Restore-A-Deck Stain Stripper
You are guest ( Sign Up ? )
or post as a guest
Loading comment... The comment will be refreshed after 00:00.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 12/02/2013Deb 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.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 12/01/2013In 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.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 05/29/2013just the Gemini Kit for the prep.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 05/28/2013Has anyone used this product to remove Sikkens stain?
We will reply to your comment shortly· 05/07/2013Best to cover all plants and make sure the stripper does not get on it.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 05/07/2013I 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?
We will reply to your comment shortly· 04/12/2009Depends on the porosity. Typically 150-250 per gallon.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 04/12/2009What is the coverage per gallon
- ← Previous
- Next →