Here I describe the process of extracting the old caulk, adding new caulk and refinishing the deck!
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Good Morning Andy,
That is a great tip with the fine line tape, I had to do my sailboat pilot house deck twice ( poor choice of caulking— silicone) and it was a bitch getting it off the bottom. Thanks for the tip, I will use it on the swim step on the Cruise a Home.
I agree sanding the cured caulk is much faster than taping, and I don’t care how careful you are, that goo on the tape gets every were when you pull it.
Also, just wondering why you don’t use the Teak Decking systems
“sausage” and the pneumatic gun?
I have been injecting CPES into each slot and let dry then add thin tape proir to fill. Do your think this is a good benefit to holding water out.?
That was beautifully done. Once the sanding was done, did you oil the deck or stain it?
Hi Andy: Are you selling your sanding tool to refinish teak decks? Thanks and great video.
How big a compressor do I need in terms of CFM to spray on All Craft?
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