|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|04-07-2007 09:53 PM|
|Woodsavers Of Texas||
Originally Posted by filthy View Post
You can try a degreaser like simple green to only spot clean.
You can use a deck stripper with a Sodium Hydroxide base to try and lift the grease.The only problem with that you might have to strip the whole deck and brighten with a deck brightner so it's even.Then restain after it's dried
|04-07-2007 05:13 PM|
Chicken Soup on Redwood Deck
I thought that might get your attention!
I made a large pot of chicken soup one cold night this winter at my personal residence and thought that I would cool it down outdoors after enjoying a couple of bowls. There was snow piled a foot deep on the deck. I set down the dutch oven & an hour later I opened the door to see that the pot melted into the snow at an angle. When the snow finally melted a couple of monthes later, I found a chicken grease stain app. 12" in diameter.
Any clues as to how I can remove it? The deck needs another coat of semi-transparent stain applied but would prefer to not have a chicken stain reminder of that long, cold night.
P.S. The soup was delicious!