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  1. hi, i have around 36 (28+8) pieces of decorative boards left over from a previous DIY project for my living room. i got it direct from indonesia supplier (at a lot of trouble, i must say) cos getting from certain IDs & wallpaper specialist in SG was too expensive for me. i have 2 models sold by jawawood that i would like to sell. PM me if interested, i am willing to let go at below market price. if you get more, i will sell lower price. i also have other essential materials to fix the boards for sale / contacts who can help fixing it if you can't DIY. also willing to trade for electronic items like pre-loved laptops, smartphones, tablets. Teak Deco Board XO - 28 pieces Teak Rayap Board - 8 pieces Teak Deco Board XO W300 x L1200 x T20mm 6mm hardwood plywood base Each wood pixel 50~120mm wide 1 Box contains 8 pieces of board (2.88m2) Extra-Ordinary(XO) type is most exclusive premium product of Deco Board series. Most of teak pixels are reclaimed from old Java fishing boat abandoned looking very seriously and boasting of its original color sense of decades. Teak Rayap Board L 1200mm x W 300mm x T 20mm Shiplap Non - finishing or Lacquer finishing 1 box contains 8 pieces (2.88 m2) Rayap means "wood worm" by Indonesian language. All damaged part of this board is naturally created by wood worms which normally live in the teak pillars of Javanese old houses. This board be called as real eco-friendly wood product and a beutiful creation of ecology totally designed by nature.
  2. Hi, guess this may be a shot in the dark but I'll try anyway... Anybody knows where I can purchase the Sayerlack Linea Blu Wax Effect waterbased stain in Singapore? Basically it's a type of "paint" used to stain wooden decking. I'm looking for some to touch-up the outlook of my balcony decking. The rear of the can looks like this: This is the exact "model", color code is HI2213 (dark walnut), used to varnish my decking by the installers. Hence I was hoping to buy back the same series to touch up the decking by myself.
  3. Hi fellows, for those of you who have raised wooden decking in your balcony, may I know how do you thoroughly clean the space beneath your decking? Particularly for those who grow a lot of potted plants there, I observed any fair bit of gardening will make soil & dirt creep between the gaps & below the decking.
  4. Hi fellows, I'm using Heveatech decking on my balcony, & it's varnished with a few coats of wood varnish. I do some gardening in my balcony & soiled (literally ) water splashes on the decking every now & then. It stains the decking such that using plain water & melamine sponge (that common white "magic" sponge) doesn't really remove the muddy stains. I don't think I can use thinner/turpentine because I presume those solvents are meant to strip paint. What may I use to clean varnished decking? Anybody care to share some experience?
  5. Hi does anyone have any ideas on how one would remove the decking/deckboards that has been installed on/above a planter-box? Would like to clean the area beneath the decking, i.e. the planter box. I do realise that once I remove 1 board, the others are going to be easily removed, but the problem is getting that first deckboard out since the decking is tightly packed together. Had 2 ideas: 1. Use a crowbar - but that might damage the surrounding decking/deckboard pieces and it may be difficult to squeeze the crowbar through the little gap present in between the boards. 2. Use some sort of suction device - this seems like the best option but I have not come across such a tool. *Cutting/sawing the board is not an option since I would still like to use the board(s), just want to remove them to do cleaning. Suggestions anyone?
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