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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.
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.
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?
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?