Deck & Wood Restorer 5 Gallon DRP
- DRP’s Deck and Wood Stripper is designed for those wood surfaces that have a coating or stain that needs to be removed.
- Just about all coatings can be removed, the only difference is the mix ratio and dwell time to do so.
- Safely remove all types of wood stains and coatings, including oil-based coating, water-based coatings, and hybrids.
- This is the first step for removing a sealer from wood, when completed move on to Step 2: Wood Brightening
- Thee Easy Steps; 1) Clean and Restore or Strip, 2) Brighten the Wood, 3) Apply the stain
Deck Restoration Plus: Deck & Wood Restorer
This amazing product is a stronger cleaner that removes organic growth as well as lightly strips and restores wood all in one step. This is the go-to project for wood-restoration professionals. Deck & Wood Restorer is a concentrated, water based product for restoring exterior deck and wood surfaces.
- Concentrated sodium metasilicate-based cleaner
- Safe for use on pressure-treated pine, oak, cedar, redwood, and other common wood surfaces
- Restores weathered wood to its natural color
- Removes stains caused by mold, mildew, and moss.
- Contains no sodium hypochlorite (bleach)
- Undiluted gallon covers approximately 100-150 Square Feet.
- Overall coverage varies depending on dilution rate and substrate
- Concentrate makes up to 20 gallons
Restores gray and weathered wood to it's natural color and removes stains caused by mold, mildew and moss.
Used on decks, siding, fencing and other wood structures this product does not contain any bleach or phosphates.
This product is sodium metasilicate based.
Undiluted gallon covers approximately 100-150 Square Feet. Overall coverage varies depending on dilution rate and substrate.
One 5 gallon concentrate makes up to 20 gallons.
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