Regardless, it is still cold here this Saturday morning and the boat yard was pretty quiet until afternoon. I ran into one guy who came over from Chicago to work on his boat. Our marina has a lot of boat owners from out of state due to the high cost of keeping a boat in the city. He said he is hoping tomorrow it will get warm enough for him to do his bottom paint. If the forecast is right he just might get lucky before he has to head back to the city.
The cold weather isn't going to interfere with any of my plans for the day. I started by cleaning the teak in preparation for varnishing. This time I used Meguiare's teak cleaner. It came with a pour out bottle top but I switched it out with a sprayer top. This made cleaning the teak toe rails a snap. Spritz on rub with a soft scrub brush and rinse off. It doesn't get easier than that. Then I gave the deck a light scrub down it was getting grimy from the boat yard dirt. I'll have clean it down and buff out the cabin top after I've finished trouncing boat yard dirt up and down the decks.