RAD Stain Stripper/Brightener Kit

$64.99
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1 RAD Stripper and 1 RAD Brightener

Coverage: 500-1000 sq. feet per kit. Each Kit Makes 5 Gallons of Stain Stripper and 5 Gallons of Wood Brightener

Restore-A-Deck Stain Stripper is the only concentrated powdered wood stain stripper that is specifically designed to be injected through a pressure washer. RAD Stripper may also be applied using a garden type sprayer.

The R-A-D Stain Remover, when injected using a pressure washer, can remove penetrating transparent stains as well as semi-transparent wood coatings.

When RAD Wood Stain Stripper is applied using a pump-up sprayer, it is twice as potent and able to remove most transparent, semi-transparent and even semi-solid wood stains. It is also excellent for getting rid of failed semi-transparent acrylic stains. Coverage rates when applied with a pump sprayer are 100-200 sq. ft per gallon.

After using Restore-A-Deck Injectable Stain Stripper, the wood needs to be neutralized with the RAD Step 2 Brightener.

ADVANTAGES

  • #1 Rated Wood Deck Stain Stripper
  • Removes most clear, transparent, semi-transparent, and semi-solid coatings.
  • Powdered formula makes 5 liquid gallons when mixed
  • Extremely cost effective. When mixed, the cost is less than $7 a gallon.
  • Eco-Safe formulas
  • Preps previously stained wood and decks
  • Safe to use on all exterior wood surfaces, not just decks
  • Applied with pump sprayer for max results or injected through pressure washer for easier to remove finishes
  • Can be mixed at a stronger ratio for difficult to remove finishes. Max would be 3 gallons of water to one container of Restore-A-Deck Stripper

Coverage: 500-1000 sq.feet per container.

*Will not remove solid color stains, paints, or polyurethanes.

Reviews

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Use the Restore A Deck Stripper kit for removal of old transparent and semi-transparent coatings.

Armstrong

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    Pat Westmore · 09/16/2018
    Have an older log cabin that needs staining. Don't know what Products were used previously. Where do I begin?
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    Melinda · 07/25/2018
    I guess I must have misunderstood. I hope that it will be ok.
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    Melinda Harder · 07/25/2018
    I posted earlier but I don't think my comment showed up. If this is repetitive then I apologize. I bought the complete kit and used it as instructed. I think the products are top notch and I found them great to work with. My only negative comment would be that the rustic brown that I used on my large cedar deck does not look brown at all. It is quite orange. I realize this is not the products fault at all but I am curious as to why this would happen. I applied it to a damp surface after stripping and brightening. I didn't see any specialized instructions for cedar, but after other research I am wondering if this is tannin bleed?
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      Armstrong · 07/25/2018
      You applied the Armstrong stain to a damp surface? You cannot do this. It has to dry for 48 hours after the prep.

