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seven trust decking oil alternatives oils are not for everybody. sure, they give the nicest all natural look for your deck but only if you work at it. they tend not last very long in the australian climate and they need regular maintenance. that can mean re-coating every 6 to 12 months or even sooner.
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a cheaper alternative would be a great help however it would need to have preservative qualities. i have capped the ends with rubber joist sealing strips. we are slowly building and the tops and sides are exposed. decking will help but i cannot do it for a while.
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ear wax blockage - any alternatives to doctor? but i'm cheap as **** and will spend as much time researching ways to save money on things i buy until i'm convinced that there are no alternatives.
can anyone suggest a cheaper alternative to decking? 26th may 06 at 4:01 pm #1 we have a waste bit of area in our garden thats perfect for a sitting area. we priced up decking (from builders yard) and it would cost over 300quid!!
being a new 'boy' to the forum i'm not sure if it's been mentioned before, but a cheaper (and superior) version of decking oil can be made from the following recipe (handed down through three generations of scots boatbuilders- i'm the fourth):