How Long Should you Wait to Stain a New Deck? 5/5 (24)

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This post was updated on January 13, 2022

How Long Should you Wait to Stain a New Deck Staining a New Deck for the First Time

Every Spring we get many 100’s if not 1000s of questions about when to stain a new deck, wood fence, or exterior wood home. Outside of our Deck Product Reviews and our Best Deck Stain articles, this is the second most popular question on DeckStainHelp.com. This year in 2022, we will be posting an updated version of this topic and list the best stains brands and types of deck stains to use on your new wood.

New Deck Staining Questions? As always, if you have questions, we are here to help! Just post a comment below.

See here for our most popular article on staining new wood. This article is the top-rated and indexed article on staining new wood decks with over 3000 Q&A comments and 400+ Positive Star Ratings!


Tips on How Long to Wait to Stain A New Deck

New rough sawn cedar wood

New rough sawn cedar wood

These new deck staining tips are relevant and will work for all exterior, new smooth wood, such as decks, cedar framed homes, log cabins, wood fences, and other wood structures.

Staining a New Deck Tip #1: Rough sawn wood is already porous and can be stained right away as long as it is clean and the wood is dry. If you are unsure of the difference between the two, please post a picture in the comment area of your new wood with some basic info about your project.

Weathering the New Wood Deck

With almost all scenarios, new exterior wood and decks will need to weather and be prepped prior to applying a deck stain. It is suggested to weather new smooth wood for 3 months or longer. This will vary though based on the brand and type of stain being used and could be anywhere between 1-12 months. One confusing aspect of this is that many homeowners believe you weather the wood to reduce the moisture content of the wood. While this is important, it is not the main reason you will need to weather the wood. Decks and other exterior smooth wood will need to weather or season to make the wood more porous. The porosity of the wood is the main issue that deck and other wood stains will have when dealing with the new wood. The stain does need to soak into the wood and if it cannot, it will dry on top of the wood and this can lead to premature failure of the stain. The stain can also dry very blotchy if the wood is not porous enough for the stain to soak in.

Staining a New Deck Tip #2: Kiln-dried wood and KDAT wood still needs to weather prior to stain application. Since the moisture content is minimal or non-existent, you typically will need to weather about 1/2 the time of what normal wood would be. 1-2 months is normal. See here for more info: Staining New KDAT Wood

Prepping the New Wood Deck

After the weathering process, it is vital that you prep the wood. When wood is left exposed to sunlight, the UV radiation will turn the wood slightly gray or white. This oxidation of the wood will need to be removed. At the same time, the new smooth wood has mill glaze on the wood and that will need to come off. Using a Wood or Deck Cleaner will remove the mill glaze, oxidation, and any dirt. After this is removed, follow up with an exterior wood brightener for your final prep. We like the Restore-A-Deck Cleaner/Brightener Kits for this prep.

Do not sand new wood unless needed to remove fuzzies (See Tip #3 Below). This will smooth the wood, reducing the stain’s ability to penetrate into the wood. If sanding is needed, sand with 60-80 grit paper and use the brightener after the sanding to help open the pores of the wood. Rinse well with a pressure washer when done.

Staining a New Deck Tip #3: The longer you weather new wood, the greater the chance you will have the “fuzzies”. This potential issue is directly related to how much the wood has oxidized. For example, a new deck that has weathered for 12 months will have substantially more oxidation that needs to be removed compared to one that has weathered for 3-4 months. See here for more info: Wood Fuzzies on Deck.

The 3 Best Deck Stains For New Decks

Armstrong Clark Wood Stains

Armstrong Clark Wood Stain RatingUsed for new wood and decks such as Pressure Treated Pine, Cedar, Fir, IPE, and other Exotic Hardwoods.
Months to Weather New Wood: 2-3 Months for Transparent and Semi-Transparent colors. 12 months for Semi-Solid Colors.
Number of Coats Applied to New wood: 1 Coat is suggested if the wood is under 12 months old.
Consumer Star Ratings:  4.4/5 (59)
DeckStainHelp.com Review (On a Scale of 1-10): 8.5
See Review Article Here: Armstrong Clark Stain Review

