I am in the process of doing my brightwork and am using Honey Teak
after much research
. It was developed by a guy working with Bristol Finish but they split because Tom (of Honey Teak) thought the product needed more UV protection. It has been fairly easy to work with and looks great but ... There is a Hans Christianson in the marina that swears by it. He has a friend in Miami
that did his mast
in Honey Teak
and five years later it still looks great. We will see.