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Thompson WaterSeal Edges of Exposed Wood

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The shed has recently been improved.

It was somewhat dilapidated before my hubby started, but the wood was somewhat solid. He added tin to the roof and a door to the front.

Previous to now, there was no wall, and no door.

It's a combination of plywood siding and green treated wood. I don't need to waterseal the green treated.

Before

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I painted the 2 x 4 studs under the roof tin. I painted the trim around the plywood front, and the plywood front. I was too short to reach, so I stood on a wooden block.

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The waterseal has a milky look to it. You can kind of see your progress. It doesn't need a second coat

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