I would appreciate anyone giving me advice on, or directing me to another thread on the topic of, re-caulking a teak deck. I have a number of areas, mostly on the sidedeck, where the caulking (sikaflex) is standing proud, or even separating completely from the groove between the teak planks. The wood is mostly still OK, and I really do not want to strip the deck right back, at this time. But I would like to repair the areas where the caulking is not good, and cure a few slight leaks. There are also some screwheads showing, and these may also be a possible point of ingress, so these will need to be removed, re-drilled, and re-plugged at the same time. The cost of repairing, or renovating, the deck is obviously going to be much less than replacing it altogether, but I want to be sure I do it correctly, and that I am not wasting my money..? All advice will be much appreciated. PS. The bowsprit that I replaced last year came out beautifully, and compliments the deck perfectly..!