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Feb 20, 2009 When removing snow from your decking, only use a plastic shovel. While you may use snow and ice melt on your deck, do not chip at ice as 【Get Price】

Snow and Ice Removal on Composite Decks Deck Talk - Fiberon

Dec 29, 2016 and tricks to properly remove snow and ice from a PVC or composite deck. Ice melt is the ideal choice, since sand is naturally abrasive and 【Get Price】

How to Recycle Old Broken Crayons Today's Homeowner

Watch this video to find out how to recycle old broken crayons by melting them in a microwave, and pouring the wax into plastic molds to form new shapes. 【Get Price】

How to Fix Nicks and Gouges Using Crayons ? DIY Projects & Videos

Jul 7, 2017 Lawn & Garden · Decks, Patios & Porches · Fences & Gates How to Fix Nicks and Gouges Using Crayons Then, using a butane gas lighter like those used to light fireplaces, candles or grills, I carefully melt the tip of the crayon, and let Often, I add a second color using a different crayon; then blend the 【Get Price】

3 Tips for Maintaining Composite Decks in Ice and Snow

Dec 27, 2017 Homeowners with decks made with composite decking materials between the boards so that water from rain and melting snow is able to flow 【Get Price】

How to Remove Candle Wax from Wood ? How To Clean

Cynthia asked: How do I remove wax from a wooden deck? We had a citronella candle on our composite deck that melted, and some wax fell onto the deck. 【Get Price】

Cleaning a Composite Deck ThriftyFun

May 24, 2018 This is a guide about cleaning a composite deck. Composite decks are considered more Question: Removing Melted Plastic from Seventrust Deck. 【Get Price】

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Nov 17, 2014 We had a citronella candle on our composite deck that melted howto remove crayon from composite deck Vinyl and compositedecking may be 【Get Price】

Deck Maintenance How to Clean Composite Decking Fiberon

Fiberon composite decking products are engineered to last. To remove ice and snow never use sand, use a calcium chloride-based “ice-melt” or rock salt. 【Get Price】