Morning Everybody, Figured I'd post this here as a lot of you guys seem to know what you're doing with DIY home projects: I just bought a house in January and knew I was going to have to do a bit of work on the deck when I bought it. Structurally, it's in good shape, but I could see (and the home inspector pointed out), that whatever was on the surface was peeling up and the deck needs to be resurfaced. At first I thought it was stain that was on the deck, but after looking through the organized pile of paint cans left behind by the previous owner I can see it's this shitty product called Behr Deck over. From what I read online so far it's very difficult to get up, and this is what I'm finding. I borrowed a friends power washer and that did not work well at all. In order to take any of it up, I had to score the wood. Next I tried using one of those wire brushes to remove the paint and it did an alright job getting up some of the loose stuff. I really dont want to sand the whole deck as it's friggin huge (probably 15-20 ft wide by around 50-60 ft long, picture is attached- there is probably another 5-10 ft in length that is not shown in this pic). What can I do here? Are there any products I can put down over this behr deck over, or do I need to remove it all first somehow? If I need to get it all up, does anyone know how this can be accomplished while still maintaining the integrity of the wood? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.