I have some honey tone Semco I want to use on my deck teak
. Seven months ago I stripped the eyebrows and dome other things with s heat gun and sanded it smooth. I did not strip the handrails as that was so much work
Since then the teak
I sanded went gray, i was find with that as I was debating what to treat it with, but finally saw another boat
with honey tone which was beautiful.
When i got the can of honey tone it said to use Semco 2- part cleaner prior to applying the protective coat. The instructions are a bit confusing. Does the first part of the two part cleaner strip all remaining protectors, including hardened varnish
? Or must I strip the handrails still with a heat gun or something else, then use part 2, which is also a neutralizer. Is part 1 of the cleaner just oxalic acid?
The instructions also mention waiting 2 weeks to apply it after sanding
new teak. What if I am just sanding
the grey off older teak? For that matter, will cleaners part 1 or 2 remove the gray from the teak? Or must I sand again?