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Collegeville Deck Washing

Damaris Sutton

New member
Here is a Collegeville Deck Washing I performed Yesterday. It was a latex strip. I will be applying the Armstrong-Clark Semi-Trans Stain Saturday if weather permits and have those pics for you.


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Ken Fenner

Fuckhead
Jimmy, that came up very nicely. Great job for a woody virgin!

The way this week is shaping up it may not be until next Saturday. I just got caught up after a ten day blitz. Here we go again.
 

Damaris Sutton

New member
Jimmy, that came up very nicely. Great job for a woody virgin!

The way this week is shaping up it may not be until next Saturday. I just got caught up after a ten day blitz. Here we go again.


Aw Dang Ken. You are the bearer of darkness and clouds lol. If it is next Saturday that really stinks. I have this guy waiting, but he understands. I told him if he would upgrade to the presidential I could have maybe done something about the rainy weather, but when you try and chneap out this is what you get.

:eek:fftopic:, but I have to ask. If your Mama in-law has made her mind up about painting or anyone else that wants painting (interior for now for obvious reasons) give me a shout. I am sure not a paint virgin. I was baptized the first day of my life probably from my Papa with the good leaded stuff. It might be wrong, but all my friends have lost their hair and I am still styling :biggrin:
 

Damaris Sutton

New member
That decks looks great. what did you strip it with??


Sorry Bruno, did not see your question. I used a product from Tom at ACR called 760 contractor stain and paint remover. It is Sodium Hydroxide based.
did very well on removing the Behr latex sealer. I used a 40 tip.
 

Paul Barkley

New member
I have had a good response from the 760 from ACR also. Tom from ACR turned me on to an additive for really tuff stuff, that seems to add a nice kick where needed.
 

Damaris Sutton

New member
I have had a good response from the 760 from ACR also. Tom from ACR turned me on to an additive for really tuff stuff, that seems to add a nice kick where needed.

Same here. I have it on stock just incase, but the 760 worked good. Now I know why it is called Behr... :>)
 

Paul Barkley

New member
Are you going to drain and move the Hot tub? I usually wil recomend to the client that we drain the tub, so we can lift it to work under the tub. Just in case they ever move it. We have a hot tub and we drain it every couple months anyway as part of our routine maintenance. Just a thought!

Deck looks nice, cant wait to see the final shots.
 
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