RAD Stain Stripper/Brightener Kit

$64.99
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1 RAD Stripper and 1 RAD Brightener

Coverage: 750-1000 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.

Removes:

  • Transparent and Semi-Transparent Oil Based Stains
  • Most Semi-Transparent Water-Based Stains
  • Water Sealers

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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    Administrator · 08/28/2014
    Pierre Arbour:
    I just bought Restore A Deck Stain Stripper. On my shingle roof, i have a roof vent of cedar wood i want to apply the stripper on. Will the shingle roof be affected by the stripper ? Will it dammage it ?

    No it should not harm the shingle roof.
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    Pierre ARBOUR · 08/27/2014
    I just bought Restore A Deck Stain Stripper. On my shingle roof, i have a roof vent of cedar wood i want to apply the stripper on. Will the shingle roof be affected by the stripper ? Will it dammage it ?
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    Administrator · 08/11/2014
    Paul Conroy:
    I used your redwood tone stain a little over a year ago - it looks great - terrific product. I'm planning to clean it with the RAD cleaner and apply a light maintenance coat of the stain. I'll also be cleaning and staining a newly constructed redwood deck.
    Do you sell the RAD cleaner by itself? I'd like to buy a 5 gallon redwood tone stain and two packages of the RAD cleaner online from you.

    Sorry but we only sell it in the kit from this website.
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    Paul Conroy · 08/10/2014
    I used your redwood tone stain a little over a year ago - it looks great - terrific product. I'm planning to clean it with the RAD cleaner and apply a light maintenance coat of the stain. I'll also be cleaning and staining a newly constructed redwood deck.
    Do you sell the RAD cleaner by itself? I'd like to buy a 5 gallon redwood tone stain and two packages of the RAD cleaner online from you.
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    Administrator · 06/08/2014
    nottheoneyouknow:
    We have a deck that was built 3 years ago and stained with TWP. The TWP is gone on the horizontal surfaces, and on the vertical surfaces that get the most sun. I am planning to refinish it with your Amber semi-transparent. To prep, should I use RAD stripper on the entire deck, or RAD cleaner on the parts where the TWP is gone and stripper only where the TWP remains? Or is cleaner enough for the whole thing?

    Stripper on all, pressure wash, brighten when done.
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    nottheoneyouknow · 06/08/2014
    We have a deck that was built 3 years ago and stained with TWP. The TWP is gone on the horizontal surfaces, and on the vertical surfaces that get the most sun. I am planning to refinish it with your Amber semi-transparent. To prep, should I use RAD stripper on the entire deck, or RAD cleaner on the parts where the TWP is gone and stripper only where the TWP remains? Or is cleaner enough for the whole thing?