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Topic review - Wooden Deck Add Ons and Weathering
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  Post subject:  Re: Wooden Deck Add Ons and Weathering  Reply with quote
Lifecolor sells a wash set for wooden decks. It is pigment based and can be airbrushed or painted on. It is also adjustable and comes with a remover. I'm not sure if it would cause warping. I applied mine with the deck installed and glued on.

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This is a wood deck using two washes from the set. The original was pretty lightly colored.
Post Posted: Wed May 01, 2019 4:56 pm
  Post subject:  Wooden Deck Add Ons and Weathering  Reply with quote
Greetings,

I like wooden deck add ons but I could use some help with weathering techniques; last time I tried some weathering the deck eneded up warping. What materials are optimal to as some weathering to wooden decks?
Post Posted: Tue Mar 26, 2019 6:46 pm

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