Semco Teak Sealer 1 Gallon Natural Color Finish Sealant Protector
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- Natural Color most popular for teak furnitures, it is a rich color that looks like new teak.
- Water-based, environment friendly teak finish, contains pigments, UV inhibitors moisture protection
- 1 gallon Coverage is approx 200 sqft for 1st coat or 400 sqft for the 2nd coat.
- Repels water without being slippery. Relieves the drudgery of constant teak maintenance.
- SEMCO TEAK TREATMENT is renowned for its outstanding durability and long lasting performance.
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SEMCO Teak Sealer: Size 1 Gallon. Natural Color - Our most popular among teak furniture clients, it is a rich color that looks like new teak, Long lasting natural looking protection. Lasts through the season and can be renewed without deep cleaning or stripping for years! Repels water without being slippery. Relieves the drudgery of constant teak maintenance. Known the world over as the best protection for teak.SEMCO TEAK TREATMENT is renowned for its outstanding durability and long lasting performance. Easy to apply and withstands staining, weathering and discoloring up to a year. A water-based, environmentally-friendly teak finish. It will slightly darken the shade of the wood and the more coats applied the greater the shine. Contains pigments, UV inhibitors, and moisture protection. Approximately Usage : Coverage is 200 square feet per gallon for the 1st coat and 400 square feet per gallon for the 2nd coat.
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UPDATE: Well, its July 2016 and the table and chairs were not recoated as they should have been several times by now. I am sorry that I put it on because I am not one to keep up on the maintenance. They look pretty bad right now. I think I would have been better off letting the teak table and chairs age naturally instead of sealing it. Since teak has its own natural oils that will rise to the surface as it ages it will have a natural weather resistance, but if you put a product on the wood then the pores are filled and the oils can't get to the surface so you lose that option. Now the furniture is greying (as it would have) but is very blotchy. I know that I was supposed to keep applying it, like twice a year, but sometimes there are just too many projects.