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Cleaning salt creep

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Anyone have a good solution to cleaning old, thick salt creep? Refurbishing a stand and have some serious clean up to do. Taking any and all recommendations.

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I used a sander but I was also was repainting the whole thing.

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I used a sander but I was also was repainting the whole thing.

That's what I'm thinking cause I don't relish the idea of saturating he wood w water and I will be sanding out the inside anyway and restaining.


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That's what I'm thinking cause I don't relish the idea of saturating he wood w water and I will be sanding out the inside anyway and restaining.

 

 

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Just make sure you sand it well. If you dont, the paint will more than likely peel. I'm seeing peeling with mine, but I dont know if it's just because water got behind the paint.

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