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My deck cleaning project - please be gentle

Tony Evans

Board of Director
OK so as a window guy I know this may look very newbie to most of you. I saw a video a while back where Doug Rucker used Wood Renew on his deck and since I had a customer who had a small deck on the south side of her house that was turning green I thought I'd give it a try. She and I were both very pleased with the results.

 

Walt Edwards

New member
Tony I'll be gentle, but not because you messed up, but because I'm by no means an expert at this. The cleaning looks fine and it appears that the gray dead fibers were being removed very well. Only thing I would suggest is cleaning each board or area in one sweep along the entire length of the board and maybe a little less pressure or increased distance from the wood. This will avoid potential wand marks and furring. Again, I'm no expert and what I'm telling you is what I've learned reading numerous posts from more qualified members
 

Tony Evans

Board of Director
I did use my soft wash rinse tip so I was hoping that would be low enough. If it should be less please let me know what to get.
 
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