We will reply to your comment shortly· 09/28/2021You can use the RAD Brightener on composite decks.
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I just finished power washing my deck. Not sure how old it is, but the wood looks good. It's been recommended I let the power-washed wood dry for a week or more before moving on to brightener. Would you agree? And after brightener (and rinsing the brightener), how long before I stain with a clear oil stain?
I contacted you earlier, but have forgotten steps to follow in restaining or sealing a deck that has has one tome sealer on it for about 6 years. Where can I find your reply or would you reanswer it?
Three decks, including steps, total
415 sq ft. How much stain and brightener do we need? Decks 7 months old and never stained. I assume the brightened is the only prep needed.
What prep steps should be taken when staining new cedar fencing?
Thanks for the prompt answer! Two more questions: 1. Should I use the stripper if there's nothing to strip?
2. When I recoat with TWP 100 (in 2 years), do I need to do the 2 step prep?
I just pressure washed a 20yr. old cedar deck and the wood looks clean and natural colored. Do I need to use Wood Brightener on it? I'm not interested in bright wood so much as having the stain go deep into the wood and bond well.