That is the most stunning pressure treated deck and job that I have ever seen. Just terrific, thought it was knotty cedar.
A few favorite photos, mostly due to the difficult strips to get the wood back into shape.
Pic #1 - Knotty, western red cedar deck stripped of one layer of acrylic and 2 layers of ? oil stains. Stained with Ready Seal light brown color.
Pic #2 - Older, pressure treated deck stripped of a solid, "picnic table" red oil stain. Replaced all spindles with new. Stained with Ready Seal medium red color.
Pic #3 - Ipe' treads, risers, and handrail. Mahogany spindles. Clear cedar pergola. The hardwoods were stripped of 8 month old Messmer's and the pergola stripped of an 8 month old Sherwin Williams solid oil stain. All wood stained with Ready Seal medium red color.
Pic #4 - My absolute favorite picture in the portfolio. Ipe' stripped of a failing Messmer's. ESI's Wood Tux, or more accurately, Ken's WoodZotic color mix is the stain.