      Your stain will not cure and dry properly when applied to a damp surface.
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        Melinda · 07/25/2018
        I talked to someone on the phone at your number who said that if you do all three steps then it can be applied to damp wood and will actually be absorbed better the surface is damp. It dried very well and is repelling moisture very well too 3 days after.
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          Armstrong · 07/25/2018
          Not for the AC stain but the RAD Wood stain. The color issue is due to lack of absorption. Good that it dried okay.
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    Brent Sinclair · 07/23/2018
    Our condo association has decided to stain our large outside decks with Armstrong IPE stain and we will need so strip off the old stain. Do we need the brightener as well?
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      Armstrong · 07/24/2018
      Yes. You always have to neutralize a stain stripper with a wood brightener.
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    Jackie · 07/11/2018
    can you keep already mixed stain remover?
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    Steve · 07/09/2018
    Hi, cedar siding that was finished with some type of poly - satin to semi-gloss finish. Sun getting to it. I tried a spar urethane (Second panel). Shade sides are OK. A stripper takes off some of the finish but a lot of work. May require sanding as well. Any thoughts on how best to proceed and your recommended products? Thanks, Stephen
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      Armstrong · 07/10/2018
      You will need to sand to remove this type of coating. Once removed, you will be able to use the AC in any color you would like.
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    Lee · 06/20/2018
    I am refinishing my small deck myself, and will hire someone to do a large deck at the end of the season. Will the leftover stripper and brightener powder keep for a few months between jobs? It is very humid in our barn and garage. Should I store leftovers in a lidded bucket?
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      Armstrong · 06/20/2018
      Store inside where there is no humidity and you will be good.
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    Laura · 06/04/2018
    Replaced decayed horizontal deck boards with pine, but kept old stained vertical boards and rails. Sanding is removing "most" products from the rails. Do I need to use brightener or stripper? Or both? Over all or old wood only? Do you recommend the semi-solid stain then for more even coverage, so both old and new match? Will the semi-transparent look splotchy? I'm in Indiana, so have the range from 100* hard sun to -5* with ice. Thank you!
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    Gracie · 05/16/2018
    I bought my house five years ago which has a covered front porch with groove and tongue mahogany flooring. I do not know what stain was previously used. There is greying on the flooring and I am only now restaining the porch. Can you tell me what the best process would be to restain my porch? Should I use the RAD stripper and brightener and then follow with a hardwood stain? Thank you!
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    Cindy · 05/10/2018
    Help!
    I have a large deck and structure (pressure treated pine), pine planter boxes (12X4 - 24" high) and landscape timbers, all previously treated with Behr Premium SemiTransparent Oil based stain. All are 5 years old, initally stained 4.5 years ago. Deck surface was restained 2 years ago. I have currently totally sanded the deck surface removing all stain, and sanded all other surfaces well (including posts, stair risers and timbers - but not down to the wood - prior stain remains). Not happy with the Behr (peeling, fading) What process must I still go through for prepping? (Tired - so tired) I will happily put in the effort to achieve a good result with some longevity. My deck is in a sunny location, until oak leaves leaf out, then total shade all summer. No mold / mildew. Oak sap during the summer which requires constant hosing. I am in Southern Wisconsin. Thank you!
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      Cindy · 05/10/2018
      After sanding / stripping; cleaner? Brightener?
      Thank you!
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        Armstrong · 05/10/2018
        After removing all, lightly clean and brighten for final prep.
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      Armstrong · 05/10/2018
      Hello, you must remove all of the Behr. Continue to sand and or strip to remove the rest.
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    Dennis · 05/08/2018
    I have cedar benches that have a water based stain applied. This has failed and is flaking off. Can I remove the flaking stain then use your oil based stain over the remaining water based stained wood?
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      Armstrong · 05/08/2018
      Hi Dennis, you have to remove all of the water based stain to be able to switch brands to the AC.
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    TBub · 05/05/2018
    How best to prep new mahogoney decking before applying oil base stain
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    Lezlie · 04/30/2018
    Just used Restore-A-Deck yesterday on our non-stained deck that was installed last spring. The plan was to do the brightener tonight. However, I noticed some furring on the wood. Do I need to sand, and if I do, should I sand then brighten, or brighten then sand?
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      Administrator · 04/30/2018
      If you need to sand, sand first and then brighten the wood. FYI, typically when you apply the stain it will darken the wood based on the color you choose and the "furring" will not show.
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        Lezlie · 04/30/2018
        OK, I just realized that I made a really dumb move and prepped with the stripper/brightener kit instead of the cleaner/brightener kit. Do I need to go back and use the cleaner, or am I ok to stain?
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          Administrator · 04/30/2018
          That is most likely why it furred. Should okay to stain though.
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            Lezlie · 04/30/2018
            Ugh. Hope it wasn't a $12K mistake.

            Thanks!
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        Lezlie · 04/30/2018
        Thanks! We'll test a spot first and see how it goes.
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    Sandra Lewis · 09/28/2017
    I have a 5 year old tigerwood deck. About 3 years ago a brown stain was put on it. I want to restore it to the natural
    tigerwood color. Will the Restore-a-Deck work or do you have any other suggestions?
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    Armstrong · 05/19/2017
    jcpct3:
    Can someone explain how injecting the stripper through the power washer can be effective...seems like the water under pressure would move both the stripper and cleaning water at high speed, so how can injecting the stripper be any more effective than just power washing it?

