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Old 09-13-2012, 02:01 PM   #16
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The all steel deck! Few hours in summer sun, ain't nobody gonna be waltzin around bare foot scratchin that up with beeezarr toe claws. Makes outdoor cooking a breeze, how ya want your deck eggs fried?

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The all steel deck! Few hours in summer sun, ain't nobody gonna be waltzin around bare foot scratchin that up with beeezarr toe claws. Makes outdoor cooking a breeze, how ya want your deck eggs fried?
Nope, incorrect. Aluminum decking is cooler underfoot than most composites and PVC's and even many WOOD deck products.
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Old 09-13-2012, 04:00 PM   #18
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wait i got another one.


I cant see any scratches on the deck. Could you possibly move your toe nail?
lmfao!!!!
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Heat gun will help some

The toes or the scratches?
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The toes or the scratches?
I recommend a cigar cutter for the toenails...
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You got it backerds. Use toenail for cigar cutter. Shoot, you could cut a nail with that nail.

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