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Wanna See Some Mildew on a PT Deck?

Hey i get to first the post deck pic

This is a 4yr.old PT deck we cleaned today stripped/bleach/brightend.It had some failing Behr stain and tons of mildew.I'm gonna stain later in the week W/Bakers Gray Away before we stat getting some rain OH BOY!



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Oh yes I must now bow down to Shane. Great work as always Shane.

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How much sandpaper? Or sanding sponges?

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Thanks Dave

Yeah tell me about huh i would still be there right now working under the lights!

It was actually a scary day my new unloader i just replaced a few weeks ago starting leaking agian!

I was able to finish the job but now she has to go back in the shop hopefully for not too long!!

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CLose up shot of the pretty mildew.





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How many hours did that job talk and is there a lot more to the deck than what is pictured?

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Thanks Dave

Yeah tell me about huh i would still be there right now working under the lights!

It was actually a scary day my new unloader i just replaced a few weeks ago starting leaking again.
For those that don't know much about Shane, his wood restoration work is absolutely incredible......The man knows his stuff!

Great job as always, Shane!

Speaking of unloaders, last week mine stuck and blew up from the pressure build-up. I was standing over it at the time and got a nice 3000 psi blast to the face and one of my eyes. Looking back, it's kind've funny now but it could've been bad.

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How many hours did that job talk and is there a lot more to the deck than what is pictured?
Drove up to the house at 10:30 a.m and loaded up the equipment 2:30 p.m.So i would say total cleaning time was about 3 hours.

That's about all of the deck it was pretty simple and easy

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For those that don't know much about Shane, his wood restoration work is absolutely incredible......The man knows his stuff!

Great job as always, Shane!

Speaking of unloaders, last week mine stuck and blew up from the pressure build-up. I was standind over it at the time and got a nice 3000 psi blast to the face and one of my eyes. Looking back, it's kind've funny now but it could've been bad.

Thanks Don you making me blush!

I didn't have pressure build up/ loss or anything.It's just when i pulled the trigger the water started leaking from the bottom of the pump.I saw a little water trickling down the unloader.

3000 psi blast in the face Don that can't be fun bu give you a new hair style

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Amazing work!!!
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Nice work. Kinda surprised they didn't ask you to do the fence in the background after seeing your deck skills.
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Nice work. Kinda surprised they didn't ask you to do the fence in the background after seeing your deck skills.

Well i priced the fence but they were looking to not spend a bunch of $$ now.They are also looking to sell the house in a few months and didn't really want to invest in cleaning and sealing the fence at this time.

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I was L'ess on my

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