I'm refinishing the hatches on my BCC, and they are teak
strips laid up to look like deck
, with seam compound between the planks. There is a plywood
base underneath it all.
I'm considering filling the seams with epoxy/graphite, and doing away with flexible caulk, which is by nature of its flexibility is bound to put cracks in my varnish
over time. I don't need the non-skid benefits of flexible caulk, and I want to varnish
Any one have any good reasons why I shouldn't do this with epoxy/graphite?
is ready to be filled...