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Old 01-05-2018, 01:28 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by HopCar View Post
...Im no expert, but Id be inclined to try it with a router, not a saw.
Before I decided my teak was past rejuvenation and needed new teak I explored the router idea. Problem seemed to be securing the router to precisely recut the groove.
A screwdriver, maybe bent to create a scraper, might work, after running a blade down either side of the caulk. The degraded condition of the caulk may come in handy.
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