Teak takes care of itself if you give it time. The oils tend to push out stains etc. we bought a 42 this summer, the decks are fair , very few areas of raised grain, but very very dirty, and decks are very thin. So I’m taking a softer kinder approach to our cleaning, using Murphy’s oil soap and a string mop. At each washing, more dirt is expelled. We are not near saltwater yet( we bought her up in Alabama) but as soon as she is in clean salt water I’ll add salt baths to her maintenance schedule( moving her down to Pensacola this month). I like a soft tanish silver deck so I’m quite happy with this approach and hopefully the gentle handling will buy us a couple years before replacing.
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