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PO(Moron) looks to have painted mine with shellac; been sanding most of morning. Off to Lowes for more sandpaper
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Originally posted by jterr jterr wrote:

PO(Moron) looks to have painted mine with shellac; been sanding most of morning. Off to Lowes for more sandpaper

John,
Why do you think it's shellac? If shellac, then denatured alcohol will dissolve it.


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Thanks Pete,
I will get some of that and try. The reason it is something other that Teak Oil is on the bottom it is really thinks along the edges as if it was put on think and ran over sides, kinda like when I put resin on wood. If that makes sense.
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John,
If the coating is thick, ran over the edges and formed thick areas then it's not shellac. More likely a oil based varnish or polyurethane.

BTW, many of us old guys go back 70 or 80 years and have the tendency to call any coating on wood "shellac"


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Here 's Pics-
When I g0t boat

Today after some sanding


Pretty rough shape
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Well I started putting Teak oil on bottom and it soaked up my whole can. Just checked Lowes and it seems they now only have minwax teak oil, should it be ok to mix??
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John,
Yes, Minwax and Watco are compatible.


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Finished and drying
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Looks good!
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John,
Big difference!


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