Cleaning teak with my Lynn⚓️Sea linseed oil soap

Here is a brief video showing how easy it is to clean your Teak with my Linseed oil soap. My soap is made with organic flax seed oil. The soap is great for everything you want to clean! Here is a link to my Etsy page

Bottom is sanded to gel coat/epoxy layer!!

Big thanks to my friend Hank for coming out last weekend to help me finish the removal of bottom paint on our S2 11 Meter! It’s been a long time coming almost two months. It’s been a monumental task netting a fresh canvas for a new bottom to our boat. We fixed our rudder as well removing the water and filling the small crack and weep holes. Here is a photo of us on the end of sanding day!!!

100 Hrs In, One Week To Go

I’ve been working on our S2 for about a hundred hours now removing all the paint to the epoxy/gel coat layer. I have about a week left of paint removal! The paint stage will be fun, three coats of epoxy barrier paint follow by two coats of bottom paint. She will be very fast boat!!

Bottom continues for the S2 11 Meter!

If your looking for the ultimate full body workout just sand the bottom of your boat to the gel coat! It’s a humbling job which hopefully will pay off for many more years of sailing adventures! I knew it had to be done given our survey and I’m happy it’s a one time job at least for this vessel! After the bottom is stripped to the gel coat I’ll put three coats of epoxy barrier coats and a few coats of anti fouling paint. Well it’s back to grinding more to come.

Black Walnut Cheeseboards

Here are some new black walnut cheese boards coming to life. I just finished sanding and now oiling the pieces with raw linseed oil. Later to finish with a natural linseed oil wax. These pieces are very unique and make a great presentation for your favorite appetizers! Available at my Etsy shop NaturalEdgeTables

Deks Olje Test 1 year later!

I originally started using Deks Olje oil varnish last year on our front porch railing. The railing still looks like the day I did them. The front of our house faces due west strong DC sun most of the day. I thought this would be a good test area and I’m very pleased with the results and it’s true this varnish does not peal or crack like the standard film forming varnishes. The boats that I’ve done last year still look great with no sign of wear! Paired with cleaning with my Linseed oil soap once in a while makes a great routine for your brightwork!

Here are a few short clips showing how easy it is to use this soap. This soap works great to clean all your varnished wood especially your boats teak!!

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