How to Remove Lumber Mill Ink Stamps on Pressure-Treated Wood


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Lumber companies stamp their products -- such as pressure-treated wood -- with a ink marker or stamp. These stamps indicate which lumber mill the wood came from as well as the wood species and grade. When building structures -- such as patios and decks -- these stamps are typically placed downward so they are out of sight. However, if the stamps are accidentally placed face up, it can cause an unsightly reminder of the mistake.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Rubber gloves
Lacquer thinner
Small plastic container
Scouring pad
Fine-grit sandpaper
Electric hand sander

Put on a pair of rubber gloves. Pour lacquer thinner into


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