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Old 08-26-2019, 06:35 PM   #1
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Is this product crap?

Ive had three loads for the same deck show up and over half of them are scratched. I cant get this deck im working on finished because im short 17 20fters and i cant manage to get an unscratched load of Pro Tect in chesnut. The lumber yard is all "gwarsh all decking has scratches in it....thats just how it goes"
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Old 08-27-2019, 06:09 PM   #2
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BS. Tell them to bring you a full unit and let you take what your want from it.


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I just finished a Fiberon chestnut color job and had some scratched 20's as well... I find the Fiberon is not as scratch resistant as Trex Transcend...
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Reminds me of the Timbertech earthwoods. I did a ground level deck that scratched up before I could get out of the job. People spend a fortune on the stuff, we become ambassadors of the product
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Reminds me of the Timbertech earthwoods. I did a ground level deck that scratched up before I could get out of the job. People spend a fortune on the stuff, we become ambassadors of the product
I had problems with that Timbertech crap also.Finish color wore off on stair treads in under a year! Timbertech is a great marketing company...
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