Restore-A-Deck Wood Stains

Restore A Deck Wood Stain ReviewRestore-A-Deck Wood Stain can be applied to dry or damp wood. It can be used for new wood and decks such as Pressure Treated Pine, Cedar, Fir, IPE, and other Exotic Hardwoods.
Months to Weather New Wood: 3 Months for both Semi-Transparent Colors and Solid Stain Colors.
Number of Coats Applied to New wood: 1 Coat is suggested if the wood is under 12 months old.
Consumer Star Ratings:  4.5/5 (46)
DeckStainHelp.com Review (On a Scale of 1-10): 8.625
See Review Article Here: Restore-A-Deck Wood Stain Review

TWP 100 Pro Series

TWP 100 Deck Stain RatingsTWP 100 Series is only allowed in 35 States. Use the TWP 1500 if in a low VOC State. It can be used for new wood and decks such as Pressure Treated Pine, Cedar, etc.
Months to Weather New Wood: 4-12 months for all new wood.
Number of Coats Applied to New wood: 1 Coat is suggested if the wood is under 12 months old.
Consumer Star Ratings:  4.5/5 (40)
DeckStainHelp.com Review (On a Scale of 1-10): 8.69
See Review Article Here: TWP 100 Series Review

Staining a New Deck Tip #4: Be prepared to apply a maintenance coat in 12-18 months to your newly stained deck. The first time staining new wood typically does not last as long as the second or repeated coatings.

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John
John
1 month ago

I build pressure treated smooth wood deck just off back patio door gets about 2-4 hours of sunlight a day. Deck completed in mid June 21’. It’s now early December, have not stained yet due to work travel. Winter coming in Indiana. Is it ok to wait til spring/early summer next year 22’ to apply first stain? Or is there anything I need to do before winter. Temps still low 50 day, but freezing at night. Thanks

Victoria
Victoria
2 months ago

Hi
I had a deck built around May, around July or August it should have been stained. Is it to late or wait until spring. I live in Atlanta

Marilyn
Marilyn
2 months ago

I am wanting to stain vertical cedar beams (not a deck). This new cedar has sat for 7 months outside in Phoenix. Sap is still oozing from some of the beams. Some of the sap is dry and some of it is soft and a little sticky. What do I need to do re the sap in order to prep the wood? Can I stain now?

John
John
2 months ago

We live in the Northeast – Albany area – which gets a lot of snow. It’s early November and just had a cedar deck installed. The contractor said we could stain the deck now since the wood is kiln dried and we are having weather in the 60s. Is that true? Or to protect it, should we apply a clear and stain next spring?

Wayne
Wayne
2 months ago

I have purchased 10 gallons of TWP 100 to stain a prepped cedar deck but the weather and work have delayed the application of the stain. Will the stain itself still be good in the Spring if I have to wait intil then to complete the project?

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Janet
Janet
2 months ago

I am having 3 large redwood decks built around my house as we speak… the foundation is down and my contractor is staining the boards before attaching them … I see that it should weather for 3 or 4 months before staining. Will this ruin my redwood?

Janet
Janet
2 months ago

My contractor said the redwood was kiln dried and does not need to weather… can this be true?
Thank you

Damon
Damon
3 months ago

Hello! 😃 We are currently having a 500sq ft deck installed using douglas fir, untreated on the surface boards. It’s raining as they install it and within a month or so there could be snow and/or more rain. When should we apply stain? There are so many differing thoughts and I’m just so confused. We can do it immediately. Or we can wait till late spring after the wood dries out from a wet winter. Please help! 😀

Yoram
Yoram
3 months ago

I finally finished building a redwood deck (480 sqft ft). I live in the foothills of the Sierras in CA, 2200 ft elevation with very hot summer (110F) and some snow in winter. My redwood top boards were installed in January 2020. I just finished yesterday prepping with Restore-a-Deck cleaner and brightener. Now I’m in rain season. I won’t have 48 hrs to let it dry before and after staining. Weather forecast keep changing. What is more risky? To wait another 6 months, which means 15-16 months without stain, or to stain now in between rainy days? I’m leaning toward waiting, but it looks so clean and ready now…and I’m worried about damage to the wood.

