A wooden swing set provides entertainment for your children, unless your child gets a splinter from cracked wood or the wood breaks due to rot.Wood is a common choice for the structure due to its strength and the ease with which you can make additions. The one drawback is that it is more susceptible to damage from the sun, rain, and snow.
DIY playset restoration and refinishing is not as hard as the job sounds if you have the right tools! Today I’m going to show you how to restore a swing set or playset that’s seen its better days. Watch the video from Fix This Build That for more info:
After a few days of work the swing set looks almost brand new and it can be a feature point of the backyard again vs an eye sore.I’m using the new Elite3300 Gas Pressure Washer from Briggs & Stratton to do the majority of the heavy lifting on this playset restoration.
I did a full wooden playset restoration on my kid’s old swing set. Pressure washing and refinishing the play set brought it back to life and it looks brand new now.