Restore-A-Deck Kit

$49.99
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Make Restoring Your Exterior Wood ...Easy!

Our kit provides enough product to clean and then brighten an average 25'x12' deck with rails and 3 steps (600-800 total sq.feet). For, a fence this package will clean and then brighten both sides of 50 feet of fence.

You will receive 1 container of RAD Step 1 Wood Cleaner and 1 container of RAD Step 2 Wood Brightener.

Leftover product can be used to clean concrete, house siding, lawn furniture, and awnings. (Do not use over grass, clean furniture on a hard surface)

RAD STEP 1 WOOD DECK CLEANER DESCRIPTION
Restore-A-Deck Wood Cleaner is a powdered concentrate that is mixed with water. It safely cleans and restores the natural beauty of exterior wood. This product also cleans weathered composite lumber, removing mold, mildew, and algae along with the silver-gray color that can develop over time. Restores all wood surfaces to their original appearance Restore-A-Deck Wood Cleaner will not harm wood fibers, pets, grass, or most plants. Restore-a-Deck Step 1 Wood Cleaner is not a stain stripper or remover of old stains. Please see Restore-A-Deck Stripper Kit if you are trying to remove a semi-transparent stain.

*This product is Step 1 Cleaner of the Restore A Deck system. 

RAD STEP 2 WOOD BRIGHTENER DESCRIPTION
Restore-A-Deck Wood Brightener is a biodegradable, powdered concentrate that is mixed with water to brighten and restore the natural beauty of all species of exterior wood. This product excels at brightening, removing rust stains, and tannin stains caused by fallen leaves. Restore-A-Deck Wood Brightener is a safe, product that will not only brighten but neutralize the surface of the wood, creating an ideal surface that is ready to be stained.

*This product is step 2 Wood Brightener of the Restore A Deck system.

RAD CLEANER AND BRIGHTENER ADVANTAGES

  • #1 Rated Wood Deck Stain Cleaner and Wood Brightener
  • RAD Wood Cleaner is designed specifically for all Exterior Wood and Composite Decking
  • RAD Wood Cleaner Preps new wood, weathered wood, and maintenance coats
  • RAD Wood Brightener neutralizes stain strippers
  • RAD Wood Brightener brightens and restores wood surfaces
  • RAD Wood Brightener restore pH balance of wood
  • Powdered formulas makes 5 liquid gallons when mixed
  • Extremely cost effective. When mixed, the cost is less than $7 a gallon
  • Eco-Safe formulas
  • Safe to use on all exterior wood surfaces, not just decks

Reviews

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Prep for cleaning new wood or dirty and gray decks.

Use when doing a maintenance coat of Armstrong Clark.

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    Administrator · 07/19/2015
    Matt H:
    I am going to be building a new deck starting next week and should be done the first week of August. We are in the Pacific Northwest and the deck material is 2x6 STK Cedar. What is the timing that I should be staining it? In this area we have a lot of grey/damp days October through May, so don't want to wait to long to stain as even September can be damp.

    My plan was to stain at the end of August (weather dependent) and doing the RAD cleaner kit.

    Am I on the right path? Any other advice?

    Matt,

    Please read this: http://www.armstrongclarkstain.com/new-decking-and-armstrong-clark-stain
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    Matt H · 07/17/2015
    I am going to be building a new deck starting next week and should be done the first week of August. We are in the Pacific Northwest and the deck material is 2x6 STK Cedar. What is the timing that I should be staining it? In this area we have a lot of grey/damp days October through May, so don't want to wait to long to stain as even September can be damp.

    My plan was to stain at the end of August (weather dependent) and doing the RAD cleaner kit.

    Am I on the right path? Any other advice?
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    Administrator · 07/13/2015
    Red Gravy:
    I just gave my deck an extreme pressure washing.(held the wand 2"-3" from the surface) It stripped whatever stain was on there (actually left some marks in the wood in some spots) and looks really good. How much of a difference will the RAD cleaner (& brightener?) make?
    This is a Brazilian hardwood and I intend on using your Hardwood Mahogany Semi-Trans.
    Thanks for your help.

