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Deck Stain

Posted by Patrick on December 1st, 1997 01:48 AM
In reply to Deck Stain by Bob Kincaid on October 18th, 1997 08:34 AM [Go to top of thread]

With my deck installation I counter-sunk all the deck
screws below the deck surface from 1/8 to 1/4 of an inch.
This allows me to rent a floor sander used on interior wood
floor's (not a drum sander, but hardwood floor one which has a
2foot by 1.5foot rectangle on it) to periodically sand the
deck (down to new) and re-apply stains. If your deck boards were
installed from the underside (screw-less)or on top with counter-sunk
screw's you can do this. If the screws are flush with the deck-board
surface I think your out of luck. Maybe bleaching you deck out with
deck cleaner (it's bleach anyway) with a power washer may give you
some luck.

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