This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Flood Wood Care. All opinions are 100% mine.
Happy summer dear readers! Now that the season has officially changed, I imagine you will all be spending as much time as possible outdoors—in your backyards especially.
The 4th of July and Canada Day are right around the corner, meaning ther will be lots of outdoor entertaining and barbecues coming up shortly. All those wood elements in your backyard will likely have weathered over the cold winter and rainy spring. You’ll likely want those decks, fences and outdoor furniture pieces to look their best for your guests, but also because maintaining the wood will prevent it drying out and cracking. For the best results, stick with a brand that knows how to get great results. Go with “The Wood Care Specialist” Flood® Wood Care. Their reputation as specialists in wood care come from their desire to help their customers maintain, preserve and refresh their wood products.
Before it gets too hot outside, it would be a good idea to get those wood care projects out of the way. What are you planning to spruce up in your backyard? Flood® Wood Care was founded in 1841 by a family of painters —so you know that the products can be trusted. My uncle’s deck could really use a new staining and refinishing. What about your deck? Luckily, a deck refinish doesn’t have to be done by you — enter the Take it Easy Sweepstakes, and you could win all the supplies PLUS labor (bonus!) to complete your project. On top of that, the winner will also receive $2000 to help you with after-project entertaining with your family and friends.
How would you celebrate a newly refinished back deck, for instance? Would you have a barbecue, or maybe a summer backyard picnic? I always thought it would be fun to pitch a tent in the backyard for an under-the-stars evening fun. If you want to try to win the sweepstakes, all you have to do to enter is to follow the link above to fill in your details.
I’d love to know — what wood surfaces in your backyard could do with a bit of sprucing up?