by Lee Wyatt
(last updated September 26, 2016)
If you have recently built a deck or other outdoor addition, then chances are treated wood was used in some shape or fashion. This type of wood is most often used due to it being better able to withstand the stress and wear and tear that comes with being outside. Due to this ability and process painting treated wood can often present some challenges, which can easily be overcome if you follow these instructions.
After you have finished painting the treated wood, all you really need to do is clean everything up. Well, that and keeping track of the type of paint you used so that you can do repair work later on if necessary. It can often be difficult to match paints if you don't know exactly what kind you have before hand.
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