DD's topsides were polished and waxed already last autumn, so this saves quite a lot of time now in the spring. The plan is to wax the topsides once more (with a hard wax), but that is pretty straight-forward and quick job compared to the rubbing stage.
In general, Creeping Crack Cure is easy to apply. However, according to some internet discussions, the Creeping Crack Cure can leave nasty black spots on the teak, which may be impossible to clean later. Therefore, I cleaned all the spills instantly with a cloth and acetone. This quick action seemed to be sufficient and fortunately we did not have problem with teak turning to black. Also, it is wise to try to avoid the spills in the first place; an injection needle, which can be purchased from pharmaceutical store, helps a lot in accuracy of application.
Underside of the keel coated with epoxy primer