Safe Strip 1 Gallon

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Injectable Safe-Strip provides never before technology by allowing a deck/wood stripper to be injected by a pressure washer at up to 1,000 square feet per concentrated gallon! Use 100% Biodegradable Safe-Strip to remove unwanted sealers or semi-transparent stains. Safe Strip revitalizes wood while preparing it for any type of re-coating. Be assured that Injectable Safe-Strip will not harm pets, vegetation, shrubs, and flowers.

INJECTABLE SAFE-STRIP PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

  • New application technology allowing pressure washer injection
  • Removes oil-based and water-based semi-transparent stains and sealers
  • Restores weathered wood to natural color
  • 100% biodegradable - will not harm plants or pets
  • Does not contain chlorine bleach that may damage wood fibers
  • Use on all exterior wood surfaces including decks, fences, and fascia

Surface Preparation:

Injecting:

1. Put injector hose into undiluted Injectable Safe-Strip container. Inject desired working area (200-300 sq. ft. recommended). Injector ratio 12:1 or lower.

2. Although Injectable Safe-Strip has little or no dwell time, 5 minutes of product working time is recommended. Pressure wash, working area thoroughly.

Ready-to-use:

1. Pour Injectable Safe-Strip into container. Add 4 parts water (1 gallon makes 5 gallons, 5 gallons makes 25 gallons). Apply liberally to wood surfaces. Best application results are with a Deck Sprayer. After application, always keep working area moist during surface preparation.

2. Once applied you may begin to scrub (NO SCRUBBING NECESSARY WITH USE OF PRESSURE WASHER). When scrubbing applied area, use synthetic, stiff bristle brush; do not use a wire or natural bristle brush.

3. Rinse thoroughly with hose or pressure washer. A pressure washer will show the best results.

* Use caution when using Safe Strip. Wet surfaces will be slippery.

Coverage Rate: Approximately 500-1000 square feet per gallon.

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    Tony Russell · 09/06/2021
    Will this help remove latex deck paint?
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      TWP Stains · 09/06/2021
      No, you have to sand to remove a paint.
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    Michelle · 08/30/2021
    I have used TWP safe strip for several projects. I am needing to buy more, preferably locally. The retailers you have listed do not sell it anymore ( ace hardware/ Kelly more paints/ mungers.) could you please advise where I can purchase this so I don’t have to order over the internet. Oklahoma City area.  Thank you.
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    Lynne · 08/18/2021
    Can I use Safe Strip on a cedar fence coated with some (unknown) clear product back in 2004; then stain with clear TWP100? Or must I use Restore A Deck to strip and prep? Does Safe Strip work on mold/mildew? We have lots of plantings underfoot so more biodegradable prep would be helpful.
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      TWP Stains · 08/19/2021
      The RAD Stripper is more effective and both are biodegradable. The Safe Strip should work to remove mildew.
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    M . King · 07/17/2021
    We have a two year old cedar fence, with one coat of clear WoodRX. I like that safe strip can be used in a pressure washer, makes prep much easier. Is this indeed the best step prior to applying 1500 cedarstone? 
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    Kevin · 05/21/2021
    Will this be safe around metal such as a above ground pool?
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      TWP Stains · 05/21/2021
      Test first but should be okay.
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        Kevin · 05/21/2021
        Don’t it take along period of time to tell if a chemical corrodes metal?
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          TWP Stains · 05/21/2021
          No, any reaction would happen right away.
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    Chris M. · 12/30/2020
    We are in the process of purchasing a log cabin in the northern lower peninsula of Michigan. The previous owners fell behind on maintaining the exterior, and there is a significant fungus build up on it (please see pictures). We've had the home inspected, and there does not appear to have any rot. I am considering using the TWP 100 series stain when we eventually get to that point, and I would like to stick with the same manufacturer through the process. Is the Safe Strip product capable of removing the fungus and previous stain? Can it be done at one time, or in two steps (fungus first, then previous stain second)? I do not know if the existing stain is water or oil based.
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      TWP Stains · 12/31/2020
      The current coating looks like a film forming varnish of some sort. This cannot be stripped. You will have to media blast or power sand it off. Once fully removed, you can then use the TWP.
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        Chris M. · 01/01/2021
        @TWPStains - The owner had stated that they had a clear stain applied previously, but she did not remember the brand. I'm thinking something like the Woodguard, perhaps? At this time, I don't have a better close up picture to show. What are some characteristics I should look for in the wood to determine if it is a film forming finish or a stain? If it is a clear stain, then would Safe Strip be able to remove it and the fungus?
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          TWP Stains · 01/02/2021
          As we mentioned before, this cannot be stripped based on the pictures. It is film-forming. If you can get a close up we can take a look at it but based on what we are seeing so far, you will have to sand or media blast to remove it.
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            Chris M. · 01/02/2021
            What are the characteristics to look for between film-forming and non film-forming?
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              TWP Stains · 01/04/2021
              The coating is on top of the wood. Peeling and the mildew issues you are having.
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    Ken · 09/23/2020
    Hello, do I need to use a brightener after applying and rinsing Safe Strip?
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    Darrin · 08/24/2020
    We have converted a deck area to a 3 season deck. I did not have the opportunity to remove the stain on the deck prior to the new work being done. To enclose the deck area screen material was placed under the deck joists. Is there a deck stain stripper available that will not damage or corrode screen material?
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      TWP Stains · 08/24/2020
      Not sure if a stripper will harm it or not. Sorry.
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    Brian · 08/08/2020
    Will this take paint off of side of house or trim of house? I have a deck 14' in air and surrounded by a painted band and 4 painted columns
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      TWP Stains · 08/08/2020
      No, it does not remove paint.
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        brian Barcomb · 08/08/2020
        Great!! Will I need the same amount of TWP stain I used when the deck was new and never stained? It is pressure treated wood
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    joe p · 07/18/2020
    have used sikkens srd for 20 + yrs but need to remove a few stubborn built up spots. recommend rad stripper/booster or safe strip?
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      TWP Stains · 07/19/2020
      Do you have pictures?
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        joseph pierzgalski · 07/19/2020
        no, but spots are only against the house maybe 3 inches in size, definitely less than 5% of entire deck.
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          TWP Stains · 07/20/2020
          Need pics to determine if a stripper will work or not.
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    Jason · 07/07/2020
    Hi - I need to restain our pergola (the same color) . . . it's been 10+ years. TWP was the original product used - no sure of series or color. Please provide direction on preparation and product. I like the way the original looks, just needs to be refreshed. I think it is cedar.
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    Mark · 06/17/2020
    I need to re-stain my log home that I bought a few years ago but don't have the details on what was put on the logs. I've attached some pictures.

