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Removing Teak Oil Stain from Gelcoat

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I was putting teak oil on the handrails of our sailboat and thought I had cleaned up the oil that got on the deck.  Over the summer the stains became more apparant.  I tried a heavy duty deck cleaner, but it didn't seem to touch it.  The man in the family wants to try lighter fluid but I don't think it's a great idea.  Does anyone have any suggestions?

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