Last year, I stripped down my teak
cap rail and applied 7 coats of Interlux
Perfection Plus varnish
. It's held up pretty well, especially considering that our boat
has spent most of the time since in tropical climates.
However, it's time to add a couple of coats and the local chandlery
can't get the Perfection Plus in a timely manner and we have no address to ship it to if we were to order it on line.
I was able to buy a quart of Epifanes varnish
and I'm tempted to add a couple of coats of that to the base of Perfection Plus. Has anyone done this before? The data sheet on the Perfection Plus says it's resistant to chemicals, fuels, etc - how could the Epifanes damage it?
Thanks for taking the time to ponder this and reply.
Fair winds and calm seas.