Deck Revival Tips.
Remember how great your deck looked when it was new? Well, you can restore that look with a new finish. The basic process is simple: Remove the old finish with a chemical stripper, wash the wood with a cleaner (often called a "brightener") and apply a new finish, which may be a stain, sealer or waterproofer. You’ll spend at least eight hours on this project, spread over a couple days. Here are some tips for faster, better results.
Strip and refinish to make the wood look like new.
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