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Interior Teak Finishing and Hardware

The pull (wooden handles) on my forward starboard salon locker door has broken and I need to replace it, glue/epoxy won't hold it.

1. Does anyone know where to get these? Or have one they'd like to get rid of?

2. Is there a secret to getting the old one out?

3. I have what I guess is called oiled or rubbed teak (not varnished). What's the products and process to be used in getting the new pull looking like the rest of the teak?

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Three of the pulls were broken on Irish Eyes when we bought her in 2004. I found the replacements at the New Bern West Marine store in a pile of teak parts and trim. I am pretty sure they were "AFI 60124". A google search will turn up the part. Somewhere I have one left, but I can't put my hand on it right now.

Break out the remains of the old one with a hammer and chisel after drilling a few holes in it. When you have the new one in your hand you will be able to see how to do it. Scrape and sand out the old glue.

I did not stain mine before installing them, but others have found a little Minwax stain (Honey Maple, I think) helps to match the varnished interior of the boats.

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Thanks Bill. WM has it in their system, just need to get them ordered now.
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I have not replaced my interior teak but have had to work multiple worn spots. Daly's Seafin Teak Oil has worked wonderfully for me. Ordered off the Internet as I did not find a local distributor. I came to it by way of one of our fellow PSC sailors showing an interior picture of their 1980's PSC. It was beautiful so I asked him how.
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