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Edward and Susan Crawford

I use Petit Flagship. I live in Ft. Lauderdale and have had great results. I just used Armada clear satin on my interior bullkheads and ordered two more quarts to finish the saloon(by the way follow the instuctions exactly) Sailorman carries it or can get it for a reasonable price, to bad it's not as good as the 4.95 I paid for the first two quarts. My dockmate (Perigrina another Westsail used it for exterior) although a lot better than Cetol but not nearly as nice as a good varnish. My exterior brightwork held up two years + with Flagship with a good sanding and a couple cover coats looks as good as new.(I should have done it after 6 months to a year but no time) I may be a bit predjudiced having had wood boats prior with lots of brightwork(makes the Westsail look like a clorax bottle) but there is no comparision to a nice varnish job

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