Yay!!! I'm so glad it worked for you too. It looks terrific!
I've never tried that but I sure will now. Thanks for the tip.
I am wondering how I missed so many of your posts? I don't think blogger is updating properly!! So...first off, congratulations on the new shirt on the line for your daughter and son in law!!!! That Cedar is just too darn cute. And eating the lime was so funny!! Are they there on a mission?I love Oxy Clean. Their products are all wonderful. The laundry stain removal is wonderful too.Hugs,Kris
What nice weather you have.It still is raining around here, so the moss is still growing. We will have to wait another month before we can use the Oxy Clean. It's a great idea and we will try. Does Seth make house calls?
Oh boy... now you see it now you don't! Looks fantastic!dee dee
Whoa! That is absolutely stunning! An intense remover, you might say. And it’s good that OxiClean is 95percent natural! That’s a good criterion when choosing a stain remover. Just a tip: stay away from bleach-based deck cleaners, as bleach will kill mold and mildew but will definitely not clean the wood. It merely bleaches it out.
Wow! I’ll sure try this one. Cleaning is absolutely a hassle, but it’ll be more bearable with this tip. Thanks!- Kylee Groves -
WOW! Very thorough and practical tips. :D Looks like you found a great companion in that cleaning agent! Thanks for the post! I’ll definitely apply some of your methods on our deck.,Angelina
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