Gemini Restore-A-Deck Kit

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Make Restoring Your Exterior Wood ...Easy!

info buttonRestore-A-Deck Cleaner and Brightener system is a powerful "eco-friendly" two-part restoration system.

Step 1 Wood and Deck Cleaner that deeply cleans your wood to remove to remove dirt, grime, mold, algae and general graying. The cleaner will help prep neglected wood and or prep for re-coating with a wood or deck stain.

Step 2 Wood Brightener is used after the wood cleaner to "brighten" the wood while neutralizing the cleaner to a natural pH balance. This step will improve the overall appearance of your wood while helping the wood deck stain longevity.

  • TWP Stain Calculator

    100% Biodegradable product
  • Concentrated powder formula - Cleans up to 1000 sq. feet!
  • Prep wood surfaces for re-coating with a wood or deck stain
  • Restores weathered gray wood to natural color
  • Eco-friendly

 

Gemini Restore A Deck

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Kit Contains:

 Step 1 Cleaner Bottle and

 Step 2 Brightener Bottle

Coverage Per Kit:  Cleans and Brightens 600-1000 Sq. Feet
Concentrate:  Each Bottle Makes 5 Liquid Gallons
Temperature:  45-95 F
Application Tools:  Pump Sprayer, Scrub Brush

Reviews

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Great for prepping for reapplication of TWP!

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    Cruzo · 10/06/2013
    Hi There,

    I'm planing to order some color samples and then purchase the 1500 series stain product. My old Pine/Cedar deck was power washed two months ago and looks clean (bright white/gray) with only few darker shades of gray here and there.

    Do I need to further clean/restore it, or is it ready to be stained?

    Thank you,
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    TWP Stains · 09/22/2013
    Richa60, if you use a stripper you do not need the cleaner. You can order the brightener by itself.
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    Richa60 · 09/21/2013
    I think I need to strip my deck before staining it. I understand that after it is stripped, it is not necessary to use the cleaner on it, but that I would need to use the brightener to neutralize the stripper. Is the brightener available to buy without the cleaner?
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    TWP Stains · 09/15/2013
    Not if they are the coated spindles.
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    tchrms · 09/15/2013
    Will restore a deck damage my aluminum balusters?
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    TWP Stains · 09/12/2013
    EG, It should look like fresh unfinished wood. I personally would not have an issue but you should inform them.
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    EG · 09/12/2013
    We own a vacation rental, and we are going to restain the cedar siding on the house. We have tenants staying there for the next few weekends. We plan to strip and brighten the house one week, let the house dry out over the weekend, then stain it the following week. My question is: what will the house look like after it is stripped and brightened? Will the appearance be bad enough that I should inform the tenants beforehand of the work so they aren't shocked or dismayed at the appearance of our house? Or will it look good enough that I shouldn't have to worry them about their vacation being ruined because of our work?
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    TWP Stains · 09/12/2013
    Willow:
    Best preservative for cedar roofs?

    TWP 200 series
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    Willow · 09/11/2013
    Best preservative for cedar roofs?
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    TWP Stains · 08/30/2013
    Mark, please read these articles for your answers:

    http://www.twpstainhelp.com/tips/prepping-for-twp-stains/

    -Gemini Restore Kit for unstained deck

    -Restore A deck Stripper and Brightener for previously stained deck.
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    Mark\ · 08/29/2013
    we bought an 11 year old oceanfront beach house in the Outer Banks, NC. this past May. The previous owner looks to have stained the horizontal deck surfaces (not railing) on the upper deck last year and is in decent shape. The lower deck appears never to have been stained. I wanted to get some clear stain down to protect the wood. What prep do I need to do on the unstained wood? If want to re-stain the already stained wood, what prep do I need to do as well? thanks.
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    TWP Stains · 08/25/2013
    Ron C, you should always prep first before staining new wood to remove the mill glaze ad open the wood grain. If you do this first than you should be able to stain before install.
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    Ron C · 08/23/2013
    i bought some tongue and groove siding and i wonder, if its already aged a cpl of years. can i coat the cedar before siding the house or wait until after it's been sided? would like to get it on both sides. id like to at least coat it once before i get the house sided. without using the restore kit
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    TWP Stains · 08/13/2013
    Apply Step 1 with a pump up sprayer and pressure wash off or heavy scrub. Rinse well and apply the Step 2. Wait 10 minutes and rinse the Step 2.
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    HeatherN · 08/13/2013
    How do you apply and use the restore a deck? I can't find it on your website. Thanks!
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    TWP Stains · 08/09/2013
    Zvi, the Restore A Deck is safe for plants but it is always best to pre-wet and rinse if anything gets on them.
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    zVI · 08/08/2013
    Hi there,

    Regarding the restore-a-deck:
    How safe is it for plants and trees near the deck? We have quite some plants and trees, virtually touching the deck, we look for cleaning agent that won't harm them.


    Thanks,
    Zvi
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    TWP Stains · 08/03/2013
    BobNc, you can use the Gemini Kit for prepping for a re-coat. Here is a article on this subject:
    http://www.twpstainhelp.com/applying-a-maintenance-coat-of-twp/
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    BobNC · 08/02/2013
    I stained my pressure treated pine deck and fence with TWP 207 four years ago. The stain on the vertical surfaces is still good. The deck floor and rail tops needs to be re-stained. It all needs to be cleaned.

    If I use Restore-A-Deck to clean it all, but only re-stain the floor and rail tops, do you think that it is likely to look good, or will the cleaning change the stain too much?

    Thanks,

    Bob
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    TWP Stains · 08/01/2013
    I would not apply a third coat especially a few days later. It will not soak in and could creat3 issues. More is not better. I would suggest waiting until next Spring and apply a light coat if needed then.