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.

Restore-A-Deck Stripper and Remover is the first and only powdered concentrated deck stain stripper that is designed to be injected through a pressure washer. RAD Stain Stripper can be applied with a pump up sprayer as well.

The Restore-A-Deck stripper when injected will remove penetrating transparent and semi-transparent wood decking stain and coatings. Covers 150-200 sq. feet per gallon when injected through a pressure washer.

When applied through a pump sprayer, the RAD stripper is twice as strong and can remove most transparent, semi-transparent, and semi-solid deck stains. Great for removing failed semi-transparent acrylic stains! Covers 100-200 sq. feet when applied with a pump sprayer.

Removes:

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

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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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    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.
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    William Dailey · 05/18/2014
    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?
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    TWP Stains · 05/13/2014
    Behr Stinks:
    Hi, I have a failed coat of Behr semi-transparent (acrylic) stain that I'm trying to strip (and brighten) before applying TWP 100. How does this stripper deal with acrylics - is there anything else recommended better suited for acrylic stains?

    The Behr is already pealing in most places.

    Behr, can be removed it just takes patience and a few applications of the stripper to get off fully.
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    TWP Stains · 05/13/2014
    Marsha R:
    Will this product hurt vinyl siding?

    It should not but always test first.
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    Marsha R · 05/13/2014
    Will this product hurt vinyl siding?
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    Behr Stinks · 05/13/2014
    Hi, I have a failed coat of Behr semi-transparent (acrylic) stain that I'm trying to strip (and brighten) before applying TWP 100. How does this stripper deal with acrylics - is there anything else recommended better suited for acrylic stains?

    The Behr is already pealing in most places.
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    TWP Stains · 04/10/2014
    Which Sikkens version is it and how many coats? The thicker the old stain, the harder it is to remove. You may need to strip more than once to get it off. Cover plants and rinse painted walls right away if the stripper gets on it. It does not remove paint unless the paint has already failed.
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    M. Kirkpatrick · 04/09/2014
    I have about 3,000 sq ft of deck that has been treated with Sikens over the past ten years and it is now miscolored, pealing, etc. Will your product remove this sealer? How much would I need and how much neturalizer?

    Also, will it damage painted surfaces that have been painted with laytex paint? Plants?
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    TWP Stains · 12/02/2013
    Deb V, you cannot apply a lighter color to a darker color and get a lighter brown. Best to strip it off and start over with fresh and clean wood. Make sure to brighten the woo as well. Once prepped I would suggest getting a few samples to test out the color.
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    Deb V · 12/01/2013
    In 2011, we had TWP 116 Rustic applied to 11-yo cedar siding after SafeStrip of old stain. Product has weathered to dark orange, and would like to know what TWP product, i.e. pecan or honeytone, we can reapply over it to add more golden brown tone without going as dark as Dark Oak (we have a dark green roof and trim). Will home need to be powerwashed first? It is rough-sawn Western Red Cedar. Also, how would we blend this "new" color with the older part of the home if we decide on an addition? Thanks.
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    Administrator · 05/29/2013
    just the Gemini Kit for the prep.
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    Steve Schiltz · 05/28/2013
    Has anyone used this product to remove Sikkens stain?
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    TWP Stains · 05/07/2013
    Best to cover all plants and make sure the stripper does not get on it.
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    Shari · 05/07/2013
    I think the deck has Behr semitransparent on it (I found a can in basement of the house we bought last year. It appears we need to use this stripper instead of the Safe Strip 1. What does this do to plantings (lots of bushes and a large oak tree next to the deck) and will it effect septic?
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    TWP Stains · 04/12/2009
    Depends on the porosity. Typically 150-250 per gallon.