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Wood Tux on Pressure Treated Pine Deck

Posted by mulroy (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 11, 10 at 20:25

I just finished a deck using Woodrich Brand exterior wood restoration products with a fantastic result. I tried the new Amaretto color finish.

I have alot of experience with refinishing interior hard & softwood floors, and finishing my own picture frames. The Wood Tux is beautiful! The pigment quality, the luster - the PT Pine deck almost looks like an expensive hardwood.

Obviously, decks are an entirely different situation than inside, with UV, moisture, fungi, & use. This product is designed for that.

If anyone wants to see Before and After photos, let me know.


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RE: Wood Tux on Pressure Treated Pine Deck

Put some images on Flickr. Click "celtwheel's photostream"

1 - Before (Solid stain, bad condition, other layers underneath)
2 - Job in progress. Note quality of strip to bare wood
3 - Wood Tux on PTP
4 - same

Here is a link that might be useful: Flickr

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