I've finished my red cedar arondack chairs and am now looking into finishing
them. I live in the Northwest where they will be exposed to the extreme of
the elements! I am looking for the extreme in easy maintenance thought
being every couple of years very light sanding and apply more oil and wipe
off. I would like to just let go to the natural cedar grey but wife wants
to preserve the "cedar" color...what's a guy to do?!! Anyways looking for
suggestions like tung oil, boiled linseed, ect. not at all interested in
anything that will "buildup" over repeated apllications like a varnish ect.
Penofin oils are pretty much the standard that the pros use for
Hey, can you share any pictures? I am actually trying to ramp up some
production of my Adirondacks using that same material. I am really
hopig I can finish all of my shaping, drilling and assmebly fixtures
in time to actually sell some this season. Just had unavoidable
Would love to see what your project looks like.
I have been using Superdeck around the yard for the last 5 or so years.
Simple to use, lasts for a few years even in our climate...Saskatchewan
Canada. I will try to post a picture ( to ABPW)of a patio set I made last
winter that I have Finished with "Superdeck #1901 Cedar"
Here is the link to their website....
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