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By Kyle Duffy (duffmangt) on Sunday, June 22, 2008 - 8:16 pm:    Edit Post Delete Post
how much would the wooden swim platform be for an 07 x2? our fiberglass one looked so good at first but its getting super scratched up already and its only half way through summer so next summer i want to get the wood one instead if its not crazy ridiculous
 
By \ (seven20) on Sunday, June 22, 2008 - 8:33 pm:    Edit Post Delete Post
www.mymastercraft.com you should be able to get one for less than 4 hundo there.
 
By Kyle Duffy (duffmangt) on Sunday, June 22, 2008 - 9:18 pm:    Edit Post Delete Post
awesome, ty...its the teak platform right? thats much cheaper than expected
 
By Andrew Davis (c640947) on Tuesday, June 24, 2008 - 8:30 am:    Edit Post Delete Post
the teak is hard to keep looking nice. when wet, it looks fine and unless the scratch is more of a gouge, it looks good. but after a year or so, when dry it looks awful. I used to teak mine quite a bit, but still couldn't win.

that being said my next one will have teak though too. i just like it better.

 
By Matt (duckguy) on Wednesday, June 25, 2008 - 11:04 pm:    Edit Post Delete Post
To bad your not closer I have one in the wrap I will let go for cheap.
 
By 1boarder_kevin (1boarder_kevin) on Thursday, June 26, 2008 - 10:42 am:    Edit Post Delete Post
sounds crazy, but a couple times a year when when you get back from the river, put borax detergent on the platform and use a stiff brisle brush to scrub it. It cleans it quickly and doesn't bleach it. Let it dry for a day and then put teak oil on it. You can keep your teak looking good for roughly 30 min of work.
 
By J Whelan (kneeboarder8806) on Thursday, June 26, 2008 - 11:28 am:    Edit Post Delete Post
if it gets bad, but not too bad you can take some steel wool and scrub it really well and then oil it and it will look as good or better than new. that what i did to ours and it looks super nice.
 
By Bruce Mac (brucemac) on Thursday, June 26, 2008 - 1:18 pm:    Edit Post Delete Post
use brass wool though because you may leave some steel behind in the grain and it will rust.
 

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