In addtion to my woodworking hobby, I’m a boater. I have a boat with lots of teak and like most teak, it has a peeling finish that I’m about to re-do. One of the guys on the boating forum says that he’s had success by completely encapsulating teak in epoxy, then covering that with automobile clear coat. Does anyone think it’s really possible to encapsulate teak to the point where there would be no moisture intrusion to compromise the finish?
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