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Old 04-07-2006, 03:38 AM   #1
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Default A NEW VARNISH - COELAN : Is It Magic ?

Recently found a reccomended product called COELAN which has "superior stretch & UV resistance" properties .

It looked great after a year on a wooden boat - anybody out there got any comments ?

Who has used it ?
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Old 09-24-2015, 05:33 PM   #2
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Hi I've used Coelan for the last 8 years, This is our cockpit;


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Welcome--it looks live you've pulled up an old post to answer. Thanks. If anyone has questions for you, they can contact you via the PM system here. Please don't post your email address. I took your facebook photo link and hosted the photo on Flickr. Please do use a public photo hosting service to host photos that you share here on the Forum. Not everyone is part of Facebook and the link to FB doesn't help our community here.

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Coelan is very good and long lasting but it is not easy to apply and is expensive. Also once you open the tin you need to use it up as soon as possible since it will set in the tin.
Having said that I would not use anything else!
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