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Meguiar's M4616 Marine/RV Gold Teak Oil - 16 oz.

4.4 out of 5 stars 176 customer reviews
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  • Protects teak and rejuvenates the rich natural golden wood colors
  • Prevents drying out of wood from exposure to the elements
  • Great for bulkheads, hatch covers, swim steps, guard rails and decking
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Brand Meguiar's
Item Weight 12 ounces
Product Dimensions 1.5 x 3.8 x 8.5 inches
Item model number M4616
Manufacturer Part Number M4616

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ASIN B0000BX6RG
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4.4 out of 5 stars 176 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #92,921 in Automotive (See top 100)
#664 in Automotive > Replacement Parts > Filters > Oil Filters & Accessories > Oil Filters
Shipping Weight 12 ounces
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available August 18, 2006

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Meguiar's M4616 Gold Teak Oil protects teak, rejuvenating the rich, natural golden wood colors. Prevents drying out of wood from exposure to the elements. Great for bulk heads, hatch covers, swim steps, guard rails and decking.

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This is pretty impressive oil. I found it difficult to find locally which is why I ordered it online. We used it on all of our outdoor teak furniture and it immediately brought the color back to the original finish. It does have an odor so you have to be careful on using it on indoor furniture. This oil is very durable and lasts a long time if applied correctly.
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This teak oil does exactly what it is supposed to do - if you are unfamiliar with teak oil, be advised that it is not a varnish - it is an oil treatment that must be re-applied regularly to the wood. It is a beautiful protectant against drying out, but will not permanently change the color of the wood, and it is absorbed. I use it monthly on the teak flooring and benches of my shower and once or twice a year on my redwood outdoor furniture. I am delighted with the results.
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This product uses cheap linseed oil instead of Virgin Tung Oil like Star brite Premium Golden Teak Oil.

It is also an all-in-one product, meaning it doesn't clean as well as a standalone cleaner or oil as well as a standalone oil.

I love Meguiar's and use their car care products almost exclusively on my cars, but this is one product I cannot recommend from them.
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Did I miss something in the product specs? Nope, there weren't any. I thought I was buying teak oil, not finish. This may be good protection for outdoor furniture but is too sticky for indoor furniture. Has a strong smell from the additives.
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I have had this table set (6 chairs and a large table) out on my deck in full sun, and (it was new this summer)but did grey a little as you can see, (I posted a picture where I finished part of the table) and as thirsty as the wood was, I just did 1 coat in the area pictured and it seems like that is all it will need, I am applying it with a horse hair brush, and it is saving the product, the convenient squirt top lid is a big help too. (The area done in the picture I used close to a 1/4 of a 16 oz. bottle) I bought two bottles, may be able to get the set done with that, but I am ordering another bottle just in case, so far I am pleased, this set will be going into storage soon, I might do a review when I bring it back out to show how well this product works.

I WANT TO ADD A FEW DAYS AFTER APPLYING THE TEAK OIL THE PRETTY SHEEN SHOWN IN THE PICTURE (HALF OF MY TABLETOP WAS COATED) IT WENT BACK TO LOOKING THE WAY IT USED TO, GRANTED THIS SET IS ONLY 2-3 MOTHS OLD, SO i WILL NOT BE BUYING ANOTHER BOTTLE OF THIS TO FINISH THE SET, GOING TO LOOK INTO OTHER OPTIONS, GOING TO POST THE PIC OF MY TABLESET A FEW DAYS LATER FOR YOU TO SEE, AND THE PICS ARE DATED SO YOU CAN SEE HOW LONG IT LASTED :(
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I was very disappointed at the quality of this oil. It comes in a smaller bottle than what you purchase at the local hardware store, so although it is priced less, it is not such a good deal. The oil is thinner than anything I have seen before, so it goes on easy, but it does not last on the the furniture, and therefore, does not protect it from the elements, not even short term. I needed to reapply it each week! I finally gave in, bought the more expensive, local hardware store Teak Oil, and am happy with the once-a-month touch-up maintenance that it requires. Don't waste your money thinking you will save on this Teak Oil. It is not good quality and will cost you more time and work in the long run.
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See update below.
I've been putting polyurethane on this what I believe is eucalyptus wood. I'm fed up with it not lasting so I gave oil a try. I sanded my table down and put this on. Pictures attached are bare wood on right and oiled one left and other picture is fully complete with only 2 light coats. Will add another coat the following day. Thus far it's looking great and "wood" recommended.

*****Update****** 5 days after, wood seemed very bare and was definitely not getting any protection. I went another route and bought http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0000AYAAO?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00
Starbrite Tropical Teak Oil Natural Light which sealed and oiled up the wood real good. i have a review of that as well.
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Because there are some mystifying reviews of this product, I'm offering my take on it. First, for those who are looking for a product that can be used on furniture indoors, let me assure you that this one can be. In fact, it is the only thing I trust on my Stickley dining table. I not only use it on that, I use it on antiques/collectibles. Second, note that this is a treatment/polish, not a varnish. It sinks into the wood and, yes, it has to be applied periodically. It appears from at least one review that the person buying the product was expecting something like tung oil varnish. That is not what this is meant to do. It cleans, polishes, and nourishes the wood. It is not waxy like department store furniture polish. It's an oil. And it does a great job.
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