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Old 14-03-2016, 12:08
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Hello all, l have just bought 5 litres tin of Wickes own brand decking oil for 14-99. I don't think this offer is available in store I bought it click & collect on the web, ordered last night picked it up this morning. I think this offer is only for the natural oak. Half price can't be bad.thought it might be of interest to those with decking at their vans.
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Old 14-03-2016, 13:40
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our park does not allow wooden decking.i don,t miss having to treat it one little bit,i must admit.
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our park does not allow wooden decking.i don,t miss having to treat it one little bit,i must admit.
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Don't know which is the easiest, timber or uPVC. We find it a bind having to clean off all the algae at the beginning of the season as have yet to find any treatment to prevent it. We are alongside a lake though so that doesn't help.
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Don't know which is the easiest, timber or uPVC. We find it a bind having to clean off all the algae at the beginning of the season as have yet to find any treatment to prevent it. We are alongside a lake though so that doesn't help.
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