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Old 03-13-2008, 06:01 PM   #1
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There was a light dew this morning and the dry area on the foredeck is from where the dinghy was sitting.Click image for larger version

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I just wanted to share with everyone what a wonderful product Semco is for maintaining teak decks. We installed the decks about five years ago now. We didn't discover Semco till just 3 years ago. As such we have wear from over cleaning the teak for the first several years. Since the application of the Semco 3 times now, the teak looks wonderful year round with minimal effort.

We lightly scrub at the begining of each season and apply #3 Honey Tone. I can't say enough good things about this product. Without a doubt the best thing that has happened to teak decks in a long time.

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