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    Default sh on bare wood

    got a job coming up on tuesday and part of it is staining and sealing a wood patio cover... looks like the same wood you'd build a deck with.
    It's about 6 months old and hasnt been stain and sealed yet and before I do that, I'm gonna wash it because it has a small layer of dirt and mold.
    Is it ok to use 10% sh on this?
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    Our deck wash would be the product to use on this. It will also brighten the wood.

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    Just check your bbs out and signed up Steve. Looks like a great educational site. Looking forward to learning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Rucker View Post
    Just check your bbs out and signed up Steve. Looks like a great educational site. Looking forward to learning
    Thanks, It will grow as time goes and more people join and become active.

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    Just signed up for BBS as well. Thanks
    Last edited by Gene Beck; 04-02-2013 at 12:56 PM. Reason: mispelled

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    You can use sh, but keep it weak. There are many scenarios in wood restoration and sh is not always the answer. If you make it to strong you may damage more good wood than you want to. A non-chlorine product that is carbonate based is a good way to get a feel for lightly contaminated bare wood.
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