    Pump spraying to apply the stripper and pressure washing to remove is the most effective way. If it is an easy strip, you can inject on instead of pump sprayer.
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    Armstrong · 05/19/2017
    jcpct3:
    Can I use the Brightner immediately following stripping, or is there a time delay between stripping and application of Brightner?

    right after stripping is done.
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    jcpct · 05/19/2017
    Can someone explain how injecting the stripper through the power washer can be effective...seems like the water under pressure would move both the stripper and cleaning water at high speed, so how can injecting the stripper be any more effective than just power washing it?
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    jcpct · 05/19/2017
    Can I use the Brightner immediately following stripping, or is there a time delay between stripping and application of Brightner?
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    Armstrong · 04/30/2017
    annett:
    I have a painted redwood deck in bright sun during the day. It was painted right before we purchased about two years ago and is already chipping and looking really bad. I am considering sanding the paint off and staining it with woodland brown, that i used for our fence already, instead considering the heat and cold /snow in the winter that it might be easier to maintain and look better. Is that realistic and what would be my steps?

    The only way to remove the paint is to sand. After sanding, clean and brighten all the wood. The paint must be fully removed before using the Armstrong Clark.
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    annett · 04/30/2017
    I have a painted redwood deck in bright sun during the day. It was painted right before we purchased about two years ago and is already chipping and looking really bad. I am considering sanding the paint off and staining it with woodland brown, that i used for our fence already, instead considering the heat and cold /snow in the winter that it might be easier to maintain and look better. Is that realistic and what would be my steps?
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    Armstrong · 03/26/2017
    Robert Gow:
    Will the stripper affect my black aluminum spindles?

    99% of the time it will not but always best to test first as there are 100s of different types of spindles and they are not all made the same.
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    Robert Gow · 03/26/2017
    Will the stripper affect my black aluminum spindles?
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    Armstrong · 03/25/2017
    Robert Gow:
    wil the striper remove grey weathering and green mould? My deckhas Cabot Austrailian Oil and picked up a lot of dirt. Wil the strpper remove all of this or should I sand again?

    Yes, it will remove the stain, the graying, and the green mold.
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    Robert Gow · 03/25/2017
    wil the striper remove grey weathering and green mould? My deckhas Cabot Austrailian Oil and picked up a lot of dirt. Wil the strpper remove all of this or should I sand again?
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    Administrator · 09/28/2016
    Craig H:
    Preparing to replace my existing wood deck and railing with new Pressure Treated Southern Yellow Pine:
    -Would you suggest waiting until spring to stain the new wood (I live in Indiana) so the wood can dry?
    -Do you suggest using cleaner/brightener and/or stripper/brightener on the new wood prior to staining?
    -As far as stain color, the existing deck substructure has been stained a dark brown. I'd like to match the new stain to this. Suggestions on color?
    - I do plan to re-stain the substructure as well. Would you suggest stripping/brightening?

    See this about new wood:

    http://www.armstrongclarkstain.com/new-decking-and-armstrong-clark-stain

    Look at Rustic Brown color. Strip and brighten the old stain on the framing.
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    Craig H · 09/28/2016
    Preparing to replace my existing wood deck and railing with new Pressure Treated Southern Yellow Pine:
    -Would you suggest waiting until spring to stain the new wood (I live in Indiana) so the wood can dry?
    -Do you suggest using cleaner/brightener and/or stripper/brightener on the new wood prior to staining?
    -As far as stain color, the existing deck substructure has been stained a dark brown. I'd like to match the new stain to this. Suggestions on color?
    - I do plan to re-stain the substructure as well. Would you suggest stripping/brightening?
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    sarajane · 08/26/2016
    I received your sample-thanks
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    Administrator · 08/02/2016
    Robert Wright:
    I have an older, pretty weathered 1,200 sq ft deck that I have just finished resurfacing by sanding.....uhg! Do I need to use a cleaner, brightener or other product before applying a stain (thinking semi-solid)?

    Yes it would be a good idea to use the Restore A Deck cleaning prepping kits. You do not need the Stripper kit if the old stain is removed.
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    Robert Wright · 08/02/2016
    I have an older, pretty weathered 1,200 sq ft deck that I have just finished resurfacing by sanding.....uhg! Do I need to use a cleaner, brightener or other product before applying a stain (thinking semi-solid)?
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    Administrator · 07/05/2016
    Beverly Pritchett:
    Will these products kill plants if over spray lands on them?

    It may burn them if you overspray and do not rinse right away.