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Deck & Wood Stain Brightener 5 Gallon DRP

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


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Item #: 320-775

$86.95

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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.

Typically used as a 2nd step in the exterior wood restoration process to neutralize and brighten surfaces back to like new condition.

Undiluted gallon covers approximately 200-250 Square Feet. Overall coverage varies depending on dilution rate and substrate concentrate makes up to 20 gallons.


**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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