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Old 03-06-2013, 10:42 PM   #21
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Be patient, Grasshopper. Once it's messed up there's really no fixing it. We have one we are waiting on too. Be safe not sorry.
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This was my winter deck kinda

Was over there yesterday to take a few pictures and remembered this thread. Customer had put the home on the market and wanted to have it done before the first open house in mid Feb. It was cleaned in January and finished Feb 11/12 when we were fortunate to have temps hit the 60's for two days.

BM Acrylic Solid for surface and Armstrong Clark sem-solid to trim out the sides
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