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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    cliff reed · 05/03/2015
    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?
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    TWP Stains · 04/27/2015
    James Bell:
    Stained cedar decks last year with Olympic Maximum semi transparent stain (tobacco colored) and already needs restaining. What is best product to remove for restaining ning? Also what color would you recommend as the closest?

    You would need the Restore A Deck Stripper and pressure washing to remove. Brighten the wood when done. Best to get some samples of the stain from our site to test the color.
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    James Bell · 04/26/2015
    Stained cedar decks last year with Olympic Maximum semi transparent stain (tobacco colored) and already needs restaining. What is best product to remove for restaining ning? Also what color would you recommend as the closest?
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    TWP Stains · 04/15/2015
    Please help:
    I need to remove an oil based cedar toner by deckscapes. The application was poorly done and appears filmy in some areas.. Will restore a deck remove this? Should I sand the deck with a belt sander first?

    Restore A Deck Stripper and pressure washing to remove the oil based SW. Brighten when done to neutralize. No sanding should be needed.
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    TWP Stains · 04/15/2015
    ChadMN:
    I have a 3 year old cedar deck. I applied the 101 cedartone stain 2 years ago. I have a decent amount of peeling and would like to redo the whole deck with the 120 Pecan color so it is less orange. What do you recommend for prep work? Do I need to remove all the old stain first or can I stain over the top? Should it all be sanded down or do you have a product that will remove all the old stain?

    For this you should remove and start over. Prep with the Restore A Deck stripper and the wood brightener. Not the Safe Strip. No need to sand.
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    Please help · 04/14/2015
    I need to remove an oil based cedar toner by deckscapes. The application was poorly done and appears filmy in some areas.. Will restore a deck remove this? Should I sand the deck with a belt sander first?
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    ChadMN · 04/14/2015
    I have a 3 year old cedar deck. I applied the 101 cedartone stain 2 years ago. I have a decent amount of peeling and would like to redo the whole deck with the 120 Pecan color so it is less orange. What do you recommend for prep work? Do I need to remove all the old stain first or can I stain over the top? Should it all be sanded down or do you have a product that will remove all the old stain?
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    TWP Stains · 08/25/2014
    Briggs Pletcher:
    22 x 14 deck pressure treated 2 x 6 with Behr Semi Transparent Latex 3 years old. 300 square feet Vs. the suggest coverage of 500 to 1000 square feet.

    Safe Strip failed to remove the majority. I used 1 gallon on the deck applied with pump sprayer followed with pressure washer (2500 PSI). I allowed the 5 minute then gradually longer dwell times to no benefit. I reduce the dilution gradually as I went to attain better results.

    The pressure washer did the majority of the work - there are areas that Safe Strip was totally ineffective at making any progress.

    I'll be using a drum sander now to remove the balance.

    I like the TWP stain - but this product was a complete loss in terms of money and time.

    The issue is the Behr stain you are trying to remove not the stripper.
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    Briggs Pletcher · 08/25/2014
    22 x 14 deck pressure treated 2 x 6 with Behr Semi Transparent Latex 3 years old. 300 square feet Vs. the suggest coverage of 500 to 1000 square feet.

    Safe Strip failed to remove the majority. I used 1 gallon on the deck applied with pump sprayer followed with pressure washer (2500 PSI). I allowed the 5 minute then gradually longer dwell times to no benefit. I reduce the dilution gradually as I went to attain better results.

    The pressure washer did the majority of the work - there are areas that Safe Strip was totally ineffective at making any progress.

    I'll be using a drum sander now to remove the balance.

    I like the TWP stain - but this product was a complete loss in terms of money and time.
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    TWP Stains · 07/07/2014
    JamesL:
    Hi, I need to remove a ReadySeal semi-transparent stain. Will this product work or am I better off using the RAD stripper? Thanks for any advice

    Better off using the RAD Stripper followed by the RAD Brightener.
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    JamesL · 07/07/2014
    Hi, I need to remove a ReadySeal semi-transparent stain. Will this product work or am I better off using the RAD stripper? Thanks for any advice
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    TWP Stains · 06/11/2014
    Nancy Minasola:
    Hi... I'm trying to select the best stain for my cedar deck that is 10 years old. I read the reviews of the 1500 series. I am wondering if the VOC is harmful to animals as my dog will be laying on the deck a lot. Please advise. Thank you.
    Nancy

    No it is not harmful after fully drying.
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    Nancy Minasola · 06/11/2014
    Hi... I'm trying to select the best stain for my cedar deck that is 10 years old. I read the reviews of the 1500 series. I am wondering if the VOC is harmful to animals as my dog will be laying on the deck a lot. Please advise. Thank you.
    Nancy
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    TWP Stains · 05/05/2014
    Teri, Behr is difficult to remove. You would want the Restore A Deck stripper for this. Sand if needed and brighten when done. Use the 1500 Series.
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    Teri · 05/05/2014
    I have a partially covered boat dock - Behr stain has completely worn away on the exposed parts and is partially peeling on the floor of the covered areas. Which prep product is safe to use over water and which TWP stain should I use afterwards? Many thanks
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    TWP Stains · 04/23/2014
    James, use the Restore A Deck Stripper and Wood Brightener for this prep.
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    James 1985 · 04/23/2014
    I have a 2 year old cedar fence that I want to stain. I put clear Thompson's water seal when it was first built. Should I use a stripper followed by the wood brightner? and which type of stipper/brightner do you recommend? Thanks
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    TWP Stains · 04/22/2014
    Mikeyo888:
    Purchased a house with a 900sgft deck that has Flood solid color deck & siding acrylic stain on it. I started to strip a test section with Olympic stripper & power washer I purchased from Home Depot. I reapplied 3 times & it removed maybe 60-70% of top stain. I also noticed it looks like there may be a translucent cedar colored stain under the solid acrylic stain.
    I'm looking for product(s) to effectively remove both & then restain with TWP 1500 series stain. Or would I be better off sanding the entire surface?

    Better off sanding to remove solid colors.
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    Mikeyo888 · 04/21/2014
    Purchased a house with a 900sgft deck that has Flood solid color deck & siding acrylic stain on it. I started to strip a test section with Olympic stripper & power washer I purchased from Home Depot. I reapplied 3 times & it removed maybe 60-70% of top stain. I also noticed it looks like there may be a translucent cedar colored stain under the solid acrylic stain.
    I'm looking for product(s) to effectively remove both & then restain with TWP 1500 series stain. Or would I be better off sanding the entire surface?
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    TWP Stains · 03/30/2014
    Nathan Baily:
    I have cedar decks that were stained years ago, but I don't know which product was used. Is there a way to determine if the stain is water-based or oil-based?

    No not really except water based tends to peel more. Either way you have to remove the old coating if you plan on using TWP.