I have Epifanes on my toe rail and coamings. I like it and have used it on this boat
for around six years. I am beginning to have some areas that need 'repaired' before a complete coat. Dents, dings, a bubble here, an edge lifting there, that kind of thing. So far that has been o.k.
I love the color of the teak
under the varnish
. It is light, like a honey colored. When I sand down to bare wood to remove damaged varnish
and coat again, the fresh teak
is darker than the rest so the repair shows.
Any ideas to get the teak color to match? It is almost as if the teak lightens under the varnish...
is a Tayana 48, and the teak is awesome. I have seen some T48s that have unvarnished toe rails. I really like the look of that too. Maybe it is time to take it down and let it dry out a bit?
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