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  • #31
    Originally posted by JohnnyB
    Is it slippery? I followed the TMCNo1 progressive sanding and oiling method and wound up with an awesome looking platform (hi grade furniture quality!!) However, it was almost hazardous to stand on it was so slick. I wound up resanding with coarse sandpaper and re-oiling.
    I followed TMCNo1's technique last year and this year and both times turned out great. I figured it would be very slippery but it is not.
    Boatless 'til I get out of school.

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    • #32
      Teak I new there was something missing!
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      MasterCraft /MariStar OEM Decals (1989 to 2001) for various models.
      Over 70 different decals to choose from!

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      • #33
        ^^^^^
        Sorry - cound't resist - I knew I would be able to use that picture (no swimplatform at some point).

        Here is mine - a little rough by TT standards though.
        Attached Files
        MasterCraft /MariStar OEM Decals (1989 to 2001) for various models.
        Over 70 different decals to choose from!

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        • #34
          Originally posted by MarkP
          ....................
          im with mark....
          1991 PROSTAR 190 Flagship Blue POWERSLOT OJ XMP CNC 13.7x17.5 .110 4B
          A.K.A. One of a kind mistake
          2011 Best In Show- 1987-2000 class

          Trying to keep slalom alive

          Need a new prop to fit your needs? Call Eric from OJ PROPS 800-359-9730

          Originally posted by flipper
          "It's better to keep your mouth shut and let people think you are stupid, than to open it and prove it"?

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          • #35
            My teak is not worthy of posting at this point....after it warms up I will follow TMC01's advice.
            07 X star PWT edition
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            • #36
              Originally posted by JohnnyB
              Is it slippery? I followed the TMCNo1 progressive sanding and oiling method and wound up with an awesome looking platform (hi grade furniture quality!!) However, it was almost hazardous to stand on it was so slick. I wound up resanding with coarse sandpaper and re-oiling.

              If the platform is slick, it is because the teak oil is still wet and has not set up hard and is still just oil sitting on top. Trust me, if it has dried, it will not be slick, even with wax and furniture polish on it and I can say that after living with this platform I have for 18 years.
              Charter Member Number 1

              Quote: 2RLAKE,
              At some point in time people need to wake up, remove their cranial intrusion into their own rectal areas, and take responsibility for their own actions.




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              • #37
                I started the process last night. I will take some pictures when I am finished. I have to get some more teak oil to finish it up.
                A lake carries you into recesses of feeling otherwise impenetrable. ~William Wordsworth

                Funny, it's almost like ol' Wordsworth owned a Mastercraft!

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                • #38
                  Maybe these pics are the ones I should have shown,
                  Last edited by TMCNo1; 05-17-2007, 08:59 PM.
                  Charter Member Number 1

                  Quote: 2RLAKE,
                  At some point in time people need to wake up, remove their cranial intrusion into their own rectal areas, and take responsibility for their own actions.




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                  • #39
                    Or,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
                    Last edited by TMCNo1; 05-17-2007, 08:59 PM.
                    Charter Member Number 1

                    Quote: 2RLAKE,
                    At some point in time people need to wake up, remove their cranial intrusion into their own rectal areas, and take responsibility for their own actions.




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                    • #40
                      Or,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
                      Last edited by TMCNo1; 05-17-2007, 08:59 PM.
                      Charter Member Number 1

                      Quote: 2RLAKE,
                      At some point in time people need to wake up, remove their cranial intrusion into their own rectal areas, and take responsibility for their own actions.




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                      • #41
                        Where can I find the original post on sanding and oiling the platform? I wish mine looked as nice as the ones you guys have posted!

                        Educate me..."get my learn on" :-)

                        KC

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by kentcunningham
                          Where can I find the original post on sanding and oiling the platform? I wish mine looked as nice as the ones you guys have posted!

                          Educate me..."get my learn on" :-)

                          KC

                          Kent, it's always in the FAQ forum, stickied at the top of General Discussion, here is the link to MasterCraft's article on my method. Just the basics will get you a 1st class platform finish.
                          http://www.tmcowners.com/teamtalk/at...1&d=1140472173
                          Last edited by TMCNo1; 03-03-2007, 06:44 PM.
                          Charter Member Number 1

                          Quote: 2RLAKE,
                          At some point in time people need to wake up, remove their cranial intrusion into their own rectal areas, and take responsibility for their own actions.




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                          • #43
                            okay, im sick now.
                            everytime i see that teak, i droll.......
                            1991 PROSTAR 190 Flagship Blue POWERSLOT OJ XMP CNC 13.7x17.5 .110 4B
                            A.K.A. One of a kind mistake
                            2011 Best In Show- 1987-2000 class

                            Trying to keep slalom alive

                            Need a new prop to fit your needs? Call Eric from OJ PROPS 800-359-9730

                            Originally posted by flipper
                            "It's better to keep your mouth shut and let people think you are stupid, than to open it and prove it"?

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by TMCNo1
                              Or,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
                              F---ing show off!!!!!!!! Luv ya man!
                              http://weathersticker.wunderground.c.../Brunswick.gif

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by TMCNo1
                                Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, did it again,
                                Truth be known, this platform HAS NOT been sanded and re-oiled since May of 2003. 4 years ago! Only the occasional application of Meguiar's #16 paste wax and/or Pledge Furniture Polish. I will redo it this spring when the weather warms up!
                                WHY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!???????????????? You bored?
                                http://weathersticker.wunderground.c.../Brunswick.gif

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