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Posted on Any advice for me on my deck

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#1 posted 06-06-2012 08:34 PM

hello, first step is to use a stripper. Since you are working with wood, the next step is then sanding your deck untill all spots and dirt are gone. While sanding you clear the greyed out layer and the natural wood color comes back. Then how to stain you deck you can find in this link. Here is also a video showing you exactly which tools to use and how to stain. Good staining!
PS: use stainless steel srews in order to prevent your wood from ‘bleeding’ and in order to maintain your natural color of your wood use UV filtering stain only!

-- Marcos Villamontes, Santa Cruz, http://www.roquevalente.com


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