Peter S
Peter S
3 months ago

Just got a brand new deck installed this past summer. We plan to stain it in the spring time next year, but will anything bad happen to the deck after one full winter season of it not being protected?

Peter S
Peter S
3 months ago

Could you elaborate on “fine” please? Like what exactly won’t go wrong?

Mary Harris
Mary Harris
3 months ago

Is there something that I can put on the ramp over the mold /mildew because I am a 77 yr old lady that would easier to get it sealed.

Mary Harris
Mary Harris
3 months ago

We had a wheel chair ramp built in 2019 and were told to wait to seal the wood after it seasoned out but didn’t tell us how long to wait to seal now I have some mold/mildew on it now what do I need to get ready to seal the ramp and what to use .

Bob
Bob
3 months ago

Here is a photo of the deck in Brunswick Maine

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Bob
Bob
3 months ago

Pressure treated wood deck, Brunswick Maine, built one year ago. It has not been cleaned, sealed or stained. I want to use ready seal pecan. I am confused as to what cleaner to use. I don’t know the type of wood it is. Should I wait until spring or do this now? What kind of cleaner should I use? First time doing something like this.

Thanks much,

Bob

David
David
3 months ago

Great site. I live in Massachusetts and in June had a 12×37 ft deck using pressure treated pine. it’s been 3 months and I was hoping to stain in early October. However the water beading process is taking about 30 min. Do I wait another few weeks or wait till April?

Emily
Emily
3 months ago

Hello! I am staining my deck, pressure treated wood, built in April. I just cleaned it with a pressure washer and then sanded with 80 and 120 grit. (This was before I found your site and read that maybe I shouldn’t have done that!) I am planning to use Armstrong Clark semi transparent stain. Do I need to brighten first since I never used a cleaner? Also should I hose it off to reopen the pores since I sanded? Thanks!

Emily
Emily
3 months ago

Thank you for responding! I just want to confirm… If the brightener is needed to neutralize the cleaner but I didn’t use a cleaner do I still need to do both as the final prep?

Tyler Hawes
Tyler Hawes
3 months ago

We recently moved into a home on the beach in Puget Sound (Washington State). Note that we are facing South and the “rain shadow” here means we get more sun than Seattle. Also, at high tide the ocean is lapping just a few feet away from the deck (although the deck is elevated about 5′ up behind a concrete sea wall).

Our deck is so shot that you can pull planks apart with your fingers in places and I had a chair leg go through it while we were relaxing out there. I’d love to take it out and install new untreated cedar decking now (the pressure-treated support members are still good). I doubt our climate will let the decking dry enough to stain until next summer. If I build it now, it’s going to sit out there all winter and probably won’t be dry enough until mid/late Summer for staining. Should I forget it and wait to build the deck next Summer? Or will I be OK installing now and staining next summer? Ultimately we want to end up with a bit of the grey look, FWIW.

Tyler Hawes
Tyler Hawes
3 months ago

Thanks!

Judith S Landeck
Judith S Landeck
4 months ago

Hi, thanks for all of this info.
We had a new deck put up in early March. We are heading into winter. No beading of water now. There are a few dark spots and the deck is starting to lighten already.
I assume we will have to clean and brighten first.
1. Should we power wash first and allow to dry then use the cleaning kit?
2. I would love to keep it natural or actually a honey color transparent. Is it.possible to recommend a color?
3. Our biggest concern is that we have 3 large active dogs. I’m concerned about the damage thier nails can do. Is there a product or stain that would be best to use to add some protection.
Would transparent still be safe to use?
Do we sustain the lattice at bottom of deck?
I need to research my area here in Baltimore, MD to find a person to provide this service.
Thank you!

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Midwest Anna
Midwest Anna
4 months ago

I have a 1 month old deck that is still not absorbing water after 10 minutes. I’m in Michigan, so the deck will be 2.5 months old when it starts snowing. Can I still put a clear sealant on the deck prior to winter even if it is not absorbing water? Or should I wait until after winter/spring time? I have no plans to ever stain the deck. Thank you!

