A Sight To See
This post brought to you by Flood Wood Care. All opinions are 100% mine.
There used to be a road along our coastline where many amazing wood carving projects were displayed. Unfortunately, those sculptures are no longer there and my suspicion is that they deteriorated rather quick, being exposed to the sun and the sea.
The same can happen to any of your wooden buildings, like it did with ours, patio furniture and decks for instance and it is of the highest priority to protect and preserve them by using the best exterior wood stains and wood cleaners around; the Flood® Wood Care products.
Not only will it result in stunning effects, but you also get high quality and long-lasting performance while saving time, money and effort. Flood® is the best solution for any wood care projects we may take on this summer!
No wonder Flood® has earned its reputation as "The Wood Care Specialist". Founded in 1841 by a family of painters who know the ropes, their products have been recognized in the wood care industry for their reliability and are used by many loyal customers.
There is a national Take it Easy Sweepstakes going on at Flood®, which started on May 15, 2012, and will end at 11:59 p.m. ET on July 15, 2012. If you are the owner of a home with a wooden deck that is free of damage, you need to enter and become eligible for the one available Grand Prize.
The Grand Prize is a $2,000 check to pay for a contractor to come and stain your deck, up to $500 retail value of Flood® wood care products and project-related materials which will be delivered at your home and another $2,000 check to organize an uncanny home deck party.
To have a shot at this Grand Prize with a retail value of around $4,500, visit www.flood.com, follow the link to the Sweepstakes registration page, complete and submit the official registration entry form and you will receive one entry into the Grand Prize.
That is all there is too it, but don't wait; make sure to have entered before midnight on July 15, 2012 and your deck could be one gorgeous site to see!