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I plan to rebuild my 4 square meter small veranda, I bought a Treated Pine Mgp10 H3 190x45mmX3m for veranda beam, the information says, Hyne T3 Green is the ideal choice for basic external above ground structural applications. Produced using MGP10 and MGP12 mechanically graded Hyne Frame for strength and reliability and H3 treated for outdoor durability, Hyne T3 Green is non toxic to humans and is guaranteed against termite damage for 25 years when installed correctly.

http://www.bunnings.com.au/pine-treated-mgp10-h3-190x45mm-3-0m_p8421588

My question is, should I paint the beam for more protection? what kind of paint should I use? my I use the decking oil for the beam instead of other paint? the decking oil I bought,

http://www.bunnings.com.au/enrich-4l-deck-exterior-timber-oil_p1520341

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nope. you sound like a homeowner.

check out doityourselfer blog.
 

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Yes, yes you may.
 

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