Jaz
Jaz
4 months ago

Hi, We have just installed a new redwood deck, replacing the old one. I am concerned about the weathering process, from your instructions I should wait 1-3+ months for the deck to weather. I am based in San Francisco where we will soon hit “raining” season which is on and off from Nov-May, will this rain impact the new redwood deck or should I protect it when it rains ?

Pictures included of redwood deck.

Really like your site , very informative!

Jay
Jay
4 months ago

Should the underside of an elevated cedar deck be stained?

Thank you for all your help to so many. This is best site I have seen for wood exteriors.

Karen L Anderson
Karen L Anderson
4 months ago

Hi, love this site! I’m wondering about Tip#4- the maintenance coat. Do you need to clean and /or brighten the deck before applying the maintenance coat? If I do the first maintenance coat a year after the deck was initially stained, then how often after that do I do maintenance coats before it would again require stripping? Thanks for your help!

Ross Rutledge
Ross Rutledge
4 months ago

I have a bridge that I just replaced the planks with rough sawn ponderosa pine. Planks are 3″ X 10″ X 5′. They were cut at a local sawmill about 4 weeks ago and wood was pretty green. I cleaned them with a bleach solution and pressure washed them before I put them on because they got a little mold/mildew on them from how I had them stacked the first couple of weeks. The support structure underneath is the same wood installed 8 years ago but was still in good shape. It was treated with AC semi-transparent stain a couple of years ago (Driftwood). I want to clean/brighten and stain the entire bridge with the same stain as soon as I can. Do I need to let the planks dry out before I do that? Everything I see on your site and others about rough sawn wood says I can stain right away, but when I called the online dealer I purchased the AC stain from last time they told me I should wait 6-12 months before staining. I want the wood to last so just trying to clarify what I can/should do. Thanks!

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Joanne Rae
Joanne Rae
4 months ago

We are having a three season room built and the interior wall/ceiling finish will be tongue and groove western red cedar. We plan to use a simple/clear water protector/sealer. Can this be applied right away or should we let the wood weather naturally for a period of time.

Sharon Woloshen
Sharon Woloshen
5 months ago

Hi, we bought a house that has an untreated pine fence. The boards are not pressure treat. It’s been up a year and has no fuzzies. We are in a hot dry area of Washington state. Any suggestions for stain would be appreciated.

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Adrienne Gray
Adrienne Gray
5 months ago

If a newly installed deck is turning black in some areas should it be power washed immediately?

Sharon Reeves
Sharon Reeves
5 months ago

We’re going to have an 8’ x 12’ deck built in Payson, AZ. It’s on the south side of the home with no protection from shade, rain, wind or occasionally snow. It will be built within the next 4 to 6 weeks. I’ve requested redwood for the deck and railing and the structural portion will be painted. You mentioned rough sawn needs to be stained immediately. Is redwood rough sawn? If not, are you suggesting it should be weathered for 3 or 4 months. Is that 3 to 4 months after installation which would take us into late fall? Please advise as to when to stain and which product to use to maintain as close to the natural color as possible. Thank you.

Sharon Reeves
Sharon Reeves
5 months ago

Thanks for your quick response. Just to clarify, once the deck has weathered for three months, then will it need to be cleaned and brightened then stained? Once stained, does it need to be sealed with a water proof product? I want the redwood to stay looking natural like the day it gets purchased. Please let me know the exact products you recommend to complete the project three months from now. Thanks so much!

Sharon Reeves
Sharon Reeves
5 months ago

Thank you. Seriously, this is the best website for information and answers to questions I’ve ever seen. Thank you for being a beacon of light 😀

Amber Berger
Amber Berger
5 months ago

We replaced our wood deck last April. We used Cabot gold stain. It looked great at first. However, the picture shows what it looks like now. Any advice is greatly appreciated!

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Ilan
Ilan
5 months ago

Some questions regarding a new western red cedar shed:

1) weathering wood before treating- is the weathering specifically ‘outside’ or from the time that it was cut (would have to ask manufacturer)?

2) temps for coating- I’m in MA and if I wait 3 months for it to weather, it will be in middle of winter. Is it ok to coat it then? Won’t it be too cold? What is alternative of how to go about this?

