Restore-A-Deck Stain Stripper

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TWP Stain CalculatorMakes 5 Liquid Gallons Covering 500-1000 sq. feet!

Note: The Restore-A-Deck Stain Stripper needs to be neutralized with the Restore-a-Deck Wood Brightener.

 

DESCRIPTION
Restore-A-Deck Wood Stain Stripper is a biodegradable, powdered concentrate that quickly removes worn finishes to restore wood surfaces. Stains and varnishes are removed along with collected dirt, mold, mildew and mill glaze.

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

WHERE TO USE
Restore-A-Deck Wood Stain Stripper removes most oil and latex based finishes including: clear sealers, transparent stains, and semi-transparent stains.

SURFACE PREPARATION:
Surfaces to be stripped must be above 50°F. Protect adjacent surfaces; cover with plastic sheets and/or tape off any adjacent areas not being stripped. Thoroughly wet and/or cover plants and shrubs. Rinsing residue will not harm plants or roots. Exposure to full strength product will burn foliage.

 

 

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

 

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Available Sizes:
2 lb Container
Powder Concentrate:
1 Container Makes 5 Liquid Gallons
Purpose:
Stain Stripper
Coverage Per Gallon:

100-200 sq. ft Per Gallon

Application Tools:
Injector, Sprayer, Stiff Brush
Neutralize: Yes
RAD Step 2

Reviews

Thursday, 19 October 2017

This product does a great job of removing failed decking stains.

TWP Stains
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    Mike_12 · 10/27/2014
    Do I need to clean the accumulated crud from my deck prior to using the stripper product or will it also take off the dirt?
    Thanks
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    TWP Stains · 09/22/2014
    Bob Hull:
    My house is cedar lap siding and for 40 years coated with semi-solid brown stain. If I use your restore-a-deck stripper will it remove that so I can use your 1500 rustic instead?

    Hard to say if it will work or not. 40 years of buildup is extremely diffiuclt to remove and even more so when it is a semi solid. If the RAD Stripper does not remove it then you will need to corn cob blast or similar to remove.
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    Bob Hull · 09/22/2014
    My house is cedar lap siding and for 40 years coated with semi-solid brown stain. If I use your restore-a-deck stripper will it remove that so I can use your 1500 rustic instead?
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    TWP Stains · 08/21/2014
    lobtoeberg:
    see my previous comments. I have spent 2days using cleaner and power washer. I have come to believe I should have used the stripper to begin with. the vertical surfaces still bead up so the cleaner does not work. the horizontal surfaces now look very blotchy.am worried that twp will not look good. I thought my last stain with twp was 3-4 years ago but found recipient for washer when I used twp. it was 6/12. disappointed in how well stain held up. was cracked and badly faded. I thought twp was the best on the market. I now need to do whole deck with stripper then the step 2. I have powder coated alum spindles with so sanding the vertical surfaces would be "fairly" manageable. any help there

    TWP last 2-3 years on horizontals and 3-6 on verticals. This is normal and no stain on the market will last longer then this on a horizontal surface. Best to strip off the stain to ensure an even application with the Restore A Deck Stripper and use the brightener after. It will take it off.
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    Douglas Loberg · 08/20/2014
    see my previous comments. I have spent 2days using cleaner and power washer. I have come to believe I should have used the stripper to begin with. the vertical surfaces still bead up so the cleaner does not work. the horizontal surfaces now look very blotchy.am worried that twp will not look good. I thought my last stain with twp was 3-4 years ago but found recipient for washer when I used twp. it was 6/12. disappointed in how well stain held up. was cracked and badly faded. I thought twp was the best on the market. I now need to do whole deck with stripper then the step 2. I have powder coated alum spindles with so sanding the vertical surfaces would be "fairly" manageable. any help there
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    TWP Stains · 07/19/2014
    Larry Leong:
    Does the restore-a-deck remove the color of the old stain?

