Deck & Wood Cleaner Powder 40LB pail
- This cleaner is used to Clean and prepare your Deck or other wood surfaces for Painting, Brightening or Staining
- This is a powder that is mixed into a solution to remove mold, mildew and lichens while restoring the natural color to your wood surface.
- Easy to use and apply the mixed solution with a roller, brush, pump up sprayer or 12v powered sprayer.
- Wood ages and cleans up differently for many sites, always test on an inconspicuous area and allow to dry to understand the results
- Does not require neutralization after cleaning the surface
DRP - Cleaner
Deck Restoration Plus Cleaner is designed to clean and prep new or grayed wood, removing mold and mildew to help restore the wood back to its natural color.
- Unique, professional formula
- Safe and effective on all exterior wood decks, siding, lattice, fencing, and all other natural wood structures.
- Safe for us on composite decking.
- Environmentally friendly
- 100% biodegradable
- Does not contain any chlorine compounds or sodium hypochlorite bleach
Learn more about Deck and Wood Restoration here...
Step 1: Cleaner- This Wood Cleaner is designed to clean and prep new or grayed wood just like the professionals. Mixed solution will remove mold and mildew to help restore your wood surfaces back to its natural color.
After Cleaning move on to :
Step 2: Brightener- This is applied to the wet wood surfaces after cleaning to brighten the wood for staining or sealing.
The Cleaner is a Sodium Percarbonate based Powder that makes 1 gallons of product per 8oz (1 cup) of powder.
This 40lb size in a 5 gallon pail will produce approximately 80 gallons of solution for coverage of 10,000 to 16,000 square feet of surface area.
Mix Rate: Use a cup (8oz) of the powder per gallon of water to create the cleaning solution.
Coverage: 150-200 Square Feet Per Gallon
Can be applied with roller, deck brush, pump up or 12v battery sprayer.
- Blend 1 cup (8oz) into each gallon of water in your bucket.
- Apply Solution Liberally to the surface using a plastic pump up garden sprayer or brush.
- Allow Solution to Dwell for 8 to 10 minutes, keep the are moist, do not allow the cleaner to dry on the surface.
- Agitate with a stiff brush in the direction of the wood grain.
- Rinse with a garden hose nozzle.
- Allow surface to dry before applying a stain or sealer
Note: Brightener can be used while the surface is wet
Since there is a wide variation in the quality and variety of wood surfaces, test on an inconspicuous are and allow to dry before general use.
- Use this cleaner only on bare, exterior wood surfaces.
- Do not mix or use with other cleaners or chemicals.
- Do not use with metal containers of applicators.
- Avoid contact with metal surfaces such as lawn furniture, garden lights, electrical outlets, etc
Picture of a cleaned deck:
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