|This is what the varnish on Journey’s rail|
currently looks like.
|Scraped, stripped, sanded, taped and ready to Cetol. Pretty wood!|
We are there…. In this case, St. Thomas, Charlotte Amalie.
|Before and after…. The shiny part is Cetoled; the part before it|
is on our upcoming project list to scrape, strip, sand, tap
We are sanding and refinishing Journey’s lovely teak trim. We started with the bump rails, exterior grab rails and eyebrows, We refinished them in Cetol, as we will the varnish in the photo on the left. Our cockpit dining table, combings (little cockpit glove compartments of sorts) and companionway cover we’ll varnish. Cetol is easier to maintain, varnish is prettier.