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Old 02-28-2016, 12:20 AM   #1
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I was asked to look at a stained wood exterior. I was wondering how some of you guys would attack this. Here's what I would do.

Soft wash
Clean areas where fading has occurred with Oxylic acid
Sand
Restain with a semi solid stain
Apply flood UV5 as an added protectant


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I was asked to look at a stained wood exterior. I was wondering how some of you guys would attack this. Here's what I would do.

Soft wash
Clean areas where fading has occurred with Oxylic acid
Sand
Restain with a semi solid stain
Apply flood UV5 as an added protectant

Use a stripper to remove the finish. pH balance with oxalic. Buff with Osborne brush. Two coats of a real oil finish.. Bakers, TWP or Armstrong Clark.

A semi solid with UV5 over it is begging for a peeling mess.
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Use a stripper to remove the finish. pH balance with oxalic. Buff with Osborne brush. Two coats of a real oil finish.. Bakers, TWP or Armstrong Clark.

A semi solid with UV5 over it is begging for a peeling mess.
I had never heard of a Osborn brush before. Thanks.
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I was asked to look at a stained wood exterior. I was wondering how some of you guys would attack this. Here's what I would do.

Soft wash
Clean areas where fading has occurred with Oxylic acid
Sand
Restain with a semi solid stain
Apply flood UV5 as an added protectant

Applying semi-solid over semi-solid = solid. You'll also get an uneven finish with varying levels of penetration, which means shiny/dull spots. Unless they want solid, existing stain must be stripped. Also, applying oxalic only in the fading areas will likely yield an uneven finish. Best to apply to entire surface.
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Applying semi-solid over semi-solid = solid. You'll also get an uneven finish with varying levels of penetration, which means shiny/dull spots. Unless they want solid, existing stain must be stripped. Also, applying oxalic only in the fading areas will likely yield an uneven finish. Best to apply to entire surface.
It would be a full strip, I just don't want to use stripper. The Oxylic acid wash would be to an entire section corner to corner top to bottom, but I'd use sectional breaks (such as in this picture) to either start or stop cleaning.
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