    If the wood is clean then you should be okay to proceed.
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    Red Gravy · 07/12/2015
    I just gave my deck an extreme pressure washing.(held the wand 2"-3" from the surface) It stripped whatever stain was on there (actually left some marks in the wood in some spots) and looks really good. How much of a difference will the RAD cleaner (& brightener?) make?
    This is a Brazilian hardwood and I intend on using your Hardwood Mahogany Semi-Trans.
    Thanks for your help.
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    Administrator · 06/20/2015
    Alan Blaugrund:
    This is a followup question. I had asked about a one year old ipe table top that is starting to fade. It was stained by the manufacturer. You recommended your Restore a Deck kit and then you stain. Since I don't know what type of stain is on the deck now, do I have to strip it before I use your Restore a Deck kit or do I just need to strip it and just use the stain.
    Thanks

    I would suggest the Rad Stripper instead of the kit. Then use the RAD brightener.
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    Alan Blaugrund · 06/19/2015
    This is a followup question. I had asked about a one year old ipe table top that is starting to fade. It was stained by the manufacturer. You recommended your Restore a Deck kit and then you stain. Since I don't know what type of stain is on the deck now, do I have to strip it before I use your Restore a Deck kit or do I just need to strip it and just use the stain.
    Thanks
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    Administrator · 06/13/2015
    Ron Janke:
    I just sent a message asking about a cleaner for cleaning a deck stained last year, prior to applying a second coat this year.
    The answer will likely be your RAD cleaner which I just noticed on your web site. I live in Canada and your product is not available here. The contractor purchased the rustic stain in Michigan.
    There are other deck cleaners out there but I am afraid they will remove some of the stain. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    The RAD will remove the some of the stain as well. It is designed for reapplications.
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    Administrator · 06/13/2015
    Chris:
    Can restore-a-deck touch paint and other home materials when cleaning a deck? I have a 20 x 30 ft deck attached to our home and I was wondering if the product will interact with painted wood doors, windows, and painted siding when I clean my deck. Do I need to put plastic on everything? Thank you for your help.

    It does not harm paint but make sure to pre wet and rinse to avoid general dirt and soap drying on the paint.
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    Ron Janke · 06/12/2015
    I just sent a message asking about a cleaner for cleaning a deck stained last year, prior to applying a second coat this year.
    The answer will likely be your RAD cleaner which I just noticed on your web site. I live in Canada and your product is not available here. The contractor purchased the rustic stain in Michigan.
    There are other deck cleaners out there but I am afraid they will remove some of the stain. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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    Chris · 06/12/2015
    Can restore-a-deck touch paint and other home materials when cleaning a deck? I have a 20 x 30 ft deck attached to our home and I was wondering if the product will interact with painted wood doors, windows, and painted siding when I clean my deck. Do I need to put plastic on everything? Thank you for your help.
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    Administrator · 05/27/2015
    Karen K:
    I'm planning an application of semi-solid AC stain and wondering how many days of dry weather following application are necessary for AC. Other brands can require as many as 3 dry days.

    12-24 Hours should be okay for most scenarios.
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    Karen K · 05/27/2015
    I'm planning an application of semi-solid AC stain and wondering how many days of dry weather following application are necessary for AC. Other brands can require as many as 3 dry days.
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    Administrator · 05/25/2015
    Paul Geissler:
    I have an IPE deck that I have stained in the past with a different product. I am switching to Armstrong and I was wondering if I should do both steps of the cleaning and brightening for IPE wood?

    Yes you should prep with the kit if the old stain is not still on the wood. If it is then you will need to use the RAD stripper instead of the cleaner.
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    Paul Geissler · 05/25/2015
    I have an IPE deck that I have stained in the past with a different product. I am switching to Armstrong and I was wondering if I should do both steps of the cleaning and brightening for IPE wood?
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    Administrator · 05/11/2015
    Jim Smith - Tenn:
    We have installed a new CEDAR sided Octagonal Gazebo linked to our new pressure treated deck and railing design.
    Deck I Pressure Treated (Home Depot) Pine.

