Restore-A-Deck Cleaner

$29.99
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Each Container Makes 5 Liquid Gallons to cover 750-1000 sq. feet

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.

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

USES
Restore-A-Deck Wood Cleaner removes dirt, grime, mold and mildew stains, and weathered graying from horizontal and vertical wood surfaces. It is recommended for surface preparation prior to application or reapplication of wood stains. For best results use Restore-A-Deck Wood Stains.

ADVANTAGES

  • Neutralizes stain strippers
  • Brightens and restores wood surfaces
  • Restores pH balance of wood
  • Powdered formula makes 5 liquid gallons when mixed
  • Extremely cost-effective. When mixed, the cost is less than $6 a gallon.
  • Eco-Safe formulas
  • Improves absorption of wood stains
  • Safe to use on all exterior wood surfaces, not just decks

Restore-a-Deck Step 1 is a wood cleaner and preps stains for reapplication of a stain. It is not a stain stripper or remover of old stains. Please see Restore-A-Deck Stripper if you are trying to remove a semi-transparent stain.

Coverage: 750-1000 sq.feet per container.

Reviews

Monday, 09 April 2018

Best Deck Cleaner for restoring wood!

Armstrong

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    Chris Moder · 10/24/2019
    I have a deck KDAT wood deck that was installed about a year and a half ago and stained with AC Amber stain. It has been holding up very well, but I want to be sure to stay ahead of the game in terms of re-staining. I believe the counsel you offered was to re-stain within 1.5 to 2 years, and then every 3 to 5 years thereafter (depending on the conditions).
    1) Is this understanding correct?
    2) If so, at this point, I would like to just clean the deck and handrail surfaces, and then perform the two-step prep process in about 6 to 9 months before re-staining. Can I just use the step one AC cleaner product, and then use both step one and step two just before re-staining later? I just want to be sure that the cleaner will not remove any of the original stains' UV and other protections.
    3) Will the cleaner and/or brightener harm painted metal spindles and post caps in the railing?
    4) Also, will it be best to wait to do the cleaning until after all the leaves are down (to remove any staining caused by fallen leaves that are not removed immediately)?
    Thank you for your advice.
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      Armstrong · 10/24/2019
      1. Every 2-3 years thereafter or as needed.
      2. You cannot just clean/prep the deck with the Step 1 without staining it. The cleaner is used only when reapplication is going to be done right away. Best to do both steps now and then stain or wait the 6-9 months and do it all then.
      3. They shouldn't.
      4. You cannot use the cleaner to just remove dirt and leaf stains. See #2.
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        Chris · 10/24/2019
        Thank you for your response. Is there another product you could recommend to simply clean the deck, without leaving it in a condition that requires re-staining right away? I just want to clean the deck, at this time.
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          Armstrong · 10/25/2019
          Just warm water and some dish soap. Apply and lightly mop then rinse.
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    aldrin · 07/07/2018
    hi mi name is Aldrin, why is the 1 gln stain more expensive then the 5 gln stain per gln?
    what is the weightb of the 1 gln and the 5 gln container?
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      Armstrong · 07/08/2018
      5 Gallon pails ship free. Single gallons do not. 9 pounds per gallon for the weight.