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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    Diane Crane · 04/11/2016
    I have a large home with cedar siding on it. We put a clear coat of a varnish like material on it and peeled a lot within a couple of years. I have used a sodium percarbonate product to clean and strip it. Worked pretty good but is not taking it off completely. What do you suggest? My hope is to get it off and then finish with a TWP stain.
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    TWP Stains · 09/11/2015
    AshLynn:
    1) I have a pine deck that was stained several years ago with a semi-transparent stain. I used a stripper I bought at lowes. It stripped the majority of the stain. Should I use the restore a deck stripper and then brightener before using twp stain?
    2) I have a cedar fence that was stained with a water base stain years ago. The stain failed after the first year. Most of the stain is gone and the fence has grayed. Should I use the restore a deck cleaner and brightener kit before staining.

    I was Looking for the best products for my situation. Thank you,

    1. If you still have old stain on the wood then yes.
    2. If you still have stain then use the stripper and brightener for the fence. If no stain then the Gemini Restore Kit.
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    AshLynn · 09/10/2015
    1) I have a pine deck that was stained several years ago with a semi-transparent stain. I used a stripper I bought at lowes. It stripped the majority of the stain. Should I use the restore a deck stripper and then brightener before using twp stain?
    2) I have a cedar fence that was stained with a water base stain years ago. The stain failed after the first year. Most of the stain is gone and the fence has grayed. Should I use the restore a deck cleaner and brightener kit before staining.

    I was Looking for the best products for my situation. Thank you,
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    TWP Stains · 08/26/2015
    John Deaton:
    I tried calling you and all I could get was a survey about getting a "free" Caribbean cruse. What's a good number to call with questions?

    You must have dialed wrong.

    866.856.3325 from US.
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    John Deaton · 08/26/2015
    I tried calling you and all I could get was a survey about getting a "free" Caribbean cruse. What's a good number to call with questions?
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    TWP Stains · 08/19/2015
    Jerry Liebich:
    I stained my deck two months ago with twp 101,it didn't turn out well, my fault. Can I use safe strip and do over?

    Best to use the Restore A Deck Stripper followed by the brightener. It will be more effective on removing new stain.
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    Jerry Liebich · 08/19/2015
    I stained my deck two months ago with twp 101,it didn't turn out well, my fault. Can I use safe strip and do over?
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    TWP Stains · 07/03/2015
    Polarknight:
    Will this work on log homes too? Does it remove oil based and/or water based stains?

    This will not work on water based stains very well and verticals log homes may be a challenge. It is designed to remove oil based semi-trans stains like the TWP from decking.
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    Polarknight · 07/02/2015
    Will this work on log homes too? Does it remove oil based and/or water based stains?
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    TWP Stains · 06/27/2015
    Bobby Hubbard:
    I stained my deck a couple weeks ago, can a second coat be applied after the 1500 stain has dried?

    Not right now you should not. Wait until late Fall or Spring of next year. Light wash first.
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    Bobby Hubbard · 06/27/2015
    I stained my deck a couple weeks ago, can a second coat be applied after the 1500 stain has dried?
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    TWP Stains · 06/10/2015
    WGB:
    Do you need to use a wood brightener after using Safe Strip stripper?

    You do not.
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    WGB · 06/10/2015
    Do you need to use a wood brightener after using Safe Strip stripper?
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    TWP Stains · 05/14/2015
    Laura M:
    I have a four year old deck which has been previously stained with Sherwin Williams Deckscapes (waterborne formula)
    semi transparent stain. What would be the appropriate prep needed in order to use the TWP 1500 series product?
    Thanks

    You cannot apply TWP over the SW so you will need to remove it. This can be done by stripping and you may need to sand as well. After you will need to brighten the wood. Use Restore A Deck Stripper and Brightener.
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    Laura M · 05/14/2015
    I have a four year old deck which has been previously stained with Sherwin Williams Deckscapes (waterborne formula)
    semi transparent stain. What would be the appropriate prep needed in order to use the TWP 1500 series product?
    Thanks
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    TWP Stains · 05/06/2015
    Jim M:
    What is the best stripper? RAD or Gemini Safe Strip. The Safe Strip is made by the same company who makes TWP, but I am thinking it MAY be somewhat weaker than RAD.

    The RAD Stripper is stronger. The Safe Strip is more for removing just old coatings of TWP.
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    Jim M · 05/06/2015
    What is the best stripper? RAD or Gemini Safe Strip. The Safe Strip is made by the same company who makes TWP, but I am thinking it MAY be somewhat weaker than RAD.
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    TWP Stains · 05/06/2015
    Rich tovar:
    I stained deck with twp 1 yr. ago. After winter there were many black spots under leaves. I washed with wolmans deck cleaner and was surprised it took a lot of twp off. I believe i applied to much twp. When I applied wolmans it beaded. I think the beaded solution was to concentrated. Now the deck is bare in areas and has stain in others. I am now thinking I have to strip off all the stain. What do you think of this situation?

    Yes you should strip and brighten then restain the deck.
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    Rich tovar · 05/06/2015
    I stained deck with twp 1 yr. ago. After winter there were many black spots under leaves. I washed with wolmans deck cleaner and was surprised it took a lot of twp off. I believe i applied to much twp. When I applied wolmans it beaded. I think the beaded solution was to concentrated. Now the deck is bare in areas and has stain in others. I am now thinking I have to strip off all the stain. What do you think of this situation?
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    TWP Stains · 05/03/2015
    cliff reed:
    is it better to use on a dry deck or a wet deck after a rain, we need to remove some mildew and old deck stain, thought it might work better if applied to a rain soaked deck after rain has stopped. can you use a weed sprayer?

    You can apply with a quality pump sprayer. Best to apply to a damp deck.