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  1. I had a similar problem, but the sort of teak strip found in DIY sheds will not bend in that way. tak log is good for offshore furniture. If it is proper teak strip then your will need to give it a lot of steam time, and I suggest that you bend in round some sort of former made with 6 inch nails in a chunk of old railway sleeper, to get a rough bend, and then doa second steaming to get it to fit the table properly.
  2. The most important reasons to keep your bilge clean are: To prevent growth of bacteria Eliminate foul odors Prevent rust and corrosion of equipment that lies in the bilge You can get bilge cleaner in most marine hardware stores, however, it can be expensive. Liquid Tide is less expensive and does as good a job. Containing no phosphorus, being biodegradable, cutting grease and dirt and having a clean smell make it a good choice. However, if you are going to be using a large amount of cleanser.
  3. Once you have the right equipment, you’ve got to make sure you’re using the correct technique. It is start at 1500 rpm but i do not know the ending rpm.
  4. The above shoe is very nice. Somebody recomment the same shoes to me for construction work. Try it.
  5. To make it as easy as possible for you, our Boat Names kits come in one piece and are sandwiched between a paper layer of transfer tape and a waxed backing. Remove your boat name from its shipping tube. Let it flatten out in a warm room for 24 hours where pets and children can't find it. Applying you new name is simple if you follow these instructions exactly. There are two different methods of appyling your names depending on surface type, Name size, and weather conditions. Choose the best method for your circumstances and read all the way through before starting.