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Published on Feb 5, 2012

Pressure Washing A Wood Fence - The Right Way

The area the other company washed is over here next to the gazebo. I'm going to do a test patch over here, on this section right here.

Ok, so here is a section of mine. That was already broken. But you can see there's only very tiny feathering going on here. Not those, not those really big splinters coming off anywhere.

Even here where the wood is bad, where it was broken, I still didn't splinter it all off. It's all together but it's clean. A little bit more feathering on this piece then on this piece but most of them are pretty good. This whole panel is done without creating tons of splinters.

And if you're thinking of doing it yourself.

Just as a side note. See all this around here? Its not like its nice, good grass. It ends up being a very filthy job."

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