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Deck & Wood Stripper 5 Gallon DRP

Quick Overview

  • Used to remove Coatings from wood surfaces, the professionals choice in coating removal and stripping
  • safely remove all types of wood stains and coatings, including oil-based coating, water-based coatings, and hybrids. The only difference is the mix ratio and dwell time.
  • This is step 1, the wood may appear dark, even black. Don’t worry. It will brighten back up to its beautiful original color once you apply the DRP Brightener in the next step.
  • The stripper has a surfactant that lifts the coating up, so you just need to gently rinse. Make sure you rinse until all the product is off.

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Deck & Wood Stripper

DRP Deck and Wood Stripper is designed for those wood surfaces that have a coating or stain that needs to be removed. The to safely remove all types of wood stains and coatings, including oil-based coating, water-based coatings, and hybrids. The only difference is the mix ratio and dwell time.

DRP Professional Strength Deck & Wood Stripper is a concentrated water based product for removing exterior deck and wood stains. Use on pressure treated pine, oak, redwood, cedar and other common wood types.

Removes clear, transparent, semi-transparent and solid color stains from decks, siding, fencing and other wood surfaces. 

This product does not contain any bleach or phosphates.

Learn more about Deck and Wood Restoration here...

To use:

  1. Pre-wet the wood. This keeps the product closer to the surface so it’s more effective and also helps prevent damaging the wood.
  2. Apply the stripper. Mix ratios vary from 3:1 for hard-to-remove stains/coating to 7:1 for those that are easier to remove.
  3. Allow to dwell as long as needed, typically between 20 to 40 minutes. If you’re working in cold weather, it may take a little longer.
  4. Do a “scuff” test. Either using a nylon brush or the heel of your boot, rub it on the surface and see if the coating is coming off. If so, then it’s time to rinse.
  5. Rinse thoroughly using a low-pressure rinse, keeping your nozzle 6 to 12 inches away from the wood. The stripper has a surfactant that lifts the coating up, so you just need to gently rinse. Make sure you rinse until all the product is off.

Note: The wood will likely appear dark, possibly even black. Don’t worry. It will brighten back up to its beautiful original color once you apply the DRP Brightener in the next step.


Undiluted gallon covers approximately 100-150 Square Feet. Overall coverage varies depending on dilution rate and substrate concentrate makes up to 10 gallons.

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