Last summer when walking by the top of the steps and looking at the front door I noticed sunlight peeking through a long thin split in one of the panels in the door. This prompted me to think of ways to revitalize the door. It's impossible to know when it was last stained, but whatever was used was flaking badly, and the wood was dry. I decided to experiment and use Penofin on the door. Penofin is an exterior wood finish with a Brazilian Rosewood Oil base that protects and nourishes wood fibers far deeper than standard stains, while still allowing the wood to "breathe." Penofin also inhibits ultraviolet damage and darkening, provides mildew protection, and there's no surface film to trap moisture, chip, or peel.
Removing the front door immediately drew the attention of our slightly overweight ninja cat Kali, she is deceptively fast when she is motivated.
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