3) transparent vs semi-transparent cedar tone: how would these compare in appearance? It appears that the transparent coat doesn’t do well with protecting from UV but I’d like to maximize visibility of cedar’s natural features. By using a semi-transparent cedar tone, how much is being sacrificed of beauty for durability?

Thank you so much for your patience to help!!

Ilan
Ilan
5 months ago

Thanks for your reply. Based on what I’ve read, however, cedar will start becoming grey after only a month or two. I’m concerned that by the time it is Spring, it will already have compromised its original rich natural color before it is even stained?

Ilan
Ilan
5 months ago

Got it. Thanks again for your help. One final question (for now!):

Although the article states that weathering is NOT (just) to remove moisture, should I wait till late spring or even mid-summer to stain so that accumulated moisture from the winter will dissipate? Is there some ‘trick’ to test the moisture absorbed into the wood?

Golden L. Teagle
Golden L. Teagle
6 months ago

New deck constructed in May, confused on the subject of staining and sealing and when to. Begin the process. Your articles are most helpful and informative .Excited to hear from you.

T.S.
T.S.
6 months ago

Have 19 year pressure treated fir deck with cedar top rails and bannisters. Has previously been stained with Olympic dark brown semi transparent stain. Held up particularly well on vertical surfaces… peeled and wore excessively on horizontal surfaces/deck. Need to replace a few boards and looking to strip and brighten deck and stain deck and other horizontal surfaces with an Armstrong Clark or TWP semi-solid stain, and recoat Olympic intact stain after pressure washing, for two tone affect. Live in SW Texas…deck gets Eastern exposure to sun most of the day. Good or bad ideas?

T.S.
T.S.
6 months ago

Pics show current condition…

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T.S.
T.S.
6 months ago

Thank you appreciate the insight/advice…

A Terway
A Terway
6 months ago

We have a new aromatic red cedar pergola and pavilion – I don’t know if it is considered rough or smooth. Should I use twp product now or wait for it to season for a bit?

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Cornelia Gibson
Cornelia Gibson
6 months ago

I tested our new cedar decking by putting water onto a section. The water beaded and was absorbed within 3 hours. Is this a sign that I can stain my new deck?

B.J.
B.J.
6 months ago

I have a trex deck 10 years old. Previous owner (bought house in2019) they used a Thompson sealer and hasn’t worn well. Was splotchy and sun faded. So, I scrubbed & cleaned the deck & hosed completely. I used a a Valspar one coat exterior sealer CLEAR. Went on well, however where I over lapped in some areas it looks like it has a yellow pollen . How can I correct this it’s not all splotchy ?
I tried buffing with fine steel wool…. Not working. HELP!,!
Thanks

B.J. Parsons
B.J. Parsons
6 months ago

Thank you
When you say start over, what exactly should i do? How do i prep the deck and with what product do you recommend?
Then what sealer do you recommend?

Roslyn Powell
Roslyn Powell
7 months ago

New cedar planks were installed on My deck about a month ago. I would like to seal it and maintain its natural color. Do I use a transparent or semi transparent stain? A friend recommended Penofin. I’m new at DIY and need to use something that is not too difficult to apply but is effective.

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Steve
Steve
7 months ago

Have used Ready Seal Natural Natural stain and sealer in the past.

Think of using Restoring-a-deck cleaner/brightening kit to clean dirt and mildew off. We are in South Carolina with lots of shade.
Could I then use the Cedar Restore- a -deck stain while the deck is still wet over what was Ready Sealed and Stained previously?

Brad
Brad
7 months ago

I am in the process of installing new cedar deck boards. It has been recommended to me to stain the boards prior to install. Is that best, or should I let them weather. If staining prior to install, do I also need to clean them prior to staining? Thanks.

Brad Harris
Brad Harris
7 months ago

Thank you.

Carol A.
Carol A.
7 months ago

My redwood deck was built in Sept 2019 and has been weathered. I would like to clean it and then stain it, but would like the natural color of the wood to show. Can you recommend what to clean it with and then what product to use to stain it. Also any recommendations on the best way to apply the stain? Thank you.

