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Posted by BobF on June 8th, 1999 08:03 AM
In reply to refinishing weathered deck by Bruce on June 7th, 1999 03:49 PM [Go to top of thread]

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Treating the deck with a quality oil stain will slow down the splintering. Splintering is normal with pt lumber. You don't need to treat every year if you spend the $$ up front on a quality sealer. Use either Flood CWF-UV or Cabot stains. Both will give you at least 3 years of protection. Thompson's is parafin that needs to be reapplied every 3 months - avoid it.

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