Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Deck Staining Is Not Back-Breaking; Product Does Away with Rollers and Brushes

Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Deck Staining Is Not Back-Breaking; Product Does Away with Rollers and Brushes

Article excerpt

DIY'ers agree ... painting is no easy task and is often associated with messy preparation.

A great solution is Shur-Line products, which make deck staining easy by creating less mess and providing better coverage than staining with a brush or roller.

The stain pad has a agroovea tool, which is an industry first, staining flat surfaces and in between boards at the same time.

Controlled by a trigger-controlled dispensing system, you simply fill up the reservoir and pull the spray trigger to begin the flow of stain, which is dispensed uniformly into the pad for even, streak-free coverage.

Product manager Jackie Orsini said the handle was threaded so the pad could be attached to a pole, allowing the user to stand up comfortably while staining between boards.

aNo more bending over to stain hard-to-reach areas with a brush.a

The system works with many types of stain, including transparent, semi-transparent and solid, as well as sealants.

Staining tips

It is good practice to allow a[approximately]new' pressure-treated timber to dry for up to a year. …

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