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Amazon Golden Teak Oil Customer Questions and Answers

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I have a new Sanderling. The teak has been oiled. I'd like to varnish over the teak. Is this possible?

Asked on 08/13/2013 by Undisclosed

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If you want to varnish it you should remove the oil with a teak cleaner first and let it dry thoroughly...

Answered on 08/13/2013 by NARDI JAMES
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I am sorry that I can't be of more help. I would suggest reaching out to someone who does furniture refinishing. I used the Teak Oil and it soaked in nicely. I have not had any problem keeping the original look/feel of my wood as long I use teak oil 2x a yr min.

Answered on 08/13/2013 by ROBIN FOLKERTH

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No. Teak has to breath. With the oil in the teak the varnish will turn white in one season.

Answered on 08/13/2013 by JOHN ZIELEN

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You can varnish over teak oil. I recommend Epifane's varnish it is the best!

Answered on 08/13/2013 by RCW RCW

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I don't know. I'm not sure why you want to varnish the teak. Oiling seems to be a far smarter choice. Karen

Answered on 08/13/2013 by KAREN FONTAINE

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I would not varnish the teak. It would end up pealing and flaking off and look worse than just leaving it natural. This is due to the fact that teak wood has a high amount of silica in its fibers giving its natural ability to not rotting. I know cleaning teak and then oiling takes a bit of effort but it is the only way to keep it looking as close to its natural state as possible. I hope this helps.

Answered on 08/13/2013 by SCOTT WALCHLI
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i have four teak patio chairs a bench and table.......how much teak oil to you figure i will need to refinish my furniture?

Asked on 07/23/2012 by Undisclosed

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A quart will be plenty and you should have some left over. I used 1/2 quart to refinish a dining room table and a California king teak sleigh bed.

Answered on 07/24/2012 by RCW RCW
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You will not need a gallon for two coats. But you will need to maintain the coatings. I've never bought less than a gallon. I do transfer it into a jar that I can get a foam brush into and carry around easily. A gallon could last you for a few years.

Answered on 07/25/2012 by THEODORE BECK

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It has been a while since I used this but I remember if the furniture is dry it will use a lot more oil. Seems like I used one bottle on a table that I was refinishing.

Answered on 07/26/2012 by BRIAN SIMS

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I bought 32oz. bottles of Teak Cleaner, Prep, and Oil for our two teak Adirondack chairs and small table. This turned out to be MORE than enough. I think the same quantity should work for you as well.

Answered on 07/24/2012 by DAVID ROTHFUSS

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I would guestimate about a quart.

Answered on 07/24/2012 by RICHARD HILL

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1 quart is more than sufficient.....apply lightly....be sure furniture is cleaned first.

Answered on 07/24/2012 by NARDI JAMES
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I have teak salad bowls - can this be used on items that are used for eating?

Asked on 05/22/2012 by Undisclosed

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This is a fantastic product. Unfortunately, I think its best used on boats and dock furniture. Your best bet is to use a product design specifically designed for butcher blocks and other wooden items commonly found in the kitchen. Bon appetit!

Answered on 05/24/2012 by CARIBIANA SEA SKIFFS ATTN: BRIAN KROME
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Don"t know. I've used it for years on teak wood used on my boats. I don't know if it's safe for eating utinsels.

Answered on 05/23/2012 by THEODORE WERCH

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I would say not. On the label it states that it contains petroleum distillates and also says it is harmful if swallowed.

Answered on 05/23/2012 by RICHARD HILL

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Good question. I don't know if Teak Oil is is compatible with food serving products. However, I would opt for something a little safer, such as canola oil.

Answered on 05/23/2012 by WILLIAM RADDI
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What does this product contain?

Asked on 06/04/2014 by Undisclosed

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Unfortunately all the bottle says is natural oils and petroleum distillates. Frankly, I was unimpressed with the final look of this product and will not purchase another bottle.

Answered on 06/05/2014 by EUGENE GOODMAN
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I assume just teak oil...no further knowledge

Answered on 06/04/2014 by CLYDE SELIG

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According to the MSDS Amazon Golden Teak Oil sheet(found at Jamestown Distributors product site), this oil is composed of dehydrated castor oil and white mineral oil. Other info related to toxicity and precautions are there for further info.

Answered on 06/04/2014 by M A
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what is the difference between GTO 125, 150, and 175?

Asked on 03/04/2016 by Undisclosed

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It is just the size if the bottle.

Answered on 03/04/2016 by D.J. Powers
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I don't know. I used the oil on teak furniture.

Answered on 03/04/2016 by ELLEN WEINBERG
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do i need to clean, oil and seal my graying wood teak chairs to get the best finish?

Asked on 08/21/2013 by Undisclosed

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It depends. Some people prefer to let the wood naturally patina to grey while others prefer the golden brown finish. You will need to lightly sand and seal your chairs if your teak has greyed if you want to bring back the golden colors.

Answered on 08/21/2013 by M A
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The process is actually clean, brighten, and oil. The oil acts as the sealer for a year or two. Sometimes on my teak swim platform it just needs the cleaning and the oiling, but you have to judge the look of the wood after the cleaning. If you want a more lasting finish, the recommended procedure is clean the wood with acetone to remove all oil. Then give it 3 coats of clear epoxy (West System works great), followed by 3 coats of Interlux Perfection 2-part varnish. I did my anchor pulpit this way and only had to touch up the top coats of varnish after 6 years with a light sanding and fresh coat of varnish. I don't do this process on the swim platform because it would make it too slippery. Hope this helps...good luck.

Answered on 08/21/2013 by BRUCE STEWART
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I am cleaning a teak wood floor. How much oil do I need for a 18' x 25' floor in better than average condition?

Asked on 10/21/2014 by Bruce Arrant

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I used the oil on outdoor wood furniture of high quality. I'm sorry that I cannot give you a square footage estimate, but I will attest that the oil was the best product I ever used.

Answered on 10/21/2014 by DONNA SAVOIE
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What are the ingredients of this product? How much oil and what kind solvents, polyurethanes? What makes it environmentally safe" Any UV, mold or water protection?

Asked on 02/22/2012 by Undisclosed

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I bought this thinking I could use it on my Teak furniture. Turns out it is designed to be used on the wood on boats. I gave it to my friend who has a boat. Not suitable for furniture in the home.

Answered on 02/22/2012 by ELIZABETH O'LAUGHLIN
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does this oil change the color of the teak? i have reclaimed teak flooring and would like to preserve its natural color...

Asked on 10/12/2011 by Kelly Chan

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Kelly, We used it on teak outdoor benches. After cleaning the benches and allowing them to dry we used the Amazon Teak Oil. I think the benches looked exactly like they did when they were new and I would say it did not change the original color of the bench. Of course in our case they were dirty & weathered from being outside so they looked very different after we were done than from when we started. I think it is a good product.

Answered on 10/13/2011 by JEAN RAO
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