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Pressure Treated Deck Stained in Gray Away Super Cedar

I thought i would add some more pics to the deck restoration section so here they are.This is a deck we worked on a few months ago that bleached/P/washed and stained with Baker's Gray Away Super Cedar.






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Who did you refer the roof cleaning to?
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Who did you refer the roof cleaning to?
Why did i not know it wouldn't take long for someone to notice the roof!

I gave them a name to get the roof cleaned but after this deck they paid me $3700 to restain the cedar house

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So you went ahead and shot the roof for lagniappe?
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So you went ahead and shot the roof for lagniappe?

Nahh No lagniappe on this one i didn't have an x-jet when i cleaned it and i wasn't climbing the roof with my shurflo.

I did feel bad after i saw these pics man it makes my deck job look bad everytime i see the roof.

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Crop that bad boy! You sanded right? Ed recommends using steel wool on asphalt shingles. He says all other ways are just vandalism but he is just Burk'ing up the wrong tree again.

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Didn't mean to ruin your day, man.
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Didn't mean to ruin your day, man.

ohhh noo Thad you didn't ruin my day man not a problem here.I'm pretty picky and i noticed it from day one.

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Wow! Excellent as always Shane.

Too funny Ken

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Wow! Excellent as always Shane.

Too funny Ken

Thanks for the kind words master of the 60-80grit

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