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Deck sanding

Posted by Frank V.

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Niddrie VIC 3042, Australia

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Friday, 12th Jan 2018
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I have about 35-40sqm of decking that I’d like sanded back 2 ml so I can get it looking new again. Can I get a quote for sanding it back. I can provide the sander and paper if needed.
You will need to screw the remaining 400 galvanised screws down a few ml first. My hammer drill died so I’ve done close to 800 already. Will also need 2 coats of decking oil applied.
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Mario J.
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Hi Frank. I can complete the weekend 20/21st jan. Offer to prep screws, full sand and apply 2x coats oil. All equipment, machine hire, tax and airtasker fee included. You just supply stain/oil. Thanks
9 months ago
Anthony L.
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More than happy to complete this task for you. I’m a carpenter by trade. My offer is for labour and Airtasker fee. Thanks hope to see you soon.
10 months ago
Clement S.
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I can do that for you I already sand this same kind of decking for an art gallery, I will need the stuff provide
10 months ago
Kunal N.
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If you can provide the equipment needed then I can help you with your task mate.
10 months ago
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Hi frank. I can do this Wednesday if it suits
Hey Frank when u need this done by? If u want it professionally done by myself or any other professional u will be looking at around 1100 to 1200 including materials and about 2 days work for the second or third coat
I have the sander drills and applicator for oil. All u need to purchase is the oil.
I would try go a grit. But buff it out with a polyvac 80grit or an orbital sander for best results then stain or polish 3 coats for a longer durability pp
Hey Frank, if u have the time to DIY would save $$$ cos you have a pretty straight run with the drum sander ($60 Bunning) rather than some decks that have many edges and corners making it awkward to sand but for a professional floor sander would cost much more as its based m2 rate.
Hope I could be of help with assistance in advising. Cheers mate
Frank V.poster
Thanks Jaychob, I was hoping to do it myself but was worried that I’d dig divots into the wood when I drop the sander on it for each run. Would using a 40 grit followed by a 150 do the job?
Thanks again.
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