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08-11-2002 02:27 PM
Anyone ever heard of or used

Never heard of it, but here''s the manufacturer''s home page URL --

Fair Winds --
08-11-2002 05:48 AM
Anyone ever heard of or used

The fellow in the slip next to mine has a Lyman power boat which he restored, and is justifiably very proud of the job he did. On the teak decks he used something called "All-Guard" which he stated was manufactured in Dayton, Ohio. I was planning to use Cetol since that has been highly recommended to me to spruce up the brightwork on my Cape Dory 26. But, his looks very good and he swears by All-Guard, and so I thought I''d look into it. I can not find anything out about it though, at least not on the internet. Has anyone used "All-Guard", and if so, can you compare it with Cetol as far as ease of application, durability, ease of repairing worn spots, etc. are concerned? Thanks for your help, as always, it''s much appreciated.
Fair winds.
Peter K., S/V Waltzing Matilda
Cape Dory 26, Hull #42

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