How to Clean And Seal Your Deck

Today we are here to discuss the process for finishing off your deck! Now, I’ve got a cedar project behind me, and if you’ve ever worked with cedar you know that it’s really susceptible to a fungus. It goes gray and it gets dirty real easy. So, before you can put your finish on your deck, you need to up your quality on the protection. Keep watching to check out the full tutorial where I show you how to clean the deck down, restore it with a stain, and give you maintenance tips!
I used the Osmo 420 Clear with UV protection on my Wood! Cheers!
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