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Old 09-11-2016, 10:25 AM   #21
City: East Lyme
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Vessel Name: Au Naturel
Vessel Model: Albin 36 Trunk Trawler
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Not sure if others on this list have this document. It is a schematic of the wiring for the gauges at the helm for the Ford Lehman on my Albin.
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Old 09-11-2016, 10:56 AM   #22
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Varnish lifts from teak because oils or water give off vapor under the greenhouse effect of a clear coat in the sun. The vapor pressure can be very high in small spots.

Water getting to the wood on the inside of trim or underneath cap rails may wick towards the surface. All the prep in the world won't stop the process; eventually the coating will fail. Oils OTOH allow the wood to breath but they have their own problems.

If you want to paint teak some varnish first coats will make removing the paint later easier.

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