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Old Fart
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Before I learned how to properly keep my diesel fill from burping every time I filled her I got lots of diesel stains on my teak deck. I can tell you from experience that diesel stains will go away. The red died diesel for marine use (no road taxes added) takes longer but it too will go away in a few months.

Don't try to sand it away. It is soaked into the wood and if you manage to sand it all away you will end up with a easily distinguishable dip in the wood. Just apologize to your Boss then sit back and enjoy a cool one while you wait for Mother Nature to do her stuff.
 
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