coelan I meant add ive had it on my 1938 Chris-craft for the past 8 years but it is mahogany not teak. In any event it has held up brilliantly and where there has been abrasion damage or cuffs, it has has been very easy to repair. FYI Coelan has amazing stretch capabilities .. i wont go as far as to say its a miracle product but it has been brilliant for me whereas traditional oil based vanish coatings have not> It is however VERY expensive and not the easiest to apply on vertical surfaces. Also, you must use the Coelan thinners and primers . Forgot to mention that somewhat weirdly, the gloss version is a very good non-slip finish (eg for my Chris-Craft's varnished deck) whereas the matt version is like ice.