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SEMCO Teak Sealer

Natural-looking protection that lasts through the season

Seals and protects teak. A two-coat (wet-on-wet) initial application will generally last through the season. Can be renewed without deep cleaning or stripping. Offered in three colors: Clear, Goldtone and Natural.

  • Clear: Contains no pigment, looks like oil; not as weather resistant
  • Natural: Gives wood the golden-tan glow of slightly weathered teak
  • Goldtone: Gives wood the reddish-brown luster of freshly sanded teak
Customer Reviews
Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
Teak Sealer - Goldtone, Quart 516039 10124
In stock online.

$49.99

Teak Sealer - Goldtone, Gallon 128563 10134
In stock online.

$124.99

Teak Sealer - Natural, Quart 516047 10224
In stock online.

$49.99

Teak Sealer - Natural, Gallon 543371 10234
In stock online.

$124.99

Teak Sealer - Clear, Quart 543405 10324
In stock online.

$49.99

Teak Sealer - Clear, Gallon 543413 10334
In stock online.

$124.99

Product Description

Natural-looking protection that lasts through the season

Seals and protects teak. A two-coat (wet-on-wet) initial application will generally last through the season. Can be renewed without deep cleaning or stripping. Offered in three colors: Clear, Goldtone and Natural.

  • Clear: Contains no pigment, looks like oil; not as weather resistant
  • Natural: Gives wood the golden-tan glow of slightly weathered teak
  • Goldtone: Gives wood the reddish-brown luster of freshly sanded teak

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4.9

(based on 16 reviews)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy clean-up (10)
  • Durable (8)
  • Repels water (8)
  • Color retention (7)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Wood surfaces (13)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Cruiser (8), Perfectionist (5)

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5.0

Excelent

By Captain carlos

from Haulover park . Florida

About Me Cruiser

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Antifouling properties
  • Durable
  • Excellent gloss

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Wood surfaces

    Comments about Teak Sealer:

    Excellent product

     
    4.0

    good stuff

    By ted

    from cruising

    About Me Cruiser

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy clean-up
    • Repels water

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Wood surfaces

      Comments about Teak Sealer:

      Goes on very easy

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Stop wondering what to use, use this!

      By Daniel

      from Fullerton, Ca

      About Me Trailerboater/Angler

      Pros

      • Easy clean-up
      • Repels water

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Wood surfaces

        Comments about Teak Sealer:

        After thorough researching how to best maintain my outdoor Teak Furniture, I settled on this Product, and it didn't let me down!
        Cleaning the furniture was time consuming, as I had waited too long, but once cleaned, the SemCo went on easily, I chose to use a foam brush. You MUST stir the product between every couple of brush strokes, you can say it on, but I didn't have a suitable area for spraying. The Color is accurate, and the sealer is WAY better than oil.
        There is a Clear that I am going to Apply to the table Tops only soon, I will let you know how that works.

         
        5.0

        Semco Teak Sealer

        By 27' Catalina owner

        from Dana Point Harbor

        About Me Classic boat owner

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Remove Varnish-Easy Apply

        Cons

        • overspray Stains Gelcoat

        Best Uses

        • Wood surfaces

        Comments about Teak Sealer:

        The hard part is getting the varnish removed from your teak...after that, this low maintenance program using the Semco Teak Sealer is superior to maintaining varnished teak. You sacrifice the gloss of varnish, but worth the trade off on maintenance of your teak.

         
        5.0

        Best in class

        By JC

        from SF Bay

        About Me Perfectionist

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Color retention
        • Durable
        • Easy clean-up
        • Repels water

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Wood surfaces

          Comments about Teak Sealer:

          If you have teak in your boat,you must use this product or you are watong your time. Easy for the do it your self type and good enough for the professional

           
          5.0

          Gold stain

          By Jbb

          from Newport Beach

          About Me Perfectionist

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Color retention
          • Durable
          • Easy clean-up
          • Excellent gloss
          • Repels water

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Wood surfaces

            Comments about Teak Sealer:

            Recommend this product to everyone

             
            5.0

            Satisfied

            By Rusty

            from Wisconsin

            About Me Perfectionist

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Color retention
            • Durable
            • Easy clean-up
            • Repels water

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Reinforcing and coating
              • Wood surfaces

              Comments about Teak Sealer:

              I was very pleased with this product. The coverage went a long way. The product was easy to apply with even coverage

              (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Freed from teak slavery

              By Ulysses

              from Seattle, WA

              Pros

              • Quick Easy No Sanding

              Cons

              • Will Stain Gelcoat

              Best Uses

                This stuff is great! I was cautious at first but I've been using the honey color on the teak of my boat (caprail, coamings, hand rails, and companion way) for two years now and love it. It won't give you that shiny, beautiful, dock queen look, but it WILL FREE YOU FROM YOUR TEAK, while keeping your teak healthy and protected from the sun.

                Think of it like really uniformly colored light-grey teak that isn't grey, but freshly-sanded looking instead. The teak doesn't grey because it is protected from the sun, and algae and mold won't grow on it either, so it doesn't darken or get spots.

                After a few base coats, you just need to apply a coat in the spring, and one in the fall to keep your teak looking healthy and nice. It is a really quick job that I don't loathe anymore. You just brush on another coat. No sanding or other prep. Don't use tape, just follow with a rag and a little acetone if necessary.

                The truth is, most boats on the dock with varnish or cetol having peeling, worn, or chipped spots (you can verify this yourself very easily). Varnish and cetol are difficult to do properly, so most boats end up with a blotchy look. If your's doesn't, congratulations, you should keep doing it!

                So, that said, while properly maintained varnish or cetol look fabulous, teak sealer does not look *fabulous*, but it looks *really good* and never looks spotty unless you aren't even willing to spend a couple hours on it a year. In that case, just let your teak go grey, or get rid of it.

                Even though I know this sounds like an advertisement or something, I have no relationship with Semco. My ONLY connection to this product is that I think it is great, so I'm doing my part to spread the word so that it stays around and I can keep using it.

                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Great Natural Look

                By Kathy the Teak Furniture Maintainer

                from Surry, VA

                About Me Teak Furniture Maintainer

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Color retention
                • Easy clean-up
                • Natural Looking

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Wood surfaces

                  Comments about Teak Sealer:

                  We have about 80 teak furniture pieces on the property I manage and the homeowners like a very natural look. After sanding, we used the West Marine One Step Teak Cleaner and Brightener, which did a great job and later applied two quick coats of the Semco Teak Sealer in Natural. The sealer did not significantly darken or change the color of the teak and was very easy to apply and clean up. I hope that it will last the summer season well and that in the future, we will only need to clean and apply one coat of sealer to maintain our furniture. We do store it out of the weather during the off season. So far we are very pleased with the look.

                  (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Wood work is no longer a major chore

                  By GT

                  from Sidney, BC

                  About Me Cruiser

                  Verified Reviewer

                  Pros

                  • Easy clean-up
                  • Easy to use
                  • Fast Application
                  • No Long Wait Between Coat

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Wood surfaces

                    Comments about Teak Sealer:

                    I have used Cetol, varnish, teak oil and even a 2-part epoxy finish, and Semco beats them all for ease of use and durability. It can be applied with a piece of clean cloth and I can do two coats on my 35' sailboat's caprails, dorades and cockpit in under an hour. Clean up between twice yearly applications is soap and water and a kitchen scrub pad. It doesn't glow like varnish, but if you simply want your woodwork to look good and perform this is the product. The only con is a smell like sheep lanolin that lasts for a couple of days, but after that it is odorless.

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