How to renovate teak to look like new
In our latest video, Rupert Jessett from KJ Howells talks us through how to renovate old teak so that it looks like new again. The company have been based at our Cobb's Quay Marina in Poole since 1987, providing bespoke carpentry services and the supply of fine quality teak, wood and solid surface products to the yachting and marine community.
Rupert has been a professional yacht skipper for the last 25 years and has a deep personal knowledge of yacht refitting, deck fitting and maintenance.
The teak cleaner and teak renovator shown in the video are not harmful to aquatic life or the marine environment. Test results show that the two products quickly turn into harmless salts after use. Avoid cleaning on grass or other sensitive areas but concrete and tarmac are two suitable surfaces to clean on.