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Interlux perfection plus over teak oil

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I have just sanded some of my old, dry teak rails down to the bare wood. I like the color of newly oiled teak. Would it be smart to put interlux perfection plus over oiled teak? I would of course otherwise prep the wood per instructions. Any preference of interlux perfection plus v cetol marine gloss?

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It's not recommended to put varnish over a teak oil and a two part varnish like Perfection Plus wouldn't work at all, it must go on bare wood.  Interlux Perfection Plus is a two part finish which is a lot harder finish than Cetol Gloss.  Also the Perfection has more UV protection than the Cetol Gloss which doesn't.

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Mattle.

there are also Semco which is a teak sealant and comes in 3 different colors (Clear, Natural, Goldtone) it looks like dirty water and will absorb into the wood. Teak will look like new for a long time and it will required re-applying after a cupel of months depending how your weather is where you are.

good luck.

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On 11/25/2015 at 1:51 PM, RickW said:

It's not recommended to put varnish over a teak oil and a two part varnish like Perfection Plus wouldn't work at all, it must go on bare wood.  Interlux Perfection Plus is a two part finish which is a lot harder finish than Cetol Gloss.  Also the Perfection has more UV protection than the Cetol Gloss which doesn't.

So is Interlux Perfection the best and highest rated finish over bare teak.  I have a 46ft with lots of teak which i have sanded bare.  Looking for longest lasting with a finish similar to teak oil.  Mike

 

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Interlux Perfection Plus two part Polyurethane varnish is a very hard durable finish that typically will last longer than regular varnish finishes.  Awlgrip has Awlwood which is a primer then a topcoat varnish system that has been reported to last quite a long time, even in the Florida sun.

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