Use teak cleaner... I find sanding will eventually lead to exposed screws... which isn't good for boards. If you keep algae off it, it won't be slick...
I have sanded and pressure washed before... Neither is great for it I don't think. Now I just oil the heck out of it, let it soak up. When I finally see that it hasn't soaked in in about an hour, I wipe the excess off, let it dry overnight and good to go. I've gotten some on the cover before but it hasn't hurt anything. Never seen it on the carpet, white seats, or wakeboard boots. Have felt it on my feet but haven't seen it anywhere... so don't worry about tracking it. Just wipe the excess off after it has soaked in thoroughly and you will be good to go! If it is dry, you might use close to half that amount of oil. Let her eat!
Last edited by wakebordr11; 06-13-2013 at 9:51 PM.