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Old 04-01-2017, 01:27 AM   #11
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Default Re: The 12-Gauge Garage

Originally Posted by Outlawmws View Post
Jack, I think you are on to something with it being mold related rather than sun damage...
I'm sure that's 90% of it. The question is, how does it look after being cleaned, but before more stain is applied. That will show how much sun damage it has.

My thinking is, if the sun damage can be reduced, the annual task could just be the cleaning, and the stain could be touched up perhaps only every 5 years or more. And while cleaning is not a fun job (since you've got to put on gloves and move all the furniture around), it is still better than re-staining, which requires dry time and unfriendly odors, plus all of the above work to boot.

edit: Here's an idea:

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