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Restoring the deck

  • September 16, 2012


Restoring a neglected 200 sq ft deck off the back of the house. Originally in cedar, its probable its not been maintained for 10+ years. Belt sander for the main grunt, corner sander and orbital sanders for the tricky bits and finishing. 50% complete and wow, it sure makes a difference!!!

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Restoring the deck

by Dave in Sandpoint
Sep 16, 2012

Restoring a neglected 200 sq ft deck off the back of the house. Originally in cedar, its probable its not been maintained for 10+ years. Belt sander for the main grunt, corner sander and orbital sanders for the tricky bits and finishing. 50% complete and wow, it sure makes a difference!!! Photo shows section already completed and section still to do...