLife
Re: Grime on interior teak

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Originally Posted by captflood View Post
GREETINGS EARTHLINGS; I have had a great deal of successs using baby strilizing fluid it just kills mould and grim in one go but take care with sillages AS ALWAYS GO SAFE
Baby sterilizing fluid is bleach at 1% instead of 5% so you can just use bleach watered down 1part:4 parts water




Bleach works and is safe.
10-28-2013 06:21 PM
captflood
Re: Grime on interior teak

GREETINGS EARTHLINGS; I have had a great deal of successs using baby strilizing fluid it just kills mould and grim in one go but take care with sillages AS ALWAYS GO SAFE
10-28-2013 05:36 PM
olson34
Re: "augmenting" our posts

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Originally Posted by jimgo View Post
Olson, that gets added automatically. There's a scr-ipt that runs in the background that inserts links based on keywords. It is a way for the site operators to generate some additional revenue. I think most of us ignore it.
Thanks. Now I have one more reason to be thankful that the Ericson owners' site is privately owned and chooses not to accept advertising.

BTW, I am not talking about the conversion of gear-name words to links to stuff-for-sale on this site -- those words remain and just look a bit funny with their little underlines.
Adding text that the author never said, OTOH, is just wrong.
Loren
10-28-2013 02:31 PM
jimgo
Re: Grime on interior teak

Olson, that gets added automatically. There's a scr-ipt that runs in the background that inserts links based on keywords. It is a way for the site operators to generate some additional revenue. I think most of us ignore it.
10-28-2013 01:06 PM
gamayun
Re: Grime on interior teak

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Originally Posted by tim r. View Post
our previous boat, an ericson 35-3, had the same issue. Here is a link to our refinish project.

interior refinish - tkronaboat
wow!!!!!
10-28-2013 12:38 PM
olson34
Re: Grime

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Originally Posted by jimgo View Post
Olson, I'm sorry, without pictures we can't trust you.
That's OK, we are all rather cautious of anyone who is "asleep at the wheel" !

Pictures... somewhere on the cam chip or the HD. Still looking...
Sorry 'bout that.

Loren

ps: just noticed that someone with Admin. powers had added a sentence to my prior post. I changed it back. It seemed to reference stuff that might link to the chandler part of this site. Odd. I guess that it was someone with some "admin" powers since they left no footprints.
10-28-2013 11:54 AM
zeehag
Re: Grime on interior teak

i use orange oil or murphys oil soap to get rid of the hand grease then orange oil or lemon oil to spiff it up


my interior is , as are most formosas, damnear all teak inside. like fancy furniture.
10-28-2013 10:20 AM
WinterRiver
Re: Grime on interior teak

Wow, Tim, that was quite a job. Beautifully done!
10-28-2013 09:55 AM
Tim R.
Re: Grime on interior teak

Our previous boat, an Ericson 35-3, had the same issue. Here is a link to our refinish project.

Interior Refinish - TKRonaBoat
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