Originally Posted by brakauskas
How easy is the recoating? Do you have to sand between coats? Is it high gloss or more satin?
Think 'Thompson's Water
Sealer', the stuff from years ago people put on their outdoor wood decks.
No gloss, it's more like a stain, soaks into the wood. The more coats the more opaque as the pigment will sit on the surface.
Recoat - nothing to do but maybe clean the teak first if it's dirty. Make sure it's dry, I wait 24 hours after cleaning
, you don't want to trap water
under the sealer.
Put it on with a foam brush, wipe it off the caulk with an old rag. Any drips or splatters on the gelcoat
wipe off with a clean rag.
IMO, it's more of a deck
product than brightwork. Although they have a Clear Coat product you can put over the sealer, but I've never used it.