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Outdoor Essentials
06-18-2008, 02:40 PM
I have a house to do on Friday and I can use some guidance. The decks are pressure treated and have not been stained so I plan on using SH at about 12%. The fence has some type of stain on it so I'm wondering what is a good brand of stripper and brightener to use? There is stucco on the house. I was thinking SH and low pressure just like on vinyl, but, I'm not certain. Any advice would be appreciated.

Cheers,

Brian :canadaflag: :drinkup:

Happy Frog
06-19-2008, 12:03 AM
I have a house to do on Friday and I can use some guidance. The decks are pressure treated and have not been stained so I plan on using SH at about 12%. The fence has some type of stain on it so I'm wondering what is a good brand of stripper and brightener to use? There is stucco on the house. I was thinking SH and low pressure just like on vinyl, but, I'm not certain. Any advice would be appreciated.

Cheers,

Brian :canadaflag: :drinkup:

Not sure I understand your post. Are you saying that you are going to use SH at 12% on the fence or that you are going to downstream SH at 12%?
Simple Cherry and SH should work on stucco with a chem pump to apply it.

CCPC
06-19-2008, 01:28 AM
I have a house to do on Friday and I can use some guidance. The decks are pressure treated and have not been stained so I plan on using SH at about 12%. The fence has some type of stain on it so I'm wondering what is a good brand of stripper and brightener to use? There is stucco on the house. I was thinking SH and low pressure just like on vinyl, but, I'm not certain. Any advice would be appreciated.

Cheers,
Brian :canadaflag: :drinkup:

You have a house to do for a customer on Friday. A customer that is hiring you, and trusting that you know what your doing, yet you scheduled the job without having a clue on what your doing, and what you will do it with?
My suggestion would be to call the customer and cancel the appointment. They probably deserve a little better than that. Not trying to be harsh, but it isn't right to offer a service to someone without knowing what you're doing.
Usually, most people learn a trade, then sell the trade, not the other way around.