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Hi sailors tips and trix dufour

Discussion in 'Dufour' started by Jonas Jojo, Mar 1, 2016. Add this thread to a FAQ

  1. Jonas Jojo

    Jonas Jojo

    Joined Mar 1, 2016
    2 posts, 0 likes
    Dufour 32 Classic
    Sw Malaren
    Hi I got some handy trix to shear
    Sadly I can't post specific photos

    In my album you can find my latest starting panel protection aside other project I got started

    It's made from a rain protecting car sterio hatch found on eBay for 12 US dollar

    I cut it in half and drill some hole in it and seal it whit sikaflex

  2. Ralph Johnstone

    Ralph Johnstone

    Joined Jan 4, 2006
    2,449 posts, 281 likes
    Hunter H-310
    CA West Vancouver, B.C.
    Welcome to the site Jonas,
    Looks like you've done some interesting projects. I'd like to see your write up on re-finishing your teak work. If you take a look through the Owner Resources/Downloads, you'll get an idea of how others have posted projects.
    Don't be a stranger to this site. Nice to have you aboard.

  3. 51RD55


    Joined Jul 13, 2015
    99 posts, 11 likes
    Hunter 31
    CA Toronto
    You've done a great job...everything looks brand new! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Jonas Jojo

    Jonas Jojo

    Joined Mar 1, 2016
    2 posts, 0 likes
    Dufour 32 Classic
    Sw Malaren
    To restore the teak to like new I use a product named snappy teak
    It's a 2 stage product stage one the first product is brushed and like magic teak look like new in seconds
    Then rinse whith fresh water let dry and aply the second product and the teak looks stay for months to come
    And best thing is that this works time after time

    Regards jonas straka

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