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Brightwork product

Jan 25, 2011
2,223
S2 11.0A Anacortes, WA
It is evidently a combination of tung and linseed oil with some other treatments. Rather than try to state everything, access american tar and rope website. Local shipwright recommends..
 
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Apr 8, 2010
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Ericson Yachts Olson 34 28400 Portland OR
Sounds interesting. For your boat? Interior or exterior?
 

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Jun 4, 2004
83
Freedom 30 Victoria, BC
I use it and like it. More like varnish than straight oil. It's fairly soft, so it's flexible. Goes on easily. Apparently used by the French navy.
 
Feb 27, 2004
167
Hunter 335 North East, MD
On the tall ship I volunteer on we use a combination of penetrol and mineral spirits on blocks that we scrape and sound down to bare wood. 3 Coats of 100% penetrol- then 4 coats of 75% penetrol and 25% mineral spirits. If we want it really shiny we finish with 75% spar varnish and 25% mineral spirits. The wood is not teak though
 
Aug 28, 2006
493
Bavaria 35E seattle
I haven't used it myself, but have read positive reviews for ease of use and longevity.