Shane
Shane
8 months ago

I used a transparent stain on a cedar deck I built last summer. The product was Australian Timber Oil (Colour- Natural). The stain did not absorb well into areas where there are knots and defects. The clients would like the about 250 square feet of the stain job re-done at my cost. How can I avoid the same problem from happening? What caused this? I am aware that the knots in cedar are very dense and that would explain why it didn’t absorb well. Is there a solution that will work before I waste my time and money on the repair.

Pamela
Pamela
8 months ago

I want to ultimately use solid color. Can I use transparent first?

Kelli
Kelli
8 months ago

Newly built deck, when should I stain it? They said it’s treated wood.

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EUGENE CERRUTI
EUGENE CERRUTI
8 months ago

Does the weathering of new wood for a deck actually have to weather after it is installed? Is it possible to allow the wood to weather and accept stain in a dry basement prior to installation? I will be installing a small 12×12 deck over a steel beam platform. The platform sits on top of a fourth floor brick extension to a brownstone in Brooklyn, NY. The only access to the platform is through a French window. It is not a location worthy of a worksite. Wood materials will have to be raised from the ground with ropes. I would like to do as much of the work as possible prior to hauling up the completed drop-in wood deck panels. Can I get away with creating and staining the panels following a “weathering” period where the wood has been stacked in tiers in my dry basement? thanks 

Ronald Bourgeois
Ronald Bourgeois
8 months ago

Do pigment stains last longer than transparent stains on a new pine treated deck?

Keith Ferrigno
Keith Ferrigno
8 months ago

I recently had a deck built on 4/5/21
It’s just over a month using the brand yellow wood, I am now seeing what appears to be splitting of some of the deck boards, and two of the post. Is the normal part of the drying process?
Thanks

Patricia Fresvik
Patricia Fresvik
8 months ago

Would you recommend 30second cleaning before staining a wood deck that southern exposure ? We have just replaced a few boards that were rotted and need to clean and restain
the whole deck

Karen Hepp
Karen Hepp
9 months ago

We are in Parker, Colorado. We had all new cedar fencing installed in November 2020. We were told to wait to stain/seal and have an oil based natural stain in mind to match our front panels which have done well with the product (Cabot Australian Timber Oil). Spring is here and we are noticing water bleed stains. Did not expect this! What do we do about the water stains? Thank you!!

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David W Unterman
David W Unterman
9 months ago

great site, thanks. Especially like the way your answers quickly get to the point. Also that you name specific brands and products.

mike johnson
mike johnson
9 months ago

One year old cedar fence. What transparent stain do you recommend. I stained the posts and the rails earlier with a semi transparent stain ( Behr )… is it OK to apply the clear stain over to speed up the work?

mike johnson
mike johnson
9 months ago

…the cedar pickets are bare … only the 4×4 posts and 2×4 rails have a year old coat of Behrs waterbased stain and looks good, I was hoping to put a 2nd coat on these to save time and not have to block off.. but if I have to I have to. Thanks for the advice.

Mike
Mike
9 months ago

Hello, I’m in Central Oregon, high desert, mostly dry, sunny warm summers, not much rain, some snow in winter. Unstained reclaimed redwood deck. Aged through the winter. What products do you recommend?

John
John
9 months ago

I built a linear-ish pergola last October using 5×5 white cedar fence posts and 1×6 white cedar deck boards (smooth). It has been weathering ever since, untreated, through a Massachusetts winter. I am planning to use TWP 1500 (unless advised otherwise!). Is a cleaner/brightener an appropriate step to take before staining, given that it is a vertical/elevated structure and has not been walked on or gotten especially dirty? It has definitely weather/lightened a bit in the last 7-8 months, but has stayed otherwise clean.

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Dave
Dave
9 months ago

Last year we got our deck wood replaced. The knots on the pressure treated are coming off, review attached picture.
What should we do to prep it before we stain it this year. We are going to stain it ourselves as we did not like the shortcuts that were taken by the contractor.

We live in Michigan and the deck sees at least 10-12 hours of direct sunlight everyday,

Your guidance will be much appreciated

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Dave
Dave
9 months ago

Thanks for prompt response. Should I use any kind of wood fillers ?
Replacing that deck boards is the best option ?

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