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Henry Bonilla

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Club SeaRay Members,

I hope this message finds you all well. My name is Henry, Director of Sales and Marketing at MariTeak, and you might recognize our name from the advertisements on your website or perhaps from our sister company, Global Ship Wrights. Last year in April 2022, we purchased Global Ship Wrights and since then, have evolved into MariTeak, where we pride ourselves on crafting top-tier teak tables, rocket launchers, and marine accessories.

We've been truly fortunate to engage with the SeaRay community, and the warmth and collaboration we've experienced have been second to none. It's our sincere hope that as time goes on, we can foster an even deeper connection with this incredible community. Our driving mission at MariTeak is not just to provide our customers with the best products, but to ensure that their entire experience with us is unparalleled. We aim to exceed expectations in terms of quality and keep our customers ecstatically happy.

Looking ahead, we're eager to further serve and grow with all of you at Club SeaRay. Your passion fuels ours, and we're committed to being your trusted partner on all nautical journeys. We are excited to connect with you, and if you have any questions, you can always call or text 727-439-2337 or email me at Henry@Mariteak.com. Additionally, we're here and available to chat on this forum! Wishing you calm seas ahead.

Warm regards, Henry from MariTeak.
 

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How are your tables finished?

Epoxy then urethane? Or some other method?

I have found that that works ok, but sometimes will cloud up down the road. I would hate to have that happen to a table I purchased.

Thanks.
 
BTW - Sweet Boat! Our tables go through about 4-5 Coats of Epoxy and then 2-3 Coats of a Premium Quality Automotive Grade Clear Coat.
 
BTW - Sweet Boat! Our tables go through about 4-5 Coats of Epoxy and then 2-3 Coats of a Premium Quality Automotive Grade Clear Coat.

Thanks.

I've read about using auto clear coat. That must hold up nicely. Very nice looking products you have. You should post a public link in your signature.
 

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