Just sharing our latest project, with timber, plants, firepit, decking oil, paint and lights purchased from Bunnings Lawnton. We made a tabletop for the firepit with leftover decking timber, so it can be used all year round 😊
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Nice one @gaillen - thanks for sharing!
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The deck is just wet @Bundaboy.
You can see it's been raining because water is dripping down the sides of the platform.
There are "wet-look" decking oils available though, eg https://www.bunnings.com.au/feast-watson-4l-wet-look-decking-oil_p1520426
K, seen many, many wet decks without that kind of reflection, but it is what it is I spose. Cheers.
Yes I had thought of that but I couldn't convince myself water alone would make wood that reflective (unless pooled) - so maybe it's a combination of the water and the finish.
No I can't see the water dripping down the sides, but my eyes have never been great and now they are nearly 66 years old.