Deck Refinishing: Sand and Stain

Often a board’s previous treatment – whether paint or stain – may need to be sanded before we can refinish you deck. Check out an example of this process below.

peeling stain on deck floor

1. The deck is coated with a sub-par Home Depot deck stain, and it’s failing badly. We’ll have to sand the floor and bench seats to bare wood, and prep the vertical surfaces for solid stain.

peeling deck stain

2. Since the vertical surfaces are too cost-prohibitive to strip, we’ll carefully prep them for a high quality, solid color deck stain. This will create a handsome two-tone look for the deck.

power washed and sanded floor and bench

3. The vertical surfaces have been prepped for solid stain, and the floor and bench seats have been completely sanded for our Boodge penetrating stains. The whole deck is power washed and cleaned and ready to stain when dry.

refinished floor and bench

4. The job is done! The vertical surfaces are protected in Cabot’s solid Oak Brown color, and the horizontal surfaces are protected with semi-transparent Boodge in Redwood.

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