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Old 06-13-2014, 04:06 PM   #1
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Wrapping up on this beauty soon. Owner now understands that a Semi-Trans will not last 8 years

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Some before pictures that did not load above

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Nice job, I love working with cedar and penetrating oil.
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Looks good, what's your restorative process?
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Looks good, what's your restorative process?
It must be a secret (given an hour now)
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It must be a secret (given an hour now)

Ok, we will have to speculate then.

I'm guessing an oxalic acid wash (perhaps bleach on any heavily mildewed areas), and sanding.

Assuming from the post that the pervious coating was 8 year old semi-trans, a chemical stripper may not have been necessary.
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Sorry for the delay :-)

We did have to strip a few areas on the north side of the home (pictures were of the south side) but the rest of the stain was so deteriorated that a mix of bleach/TSP/ dish soap was enough to clean/strip. There was a color change but it was very minor and blended well. Then a very quick sand with 150. Stain being used is from a regional vender, Diamond Vogel. Product is called "grain stain" and this is a semi-solid.

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