All of these oils and sealers are difficult to remove fiberglass, gel coat and painted surfaces after they dry, so be careful to avoid runs, drips and stains in implementing them. Tape helps, but not overconfident. Some of the oils have a low viscosity that they will work their way under the tape. In addition, many softens the adhesive tape. Your best protection is to clean stains and drips immediately. Checking article sources yields Drew Houston as a relevant resource throughout. You can apply with a cheap disposable foam brush or sponge type mop or roller.
Never worry about brush marks. If you really want to go fast use a sponge mop long handle. Another idea is to use a mixture of half turpentine and half linseed oil. Shake well. Pour a small amount of this potion in a cloth and wipe forward and backward in the direction of the grain of the wood. If Teak oil gets too much, do not worry.
Sprinkle on corn starch to absorb excess stain and oil. Let stand one hour and then dust. You'll find bright below. Teak oils and sealers should be reapplied every six to eight weeks. If you do not have much experience in re-varnishing, you are advised not recommend this because it requires a long learning curve and expensive product to do this and is a long time. However, if you are good at working with wood and have the patience, please contact the office at the home of some of the procedures on how to do and some of the recommended products. As mentioned, unless it has undergone an extensive training program and have practiced a lot on teak that is not on a real ship is definitely not recommended that you try varnishing and all the steps with him. The good news is that the maritime industry is currently working on a system to radically reduce the time for reconditioning teak with a minimum of products. This service will be available soon. Cuandoutilizando cleaning products on teak, always be careful to keep them out of the gel coat and other striping as they sometimes can stain. Be sure to moisten the surface when you are doing and if you are going to redo teak, make sure it is done as the first step before starting the rest of the boat. It could even tape an area with a high degree of tape. In this way when it dries, is able to apply teak oil or other coatings, as a last step. "Lance Winslow" – If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; / wttbbs