Nov 20, 2019 9:09 am
My deck is due for an oil and I'm unsure what to do about preparing it given the current water restrictions.
To date I have used Cutek products, so Proclean for cleaning followed by their oil with a tint added.
Two thirds of the deck is undercover whilst one third is exposed. We have a a few gum trees so leaves and sticks constantly fall on the exposed deck meaning it needs a good clean before oiling.
Now that we have level 1 water restrictions in Sydney I am unable to gurney hard surfaces which means I can't use Proclean.
The folks at Cutek recommended giving it a light sand but a) it's a huge deck; and b) even if I hired a sander not all boards are completely flat anyway. Apart from that, I can't be bothered.
Does anyone know of other methods of cleaning a a deck thoroughly before oiling that doesn't require a hose/gurney to remove the cleaner?
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