    Can you help me:
    1. Strip off what is there currently
    2. Recommend a product to stain the logs with
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      TWP Stains · 06/17/2020
      Unfortunately what you have on there looks to be a semi-solid to solid stain and that means it cannot be fully stripped. You might need to media blast to remove. Once done, use the TWP 1500 Series.
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    gustavo · 05/29/2020
    would safe stain stripper hurt metal window ?
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    Eric · 08/27/2019
    Do I need brightener after using this product?
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    Austin Rich · 07/12/2019
    More pictures
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    Austin Rich · 07/11/2019
    I stained my deck last night with two 100 dark oak. It rained about 7 hours after and now I have a lot of dark running spots down the vertical sides of my steps as well as a few lighter areas that seemed like they didn’t take up any stain. Should I clean with a power washer and re apply after letting the stain dry? Should I clean, sand, and re apply. Or should I use a stripper and start over. Deck is pine and approximately 12 months old
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    Vince · 07/08/2019
    I have TWP 120 on cedar siding. Mildew appearing so need to apply new water based stain because oil based no longer available in Maryland. Tried a cleaner with recommended sodium metasulfate to strip but that didn’t work well. Will this product strip the TWP 120 and how best to apply?
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    David · 06/03/2019
    I cannot even find the container (mom's caregivers moved everything) but I am pretty sure just 3 years ago I used cedar colored Thompson's stain on my new cedar grape arbor. It is starting to fade, and is really odd color now. Um, I am not going to be able to sand this, it has grapes growing over it. Any suggestions?
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      TWP Stains · 06/03/2019
      It has to come off if you want to use TWP and that would entail sanding for this product. It will not strip off.
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    Alan Erickson · 05/26/2019
    I tried the safe strip and it wasn't cutting it so I ended up getting the restore a deck cleaner & brightener kit. That worked well.
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    Alan · 05/26/2019
    We coated our new, covered cedar deck with TWP cedartone four years ago. It still looks good (not greyed) but it's getting very light in color and you can tell it needs to be done. I picked up some safe strip to clean it off before recoating, but I'm wondering whether I should use the other stripper and brightener instead of the safe strip. I do have a pressure washer. I haven't opened the safe strip and can easily return it if that's the better way to go. Thanks.