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Old 08-31-2016, 09:10 PM
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Lightbulb How to stain a deck - steps

Hello,

I staining my deck.

I got many pictures during the projects.


Steps ---> Staining a deck




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Old 09-01-2016, 12:10 AM
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Looks nice.

When I worked construction we'd apply stain and sealer to decks and fences with a pump up garden sprayer. You need to watch for wind and mask things to protect from over-spray. But it puts on a nice even coat and you don't waste near as much. It also goes very quickly. We would spray an area and then brush it in with a big 4" paint brush (smaller to to get in tight spots) and also sometimes would back roll it with a roller to help even out and push it into the grain.
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Default Very timely!

This comes at a very good timing for us. We're just working on staining/sealing the deck at our new cabin. Thanks for the useful tips.
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Thumbs up Exactly what I was looking for!!!

Thanks. Been needing to do my deck for some time now and this is exactly what I needed to see so I can get my butt moving on it tomorrow!
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