    This is a stripper so it removes the old stain down to the bare wood.
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    Larry Leong · 07/18/2014
    Does the restore-a-deck remove the color of the old stain?
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    TWP Stains · 06/27/2014
    Vinny:
    I ran out of the brightener I had and I don't want to wait the week it would take to order Restore a deck brightener. Can you recommend another brightener I could buy locally to use with Restore a deck stripper please.
    Thank you

    Any should work just make sure to apply to entire area.
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    Vinny · 06/26/2014
    I ran out of the brightener I had and I don't want to wait the week it would take to order Restore a deck brightener. Can you recommend another brightener I could buy locally to use with Restore a deck stripper please.
    Thank you
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    TWP Stains · 06/25/2014
    JerryC:
    I have semi-transparent oil stain on my deck. I applied RAD stripper with a pump sprayer. It immediately turned the wood black. Scrubbed a little with a brush, rinsed with pressure washer. Black! A wood brightener removed about 20% of the black. What have I done wrong?

    Let the brightener sit on longer and use less of a strength of the stripper.
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    JerryC · 06/25/2014
    I have semi-transparent oil stain on my deck. I applied RAD stripper with a pump sprayer. It immediately turned the wood black. Scrubbed a little with a brush, rinsed with pressure washer. Black! A wood brightener removed about 20% of the black. What have I done wrong?
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    TWP Stains · 06/17/2014
    John D.:
    Hi,
    I have a 2-year-old coat of TWP1500 on my cedar deck and it looks great everywhere but in the high-traffic areas, where it has worn away and the wood has greyed. If I want to re-stain this summer (same stain, same color), do I need to strip the entire deck to prevent uneven color?

    Will the standard RAD brightener work fine on my cedar?

    Thanks!

    Yes it would be best to use the Restore A Deck Stripper followed by the brightener for the prep.
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    John D. · 06/16/2014
    Hi,
    I have a 2-year-old coat of TWP1500 on my cedar deck and it looks great everywhere but in the high-traffic areas, where it has worn away and the wood has greyed. If I want to re-stain this summer (same stain, same color), do I need to strip the entire deck to prevent uneven color?

    Will the standard RAD brightener work fine on my cedar?

    Thanks!
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    TWP Stains · 06/16/2014
    John B.:
    Hi. I'm confused about coverage of the stripper products. Information posted says, "Makes 5 Liquid Gallons Covering 500-1000 sq. feet!" and "Covers 100-200 sq. feet when applied with a pump sprayer." I've got about 900 sq ft. what will I need? Thanks.

    Each gallon covers 100-200 sq. feet. Each container makes 5 gallons or will cover 500-1000 total. You will need 1 or 2 of the containers.
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    John B. · 06/16/2014
    Hi. I'm confused about coverage of the stripper products. Information posted says, "Makes 5 Liquid Gallons Covering 500-1000 sq. feet!" and "Covers 100-200 sq. feet when applied with a pump sprayer." I've got about 900 sq ft. what will I need? Thanks.
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    TWP Stains · 06/04/2014
    Dan9960:
    I have a 400 sq. ft. redwood deck with SuperDeck transparent stain (1910 natural) on it. It's about three years old. I want to apply your TWP 1500 to it now. Will this stripper take off the SuperDeck stain and do I need to use the brightener after? Thanks.

    Yes the RAD stripper will remove the SuperDeck and yes you need the brightener.
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    Dan9960 · 06/03/2014
    I have a 400 sq. ft. redwood deck with SuperDeck transparent stain (1910 natural) on it. It's about three years old. I want to apply your TWP 1500 to it now. Will this stripper take off the SuperDeck stain and do I need to use the brightener after? Thanks.
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    TWP Stains · 05/20/2014
    William Dailey:
    Got your response, thanks. The deck has dried. Looks like the stripper did not necessarily get all the stain. Is stripper something to be reapplied, or is that bad for the wood? The deck is ipe wood. Installed and stained about 3 years ago.

    You can reapply if needed. It is hard to remove 100% of old stain. Try for 90-95% removal.
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    William Dailey · 05/20/2014
    Got your response, thanks. The deck has dried. Looks like the stripper did not necessarily get all the stain. Is stripper something to be reapplied, or is that bad for the wood? The deck is ipe wood. Installed and stained about 3 years ago.
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    TWP Stains · 05/19/2014
    William Dailey:
    We've applied the stripper, waited half an hour and used a pressure washer to rinse it off. However, when we revisit spots with the pressure washer maybe 15 or 30 minutes after rinsing, it seems that stripper and stain still comes out of the wood. How many rinse cycles will the wood need? Should we use the brightener yet, or wait until we've rinsed the wood thoroughly?

    Rinse well just 1-2 times than apply brightener to neutralize.