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Posted on Need some advice on finishing an Adirondack

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#1 posted 12-04-2012 11:37 PM

They will be okay if you don’t leave them out in the direct sun or other places that get harsh weather. They will get dirty and the dirt will work into the pours. Some surfaces may need to be sanded next year. Mold will also be a discoloration issue. I have what I didn’t sell last year in my shed under plastic so I’m hoping they will still look good.

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