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Removing Sap From Your Deck

Anyone that has a sap-producing tree lingering over a deck can tell you that stuff isn’t easy to get off. If you find yourself in that situation, here are some ways to get that sap off your deck according to wisegeek. com:Applying stain removerThere are a few things that do a pretty good job at removing sap from your deck. One of the best is stain remover.

20-Year-Old Decks: Repair or Replace?

The rails jiggle, the nails are popping, and Dad just limped in with a splinter. Softwood decks can last a long time, depending on how well they’re built, but it’s not uncommon for decks of cedar, pine, or redwood to hold up for 10 to 20 years, at which point they begin to disintegrate in ways that range from unsightly and inconvenient to downright dangerous.