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My outdoor furniture still has some old varnish ( I think) , do I sand it off first or after I apply the wood cleaner? Also, I don't want to "stain" it, but would prefer to use some sort of clear coat to enhance the wood grain. What do you recommend?
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I would of left off the Pillows !
Hello, Any advise on painting wicker furniture? What type of paint? Does it need sanding first? We scrubbed it down and rinsed it. Any advise would be appreciated. Thanks. Dave
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Do I use the cleaner for an outdoor chair that has an old coat of paint on it?
Here is an article that explains the process you will want to follow when treating Teak furniture. http://bit.ly/QC5wSq
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