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Old July 26th 03, 04:22 AM
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Default clean up teak?

A little bit of 0000 steel wool, teak oil and elbow grease will do wonders

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We have teak furniture, some solid, some veneer. My wife does the
cleaning and polishing. I believe she just uses teak oil.
My Question
Over time some of the pieces have picked up light marks, like cup
rings. And one has some heavier marks and scratches. I'd like to clean
them then reapply the teal oil.
Any suggestions what to use to for the light & heavy cleaning?

thanks in advance

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