Notice the dull appearance of the existing worn out finish on the Oak wood grain in the before photos.
Then watch it come to life as the TWP 1500 brings out the beauty and richness of the Oak Wood Grain.
Today's project is staining this deck to preserve the lumber pic.twitter.com/G0LEZlZSbr— Scotty (@StLHandyMan) September 21, 2015
#Deck-Before photos taken while waiting on USPS to deliver the stain the client special ordered. Not avail locally. pic.twitter.com/env8wSwV4Q— Scotty (@StLHandyMan) September 21, 2015
Finishing up the 2nd/3rd coat of protective stain on this huge deck pic.twitter.com/GgIv70RtMS— Scotty (@StLHandyMan) September 26, 2015
This picture and view was when I realized that the Concrete Piers I repaired prior needed a coat of stain to blend them into the aesthetics of the Home.
To add even more pizzazz
the Dull Grey Faux Finished Concrete Post Piers were also stained.
In the Next Video is an example of the TPWStain Blocking Moisture using the Dew from the Night before.
See all 60 deck project photos of the StLouis Town and Country Home at the G+ Deck Repair Photo Album.
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