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Unfortunately, there is no stain on the market I am aware of that will sustain the effects of chlorine on it combined with full sun UV
any longer. A quick cleaning/neutralization and reapplication is all I can suggest at this point.
Hopefully, others may lend their experiences.
Consider though, my experiences with products is skewed by comparison due to the VOC regulations in our region over what you
have access to purchase in yours.
I am restoring a cedar pool deck for a customer previously they used TWP and were not happy due to clorine water damaging the finish in less than three months any recommendations for a stain that would be more durable would be welcomed. I am thinking most likely a salad stain thank you Mike
The parts you outlined (facing up) would be the same as the outward facing part of the trim.
Where the trim and the decking butt together, one cannot access to apply.
The decking would be one color and the trim would be complete in making a border in the solid color.
Yes, the 2x4 bottom and top rails would be all one color.
The 4x4 post would all be one color.
The 2x6 decking would be the alternate color.