Jan 11, 2015 12:04 am
I have a large verandah (under cover) that looks as though it has never been treated or painted. It is about 80 years old and made of Australian hardwood of some kind. I would like to give it some kind of treatment to make it look fresher and not so dried out. Because it is undercover, there must be some cheaper alternative to the usual deck oils and stains.
Does anyone have any recommendations?
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