So one issue is varnished floors are very slippery - vastly increasing chances of a fall and injury when underway. The higher the gloss, the greater the risk of slipping. I use Djeks oil
once or twice a year. It seals
the floor and helps keep a nice looking sheen, without being slippery.
Also, to clean teak plywood
, try scrubbing down with any household detergent and abrasive sponge, then wipe/scrub down with acetone or plain old mineral,spirits. The idea is to lift
off the dirt and assorted boat oils, e.g. Clean the surface, without reducing the all to thin teak
laminate on the surface.