    Deck is laid out in a picture frame format and we are trying to use dark stain on the picture frame and lighter, clear on the main section within the frames.

    Worried about clear stains and no UV.

    Can you recommend the following:
    Best for newer (6 mo) Cedar Gazebo staining/prep? Would like to maintain deep Cedar Color and not let it grey out.

    Can you recommend combination of pigment selection for deck picture frame dark color on deck and main body color lighter or near clear (with some UV protection)? I can send some pictures, but would like to see an example if you have some customers who have sent finished work on gazebos and/or decks.

    Thanks

    Jim Smith - Morristown, Tn 423-587-8344

    Look at the semi-transaparent cedar for the lighter color and the Rustic Brown for the darker color. I would suggest ordering some samples from the link about to test the colors. Make sure to prep first with the Restore A Deck Kit.
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    Jim Smith - Tenn · 05/11/2015
    We have installed a new CEDAR sided Octagonal Gazebo linked to our new pressure treated deck and railing design.
    Deck I Pressure Treated (Home Depot) Pine.

    Deck is laid out in a picture frame format and we are trying to use dark stain on the picture frame and lighter, clear on the main section within the frames.

    Worried about clear stains and no UV.

    Can you recommend the following:
    Best for newer (6 mo) Cedar Gazebo staining/prep? Would like to maintain deep Cedar Color and not let it grey out.

    Can you recommend combination of pigment selection for deck picture frame dark color on deck and main body color lighter or near clear (with some UV protection)? I can send some pictures, but would like to see an example if you have some customers who have sent finished work on gazebos and/or decks.

    Thanks

    Jim Smith - Morristown, Tn 423-587-8344
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    Administrator · 04/13/2015
    Carol Wright:
    Two years ago we stained our mahogany deck with Cabot Australian Timber Oil (water-based formula). This year we plan to switch to an Armstrong Clark hardwood stain. In the past we have prepped the deck using Cabot Problem Solver Wood Cleaner and Brightener. Would you recommend we continue to use the Cabot products to remove ATO or switch to Armstrong Clark? If AC, will the Restore-A-Deck Kit do the job or will we need to use Restore-A-Deck Stripper?
    Thank you.

    Use the RAD Stripper and Brightener for the prep. It would work the best.
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    Carol Wright · 04/13/2015
    Two years ago we stained our mahogany deck with Cabot Australian Timber Oil (water-based formula). This year we plan to switch to an Armstrong Clark hardwood stain. In the past we have prepped the deck using Cabot Problem Solver Wood Cleaner and Brightener. Would you recommend we continue to use the Cabot products to remove ATO or switch to Armstrong Clark? If AC, will the Restore-A-Deck Kit do the job or will we need to use Restore-A-Deck Stripper?
    Thank you.
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    Administrator · 03/31/2015
    Terry Garrity:
    Hi. My IPE deck is only 6 mos old but I wan to stain it dark. I dont believe I need brightner? Do you sell just the cleaner along with the stain?

    We only sell it in the kit.
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    Terry Garrity · 03/31/2015
    Hi. My IPE deck is only 6 mos old but I wan to stain it dark. I dont believe I need brightner? Do you sell just the cleaner along with the stain?
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    Administrator · 02/25/2015
    jvarnum512@gmail.com:
    Hello, Inadvertently a hole was puncher in the bottom of my gallon can of Amber Hardwood/Ipy stain. Before I realized the problem I had walked with the can and had dribbled amber stain across my paver driveway. I immediately rubbed the dribbles with clear paint thiner using paper towels. Then I hosed all it down with a water jet spray. Now the water has dried and there is still noticeable dribbles across the driveway pavers. Does AC have any suggestions on further removing the stain from the pavers? Thank you again for all your help and the stained Semi-Cedar fence and Amber IPY decks look great!

