Restore-A-Deck Package 600

$88.99
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Our most popular kit provides enough product to clean and then brighten a 30x20 deck with rails and 5 steps. For a fence this package will clean and then brighten both sides of 90 feet of fence.

You will receive 2 containers of Step 1 Wood Cleaner and 2 containers of Step 2 Wood Brightener.

Leftover product can be used to clean concrete, house siding, lawn furniture and awnings. (Do not use over grass, clean furniture on a hard surface)

A certified wood contractor would charge about $350 to perform this service for you. Similar products like Cabot's Problem Solver stripper and brightener would cost $150.

Restore-A-Deck Step 1 is a wood cleaner and preps stains for reapplication of a stain. It is not a stain stripper or remover of old stains. Please see Restore-A-Deck Stripper if you are trying to remove a semi-transaprent stain.

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Friday, 05 May 2017

Clean and brighten your wood deck with this kit.

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    The Sealer Store · 07/08/2014
    You should not have to worry about fuzzies when already stained and yes the RAD will rep for another coat. Light coat will help.

    Thanks
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    Ian FitzGerald · 07/07/2014
    Last year I built a cedar deck and used the Restore-A-Deck cleaner/brightener on it before applying Armstrong-Clark Amber semi-transparent stain. Much of the cedar got sun-damaged and grey before I had a chance to stain it, and the deck cleaner left tons of fuzzy fibers that I had to sand off prior to staining (that's my fault for waiting so long, not RAD's fault). The stain on some of the horizontal boards is looking a little thin now, and I'm thinking about applying another coat of stain to the whole deck. Is RAD appropriate for prepping my deck for restaining? Is another coat on the whole deck a good idea? Will I need to worry about fuzzies again?
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    The Sealer Store · 06/03/2014
    You do not need the cleaner if using the stripper.
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    Gary Hill · 06/02/2014
    I have an old deck (25yrs) still in good condition. I would like to strip old stains with RAD. I know I have to use the brightener also. Should I also use the cleaner if I have already power washed the deck?
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    The Sealer Store · 10/02/2013
    Please call office. They will replace what is damaged. Sorry about this.
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    JP · 10/02/2013
    I ordered a pail of stain and this restore a deck package 600 and found them on the doorstep today. Opened the package with the 4 restore a deck containers and both containers of brightener were opened and spilled a large amount of the powder in the box and was all over the outside of the box. Let's just say I'm not a happy camper. Is there some way we can make this right? I took a couple photos of the package if you want verification.
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    The Sealer Store · 07/28/2012
    Yes all new wood needs to be cleaned and brightened before staining. The RAD products are mixed with water and best applied with a pump sprayer then lightly pressure washed or heavy scrubbed. Both stains would work well with new PTP wood.
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    DuWayne Lund · 07/27/2012
    I am new at this, I have a new deck three months old it is PTW in the gold tone or cedar color. I think I will need to clean it before I stain it, is that right?
    With the Restore-A-Deck package I see that I will receive 2 containers of Step 1 Wood Cleaner and 2 containers of Step 2 Wood Brightener. How is this product used? How long a wait time to do the staining?
    Also I see you recommend both Timber Oil and Armstrong Clark for the stain. Is one of the two any better for the new pressure treated pine?
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    The Sealer Store · 10/06/2011
    Penofin's clear/natural is not a true clear. It is a lightly pigmented stain.
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    gail · 10/05/2011
    I used Penofin clear/natural with no stain. So it is not stain remaining. It is still black from mold/mildew. Would using bleach 1 time damage the wood?
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    The Sealer Store · 10/05/2011
    Step 1 is a wood deck cleaner not a stain stripper. I suspect that the old stain is not coming off completely. You could try the bleach but if that does not work then you should use a deck stain stripper ([url]http://www.opwdecks.com/wooddeckstrippers.htm[/url]). Brighten everything when done.
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    gail · 10/05/2011
    Sorry, forgot to specify, that I'm using Restore-a-Deck product.
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    gail · 10/05/2011
    Just used step 1 on my Mahogany deck. Had to do alot of brushing to clean the black (mold and mildew). Had used Penofin last year, 1 coat when the deck was new. Will the brightener take the black spots off or should I spot treat them with bleach? I don't have any Deck cleaner left.
    I haven't used the brightener yet. It's a 2 day job.
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    The Sealer Store · 09/04/2011
    Most likely you will need to apply a stain if you do not have a coat on already or if your current stain has deteriorated.
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    Bud J · 09/04/2011
    Do I need to reapply stain after using this? Thanks.
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    The Sealer Store · 06/06/2011
    Pre wet and rinse is all you need to do.
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    Gary Rowland · 06/06/2011
    Do shrubs need to be protected from this product or will rinsing off all areas prevent any killing of the plants?
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    dave canale · 05/10/2011
    hi scott

    sorry. i see you answered this already but I didnt go down far enough to see. thanks

    dave
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    dave canale · 05/10/2011
    hi scott
    is restore a deck a cleaner/brightener or a stripper/brightener? i have a lot of mold and mildew after applying penofin last year and plan on using the red label this year but i notice there is still a bit of stubborn old stain in some spots and i want to get that off too. will this also act as a stripper or would I be better off with a seperate stripper thanks

    dave
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    The Sealer Store · 05/03/2011
    The Restore-A-Deck is a wood cleaner, not a stain stripper. It's purpose is to clean and remove dirt, grime, mildew, algae, uv graying, and to prep for reapplication of stain.

    If the old stain is extremely deteriorated, then yes it could remove a stain.
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