deck caulking , cream colour teak seams

Discussion in 'Materials' started by Maciej, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. Maciej
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    Maciej Junior Member

    I am looking for cream colour, Sika has no longer 290DC cream - only black.
    Do you know guys any brand that I should look for in Europe? thanks
     
  2. Herman
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    Herman Senior Member

    Check your private mail.

    I have cream, grey and black teak deck caulk available.
     
  3. Frosty

    Frosty Previous Member

    290 sticks it down 291 caulks it, bought white 2 days ago. But not for teak job.

    I would not have teak decks any more --never again --I hate them.

    Yeah looks good at the boat show and for 5 minutes after you bought it. well you know what I mean.
     
  4. Maciej
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    Maciej Junior Member

    I know 291 is white, but for seams is 290DC and this one is only black now.
    Customer wants to have it.
    thanks guys
     
  5. Frosty

    Frosty Previous Member

    I think I would be loosing my patience with customers that want stuff that dont exist, I would be saying.

    No sir I cant get it , I can't get it in blue or green either but I will fit what ever colour you bring to me.
     
  6. Maciej
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    Maciej Junior Member

    You are right but I used last year and if I can't get now I say so.
    Talking to customers is long story :)
    ty
     

  7. Herman
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    Herman Senior Member

    A quote for the white material is on its way, Maciej.

    I would be able to do it in green, blue or whatever colour you like, but at a minimum order quantity.

    If someone wants purple seams, I suggest using thin teak (4mm or so) and fill with epoxy. (been there, done that)
     
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