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Maintaining Wooden Deck

• Ensure that the deck if free from dust and grime – Dust and grime are likely to settle in the hinges of the wood planks when rainwater, storm and snow acts on it one after the other. You could either use a brush to sweep the grime or make use of a garden sprayer to clean it with water.
• Clean it with a deck cleaner – Whenever you visit the stores, you can easily lay your hands on deck cleaners. It is always good to purchase the ones that are free from bleaches which may destroy the colour and texture of your deck. Apply it thoroughly all over and let it rest for some time but do not allow it to pool or dry up completely. The wood may absorb the cleaner if left to dry up and reduce the longevity of the wood. Clearing up the cleaner with a pressure washer would act deeply to flush out any residue and bring it back to normal.
• Check for damage or a repair – There are chances that you may bump into a rotting piece of wood somewhere in the entire deck. Either it is an old piece of timber or is a victim of the harsh weather that it couldn’t endure. It is essential for you to replace it as soon as you can. A missing nail or screw here and there should be taken care of and replaced to maintain your deck and make it look just as new. You could also hire professionals who specialise in deck repairs in North Brisbane who would help you in a better way by scrutinising every corner of your deck.
• You could plan to apply a sealant – Applying a sealant to the wood of the deck or using a tinted colour that is close to the colour of the wood would protect your deck. Not only would it allow dust not to settle on it but would also protect it from moisture. It is likely to hide wood stains or give it an even colour to make you deck look aesthetically appealing to the eye.