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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    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.
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    Nathan Baily · 03/29/2014
    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?
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    Susan King · 03/21/2014
    We have several coats of wood guard Honey 2000 on our log home. We pressure washed lots off the wood surface, but it isn't as light as we would like. Do you think the safe strip would lighten it further? We don't want to use something caustic. We tried to put sickens clear over the cleaned logs and it made them darker again. What would you suggest as far as stain to keep the logs as light as possible?
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    TWP Stains · 01/16/2014
    Yes you can use this over water.
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    Brianh · 01/15/2014
    Can this be used on a boat dock, over water?
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    Administrator · 06/04/2013
    You cannot spot remove the thick areas. You would need to strip the entire deck done. You could also try to wipe down the thick areas with lacquer thinner to remove the excess.
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    Bobby Hubbard · 06/04/2013
    I recently had my deck coated with TWP 1500 and in a few places the stain was applied too thick on the first coat and now will not dry. It is also starting to peal in a few places. What should I do to remove the stain that will not dry?
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    Administrator · 05/28/2013
    Best to use the Restore A Deck Stripper followed by the brightener. It will strip it more effectively.

    1 Stripper
    1 Brightener
    6-7 Gallons of Stain for 2 coats. 5 gallons for 1 coat.
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    Michael Hardesty · 05/28/2013
    I have a 650 square foot cedar deck that was last stained 5 years ago with TWP semi tranparent Cedar stain. A lot of it is worn off,and I am going to refinish. I assume I will need to strip the existing stain so will 1 gallon of the Safe stripper do the job? Then do I need to use a brightner? I plan on using 1501 Cedartone stain. What amount of cleaner, brightner, stain will I need to do a 650 square foot deck?
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    Administrator · 05/25/2013
    Use the Restore A Deck Stripper then the RAD Brightener for the prep.
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    Kathy 12 · 05/24/2013
    I want to use the TWP 1500 on my cedar deck that is 13 yrs old and currently stained with Cabots Semi-Transparent stain. What steps do I need to do to ready for the new TWP 1500? Was planning on using the Safe Strip, power wash, then apply new stain but do I need to use a brightner before staining?
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    TWP Stains · 05/23/2013
    Stay with the same. Use the Gemini Restore kit for the prepping.
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    Mary in MO · 05/23/2013
    Built deck 4 years ago with AC2 treated pine. We applied TWP 116 rustic oak 3 years ago. Our deck faces south so it gets a lot of brutal sun and lots of Missouri weather extremes; it is ready for a refinish. Stain color is worn off in some parts but still present mostly and especially present under house soffit but water no longer beads. Facia boards are the same...color is present but water no longer beads. What is your best suggestion for prep and application this year? Also, do we use the same product or use 1500 series? Thanks!
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    TWP Stains · 05/18/2013
    Tom, You would have better results with the Restore A Deck Stain Stripper
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    tom renaud · 05/18/2013
    can this stripper be used to remove a oil based stain from a white pine log home?
    thanks
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    TWP Stains · 05/06/2013
    Sandy, TWP clear offers no UV protection from graying. You must have a tint in your TWP. If you are okay with that then you can use the clear. If the wood is cleaned and free of other coatings then it is probably ready to go. What is the total sq. footage?
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    Sandy · 05/05/2013
    15 year old pressure treated pine deck in good shape- used Olympic water based sealer (clear) about 3 years ago - pressure washed & used tsp & bleach & scubbed and rinsed it well today.
    Its bright, clean, and water does not bead up on it. I read the reviews & want to change over to your product (TWP 100 Series clear.)
    Can I wait for drying 48hrs and start applying? or do I need to do further prepping? if so, what do you suggest and how much will I need?
    (12 x 40 deck & 2 sets of 12 ft wide 8 step stairs) Looks great now out hope not too much.)
    Thanks in advance.
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    TWP Stains · 05/02/2013
    Strip off the Cabot with the Restore A Deck Stripper followed by the Brightener. Once done, stain with the TWP 100 Series.
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    Sue in Michigan · 05/02/2013
    I power-washed and applied Australian Cabot oil to the deck on the home I just bought last year. I had to replace some of the wolmanized boards that were cracked and warped. The deck looked like it hadn't been done in years - very dry and gray and green-mossy in some areas too. It appeared that I had gotten all the gray and green off after power washing and it looked nice after appling the Australian Oil. Now the wood looks dry, gray and green in some areas again. This deck gets full sun all day long. Your products are highly rated, what can you suggest to get my deck back in shape so I hopefully won't have to replace it and hopefully won't have to re-do the stain annually? I would also like to be environmentally-friendly if possible.