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I noticed that you said that a teak restorer sanded the sole with a belt sander. Did he have any problems chewing thru the veneer... I didn't think the soles on our boats were solid, I thought they were veneer plywood. Anyone know for sure. Thanks.
 

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Back in the Winter of 2014, I used a heat gun to remove the old finish from the cabin sole. After a considerable amount of work, I am not satisfied with the durability or the aesthetics. I am considering using a synthetic to cover the entire sole. Has anyone worked with NUTEAK or other similar products. I also considered pulling all the old ply off the sole and start with fresh. My guess is that it is held in place with 5200 and as such, will not be tackling that project. Synthetic may be the best option???
 
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