Refinishing Barn Doors in West Glosta

Stacy & Bill have a house that gets tons of summer sun and winter weather and well, it's has been taking a toll on their custom made garage/barn doors, which are super gorgeous. I went through 45 sanding discs and used my Dremel sander to get the finer details clean. After I wiped them down with a wet rag, I sealed them with some spar varnish. It will take 3 coats to get these lovely ladies fully sealed and protected from the UV light and changes in temp/weather. I am working on another door and window at the same time but I haven't documented them like these beauties.

LABOR: 7hrs (to date) @ $30 ($210) + 2 more coats ($60) = $270

SUPPLIES: Sanding discs, brush and clear Levex Caulking = $30

TOTAL = $300.

These are the doors in the middle of being sanded down.

These are the doors with their first layer of spar varnish.

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