    Try a graffiti remover from your local paint store. You may need to scrub heavily or pressure wash as well. It will also fade in a week or two.
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    Jeffrey Varnum · 02/24/2015
    Hello, Inadvertently a hole was puncher in the bottom of my gallon can of Amber Hardwood/Ipy stain. Before I realized the problem I had walked with the can and had dribbled amber stain across my paver driveway. I immediately rubbed the dribbles with clear paint thiner using paper towels. Then I hosed all it down with a water jet spray. Now the water has dried and there is still noticeable dribbles across the driveway pavers. Does AC have any suggestions on further removing the stain from the pavers? Thank you again for all your help and the stained Semi-Cedar fence and Amber IPY decks look great!
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    Administrator · 02/24/2015
    jvarnum512@gmail.com:
    This morning, Monday, I washed IPY decks with Restore-a-Deck and Wood Brightener. Its forecasted to rain Friday and then again on the following Tuesday. Considering that it is recommended to wait two days for drying out before staining, there isn't much time to get the stain on and have the stain take hold before the rain. This is California and it has been no clouds, sun all day, 65 degrees here and will be the same tomorrow. Should I try to cut short the drying time and stain Tuesday afternoon? Will having the decks get wet from the rain before being able to apply the stain be a problem? Will the rain cause a problem to the brightened wood? Thank you for all your help!

    The AC can take a rain within 8-12 hours after application. You will be good to stain Wednesday or Thursday
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    Jeffrey Varnum · 02/23/2015
    This morning, Monday, I washed IPY decks with Restore-a-Deck and Wood Brightener. Its forecasted to rain Friday and then again on the following Tuesday. Considering that it is recommended to wait two days for drying out before staining, there isn't much time to get the stain on and have the stain take hold before the rain. This is California and it has been no clouds, sun all day, 65 degrees here and will be the same tomorrow. Should I try to cut short the drying time and stain Tuesday afternoon? Will having the decks get wet from the rain before being able to apply the stain be a problem? Will the rain cause a problem to the brightened wood? Thank you for all your help!
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    Administrator · 02/23/2015
    jvarnum512@gmail.com:
    Today I mixed 2 gallons of Restore-a-deck and also 2 gallons of Wood Brightener. Due to circumstances beyond my control, unfortunately I didn't apply the solutions. It may be up to two weeks (maybe longer) before I can apply. How long can they remain in solution and still be effective? Will they lose there effectiveness in treating the wood?

    The brightener will still good. The cleaner will not be. The cleaner will lose effectiveness in hours.
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    Jeffrey Varnum · 02/23/2015
    Today I mixed 2 gallons of Restore-a-deck and also 2 gallons of Wood Brightener. Due to circumstances beyond my control, unfortunately I didn't apply the solutions. It may be up to two weeks (maybe longer) before I can apply. How long can they remain in solution and still be effective? Will they lose there effectiveness in treating the wood?
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    Administrator · 06/29/2014
    Adamjd:
    Last year I stripped my old deck stain and put on Armstrong Clark mahogany. Looks like it's time to reapply, and know I should give it a power wash first with the deck cleaner. But I'm wondering if the brightener is also recommended for those regular yearly reapplications. I noticed a big difference when I used it the first time, but don't want to overdo it. Thanks.

    You do not need it if you still have old stain but it will not hurt either if you apply.
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    Adam DiChiara · 06/28/2014
    Last year I stripped my old deck stain and put on Armstrong Clark mahogany. Looks like it's time to reapply, and know I should give it a power wash first with the deck cleaner. But I'm wondering if the brightener is also recommended for those regular yearly reapplications. I noticed a big difference when I used it the first time, but don't want to overdo it. Thanks.
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    Administrator · 09/06/2013
    About 3 months after install. You should be about ready.
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    Jim Dornbach · 09/06/2013
    Replaced pressure treated horizontal boards in June. What is the recommended time to wait before applying stain?