Thanks for the feedack on Awlwood everybody. My Cetol is in good
condition....for now. I've said in previous posts that I would definitely
be amenable to switching to Awlwood. Cetol has been around for many years
now. I'm guessing that the folks at Awlgrip have figured out how to
produce a product that is better than Cetol.
Anybody know about compatibility? Can you put Awlwood over Cetol Gloss?
Hmmm. I might search for the answer to that.
Touche' 35-1 #83
On Feb 9, 2018 10:07 AM, "Frederick G Street via CnC-List" <
> Dennis — I did NOT do any sanding after the initial wood preparation;
> nothing between coats. The first coat of AwlWood is a colored or clear
> primer coat; apply with a rag, and let dry for twenty-four hours. The
> finish coats go on well with disposable foam brushes; thin coats, with a
> redcoat time of about two to four hours (maybe more with higher humidity).
> I did ten coats on everything (six handrails and four Dorade boxes) over
> two days.
> The finished results can be seen here: www.postaudio.net/webserver/
> — Fred
> Fred Street -- Minneapolis
> S/V Oceanis (1979 C&C Landfall 38) -- on the hard in Bayfield, WI :^(
> On Feb 9, 2018, at 10:43 AM, Dennis C. via CnC-List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> For me, the difference is in the sanding between coats. If you want
> really great varnish, you need to diligently sand between coats. Cetol
> does not require sanding between coats. Apllying a filler to the bare teak
> prior to varnish is another difference.
> Interested in results and experiences with Awlwood.
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