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Deck & Wood Brightener Powder 2LB DRP

Quick Overview

  • Safe and effective on all exterior wood decks, siding, lattice, fencing, furniture, and other wooden structures
  • Used after Cleaning to Brighten the wood to a like new look.
  • Environmentally safe and 100% biodegradable
  • Apply immediately to wet wood surfaces and watch the grayed or weathered wood become like new again before your eyes!
  • A unique professional formula is safe and effective on exterior wood decks, siding, lattice, fencing and all natural wood structures. Product can also be used on composite decking

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Item #: 320-787

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DRP Wood and Deck Brightener

Apply Wood and Deck Brightener to wet wood surfaces and you'll see the color come back before your eyes to like-new condition!

  • Unique professional formula
  • Safe and effective on all exterior wood decks, siding, lattice, fencing, furniture, and other wooden structures
  • Safe for use on composite decking
  • Environmentally safe
  • 100% biodegradable
Deck Restoration Plus Wood Brightener will amaze you! 

Apply immediately to wet wood surfaces and watch the grayed or weathered wood become like new again before your eyes!

The unique professional formula is safe and effective on all exterior wood decks, siding, lattice, fencing and all other natural wood structures. Product can also be used on composite decking. 

Product is environmentally safe and 100% biodegradable.

MIXING GUIDE:
DRP: AMOUNT OF WARM WATER:
Add 8oz to 1.25 Gallons of Water Coverage is 100 to 125 sqft
32oz (2lbs) container makes 5 gallons - Coverage is 500 to 600 sqft

How to use:
1. Apply brightener solution liberally using a roller, deck brush or plastic tank sprayer. 

DO NOT ALLOW PRODUCT TO DRY ON SURFACE. If brightener solution dries, lightly mist with water or reapply.

2. Allow brightener to penetrate the surface for 5-10 minutes.
3. Agitate surface with a stiff bristle deck brush or pressure washer. If pressure washing, control psi to less than 1000psi and keep the tip a good distance from surface.
4. Rinse with clean tap water and allow to thoroughly dry before application of any deck repellent or stain. If surface is blotchy after drying, re-apply following the directions above.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Before using, the user shall determine the suitability of the product for their intended use(s) and user assumes all risk and responsibility. DO NOT MIX or use this product with any other chemicals or cleaners.

COVERAGE: 100-125 sqft per diluted gallon. Coverage may vary depending upon age of wood and application method.

*NOTE** Since there is a wide variation in the quality and variety of wood surfaces, test on an inconspicuous area and allow to dry before general use.

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