3,988 oil finish Pool Design Photos

Jeffrey Smith
Wine Country Residence
Ideabooks11,774
Questions7
rust, oil, and grease-scrub with scouring powder and TSP, then rinse with water. If the oil stains are new, cover with a dry powder material to absorb the stain. Do not scrub. gum, adhesive, asphalt, etc.-pile ice on top to soak, and then scrape off There are also cleaners specifically made for concrete
“integral color concrete in bamboo, then acid washed to give it a sandstone like finish” — Elizabeth
John Kraemer & Sons
30 Reviews
Indoor Spa
Ideabooks5,431
Questions7
floor finished off like this. Our tub will sit about 3 1/2 feet off the ground, and take up quite a lot of floor space. We don't want to change the walls, or anything else, except add underfloor radiant heat. finish off with reclaimed natural stone, or glass tile.
oiled bronze door handles
“Size of pool” — sadamu
Cassy Aoyagi, FormLA Landscaping
1 Review
Beverly Hills Splash
Ideabooks1,161
Questions3
timber oil application would restore the rich appearance. Good luck
Clean Finish
“pool tanning ledge” — bourget_tracy
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Spa Oasis
Ideabooks3,859
Questions5
of deck oil
pool finishing
“Edge tile to decking” — renopetrie
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Balaclava Road Project - C.O.S Design
Ideabooks14,982
Questions11
me what finish and color you used?
Cutek oil stain but there is no product that will fully protect the timber from the harsh water.
“Estilo” — David Verdoy
Solaris Inc.
1 Review
Solaris Inc.
Ideabooks1,246
Questions0
4. To Oil or Not to OilSome vendors recommend oiling teak as a preservative to help maintain its color. The downside: Oiling can promote mold and mildew. When deciding whether or not to oil, consider where the furniture is placed. If it’s in a covered or enclosed area in constant shade, the sun won’t
“escaleras para alberca” — lepetipi
CplusC Architectural Workshop
4 Reviews
Tennyson Point
Ideabooks1,714
Questions1
5. Oil any timber decking. Clean the timber with a little Napisan in warm water and scrub with a stiff-bristle brush. Rinse down the timber and allow to dry for a couple of days. Use a decking brush to apply the oil in long even strokes one board at a time. A fresh oiling will repel any water and
“Long sleek pool” — jags0524
Crisp Architects
36 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks9,743
Questions8
Blast oil and grease stains in the garage or driveway by pouring baking soda directly on them. Scrub with a wet brush and rinse. Battle icy walkways with a sprinkling of baking soda.
•Blast oil and grease stains in the garage or driveway by pouring baking soda directly on them. Scrub with a wet brush and rinse. •Battle icy walkways with a sprinkling of baking soda. Have any other cleaning uses for baking soda? Share your tips in the Comments section below.
Blast oil and grease stains in the garage or driveway by pouring baking soda directly on them. Scrub with a wet brush and rinse.Battle icy walkways with a sprinkling of baking soda.Have any other cleaning uses for baking soda? Share your tips in the Comments section below.
“Place for bbq” — jbdaws
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