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I purchased a lot of CorrectDeck to cover our new deck and front porch in the spring of 2005. Within the first year it discolored and faded in such an odd way. I attempted to clean it with a very mild car wash detergent and a soft bristled brush. I also rinsed it regularly and kept the deck very clean from snow and dirt. After I cleaned the deck with a scrubbing it looked better, but not great. Then the nasty stains came back within weeks. The following year I called CorrectDeck and explained what happened and told them I wanted it looked at. The customer service agent proceeded to tell me it was mold and it needed to be treated. Now this "Maintenance Free" or "Low Maintenance" deck as I was told by the sales rep when I purchased it at Hammond Lumber needs to be washed with a special agent and treated for mold regularly. So I started researching the problem and found over 150 posts on Bob Vila's forum of people having the same problems. Also getting the run around from CorrectDeck. This is just one source from one simple search! The talk now is class action law suit and I am in the process of filing a claim with the Attorney General of the State of Maine. We as consumers are very well protected and have a great Consumer Law Guide here in Maine. I work hard for my money and dont need to be sold low quality products that are EXPENSIVE and said to be maintenance free at the time of purchase, NOW the tune has changed since all the problems have started and been reported.

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