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08-24-04, 08:38 PM   #1  
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TeaQua ????????Teak

I have been reading in several of the boating/sailing magazine reviews about a teak treatment called TeaQua.The mags are lofving it. Does any one have any experience using it? I read some info on the website but wanted to hear from users in a forum. I have a large project coming up (decks, rails) and would love to get some feedback before I buy quantity. Thanks!

 
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08-26-04, 05:40 PM   #2  
Dont know a thing about it. But after 6 year on a boat salt and 15 years with fresh water. Did oil the teak then went to varnish. My next one will be what we call a "clorox jug". no wood outside at all.

Ed have a good one

 
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11-07-04, 05:23 AM   #3  
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Thanks Ed. I went ahead and bought a quart of TeaQua Teak Oil for test and so far after 2 months it looks like the day I put it on. The teak treatment was easy to use.Comes out of the can with a thick consistencey that went a very long way. I tried the topside hand rails first before doing the deck. I am going ahead with it. The stuff is non skid so I do not have a problem with it. My wife used it on a piece of teak furniture (bench) we have in our yard that she first pressure cleaned. Did not mind that one bit because instead of sanding the bench I was playing with my boat. Her project looks really good. So I am going to agree with the Boating Life article. I liked it alot.

 
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