Originally Posted by squarerigger
4. Use Starbright teak
sealer. It seems this stuff has lots of iron oxide as a UV filter. The surface has an unnatural yellow tinge and grows brittle and fails with much UV, rendering the necessity to bleach the decks frequently, which also destroys the wood
We have used the starbrite three step on our teak
before and it works great, but it doesn't last long. And if you don't oil
consistently, the places that oil
runs out over time will discolor differently than the spots that still have oil, leaving a very splotchy ugly mess of the teak.
I was thinking this time of switching to the Snappy Teak-Nu. Anyone have any experience with this over the starbrite by chance?