Is this okay to apply 1500 dark oak now?
Since it is fresh wood what would the Gemeni Restore kit accomplish?
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we built a gazebo next to our pool last year, after 4 months of exposure part of the deck had to be replaced, so now we have two colors of decking.. we are getting ready to stain the deck with your twp 1500 stain but will clean with restore a deck...do you think the gemini cleaner will make the deck boards the same color? any suggestions?
Hello. I have previously calculated 2181 Sq Feet on our 2 level deck / railing. I also have a playgroun that may need to restored; the tree house part is wood. The rest is metal.
Thanks for any help in calculating how many Gemini restore a deck kits that I may need.
We installed a 24x12 deck last summer with 2 story steps.
What do you recommend to stain this deck leaving it as natural looking as possible.
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dirty. What product should I use to clean the deck? I'm hoping to not have to re-stain the deck for another 1-2 years.
I stained my deck with TP100 last year. What is the best way to clean it?
Would a composite deck cleaner be better than the Restore-A-Deck cleaner for Trex composite decks or should they work about the same.
I have the Restore-A-Deck cleaner on-hand to use if there isn't much of a difference.
A friend of mine has a moldy, dirty Trex deck that is fairly old so I don't know which Trex version it is. Probably the original one that had issues with mold, etc.
Is there any problem using the cleaner on that? I don't think it should be a problem but wanted to check with you guys anyway.
What about the brightener? Any issues? While I don't think it would be a problem either I'm not sure it would do any good. I don't know if it would "brighten" the Trex (I would try a test spot 1st) & I don't think the "neutralizer" part of would be of any benefit. Your thoughts?
I have a new deck that is one year old ( it has turned grey) and I am going to use the restore a deck kit prior to staining with the TWP 100 Stain. I would like to lightly sand the entire deck before staining. Can this be done and if so should I sand before I apply the restore a deck kit or after?
The YouTube video suggested that there was a special formulation of Gemini Restore a Deck for Redwood. Is this correct? If so, what is the product name and how do I order it?
We have a 2+ yr old cedar deck. We are on the Oregon coast.....and get a lot of rain. We applied a stain the first year, but now the deck is dark and slimy. For the sake of safety, I'd like to simply get the slick stuff off and then will fully clean/treat/brighten with your kit k57in the spring as soon as weather allows. Would you recommend I just scrub with a soap solution and a good deck brush...then hose off? Unfortunately, today I started with a bleach based cleaner. It did remove some of the grunge, but it looks awful. Your input is appreciated.
We have powder coated metal railing for our cedar deck.
Will the Cleaner or Brightener corrode the coating or do I need to wrap the railings in plastic for protection?