Restore-A-Deck Stain Stripper

$34.99
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Makes 5 Liquid Gallons ...Enough to Strip 500-1000+ Sq. Feet!

Restore-A-Deck Injectable Deck Stain Stripper is the first and only powdered concentrated deck stain stripper that is designed to be injected through a pressure washer. RAD Stain Stripper can be applied with a pump up sprayer as well.

The Restore-A-Deck stripper when injected will remove penetrating transparent and semi-transparent wood decking stain and coatings. Covers 200 sq. feet per gallon when injected through pressure washer.

When applied through a pump sprayer, the RAD stripper is twice as strong and can remove most transparent, semi-transparent, and semi-solid deck stains. Great for removing failed semi-transparent acrylic stains! Covers 100-200 sq. feet when applied with a pump sprayer.

The Restore-A-Deck Injectable Deck Stain Stripper needs to be neutralized with the RAD Step 2 Wood Brightener.

ADVANTAGES

  • #1 Rated Wood Deck Stain Stripper
  • Removes most clear, transparent, semi-transparent, and semi-solid coatings.
  • Powdered formula makes 5 liquid gallons when mixed
  • Extremely cost effective. When mixed, the cost is less than $7 a gallon.
  • Eco-Safe formulas
  • Preps previously stained wood and decks
  • Safe to use on all exterior wood surfaces, not just decks
  • Applied with pump sprayer for max results or injected through pressure washer for easier to remove finishes
  • Can be mixed at a stronger ratio for difficult to remove finishes. Max would be 3 gallons of water to one container of Restore-A-Deck Stripper

Coverage: 500-1000 sq.feet per container.

*Will not remove solid color stains, paints, or polyurethanes.

Reviews

Friday, 05 May 2017

Top rated deck stain stripper.

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    Gus · 05/12/2018
    Just ordered RAD Stripper and Brightener for a Pacific NW deck that was done with Behr semi-transparent. Tried Behr stripper without much success. I figure I will have to sand some after the RAD stripper. When do you recommend using Brightener. After sanding or after stripping?
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      The Sealer Store · 05/13/2018
      Behr can be very difficult to strip. Really depends on how thick the coating is. Strip off what you can, sand the rest, then use the wood brightener.
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    Randy Bly · 04/23/2018
    I want to clean and brighten an arbor that is above an exposed aggregate patio.

    What effect will it have on the patio? Cleaned and brightened also? Thanks
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    Jeff · 03/27/2018
    Can I use this to strip penofin ultra premium red label oil based stain from my redwood pergola?
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      The Sealer Store · 03/27/2018
      Jeff, the RAD Stripper works very well for stripping Penofin.
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    Domenic Serrone · 03/13/2018
    Re 23 year old deck Thanks !!! I'll send you pics after the Job is done. I've used your products before with great results!!
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    Domenic Serrone · 03/13/2018
    Re 23 year old deck Thanks !!!
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    Domenic Serrone · 03/13/2018
    RE 23 year old deck
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    Domenic Serrone · 03/13/2018
    Re 23 year old deck
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      The Sealer Store · 03/13/2018
      We would suggest stripping and brightening for the prep this time. You will get better results for the TWP stain.
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    Domenic Serrone · 03/12/2018
    Re:23 year old deck. Have only used TWP 100 thats why deck is in great shape for 23yrs old. I have all three products at my disposal, so I can use either Cleaner or Stripper just want best job that a 70 year old man can do. Going back with TWP 103 thats what I have always used.
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      The Sealer Store · 03/12/2018
      Domenic, could you post a picture of the deck in current condition? That would help decide if cleaning or stripping would be the best course of action.
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    Domenic Serrone · 03/12/2018
    My deck is 23 years old and been stripped only once. Would just the cleaner be enough?

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      The Sealer Store · 03/12/2018
      This depends on the brand of stain you used before and the brand you will use. If switching stain brands, you must remove all previous coatings first.
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    Domenic Serrone · 03/12/2018
    My deck is 23 years old and been stripped only once. Should I use the cleaner 1st, then the stripper, and finish with the brightener for best results.
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      The Sealer Store · 03/12/2018
      Hello, no reason to use the cleaner if you are going to use the stain stripper. Brightener when done.
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    The Sealer Store · 09/26/2017
    Bruce Hammock:
    My deck buts up against an exterior wall of painted Hardy Plank. Below the deck floor, the wall is poured in place concrete covered with painted stucco. Will the overspray from the stripper remove the paint from these walls? if so, what are the preventive actions?

    The Stripper does not remove paint unless the paint is peeling. Just rinse any overspray right away and you should be fine.
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    Bruce Hammock · 09/26/2017
    My deck buts up against an exterior wall of painted Hardy Plank. Below the deck floor, the wall is poured in place concrete covered with painted stucco. Will the overspray from the stripper remove the paint from these walls? if so, what are the preventive actions?
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    The Sealer Store · 11/17/2015
    To be safe it would be best to use the RAD Stripper followed by the Brightener.
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    Catherine R Rule · 11/16/2015
    I usually strip and restain my cedar wood deck every year because by the next Spring it has faded to gray again. I now realize it is because for 12 years I was not using a quality stain and I had always used Clear because I didn't want the wood to darken.
    This Spring I used TWP 100 Clear. It was completely transparent and the wood is still a blond color. Also, the label on the container stated no UAV protection, but it actually held up pretty well.
    Next Spring I would like to stain it with the Cedar tone stain.
    Before I restain it next Spring, should I use the RAD Stain Stripper or will the RAD Brightner or Cleaner be sufficient? Either way I'll be pressure washing it again, but I'm not sure which RAD product to use.
    Thanks.
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    The Sealer Store · 05/03/2015
    No it does no matter.
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    Bayylis · 05/02/2015
    When using RAD Stripper does it make a difference if you use "softened water" as opposed to regular tap water? Thanks
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    The Sealer Store · 10/24/2014
    If minor you could try sanding it off the verticals.
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    John Maier · 10/24/2014
    I looked at my deck again and while there is no visible stain anywhere on the decking or horizontal railings, the vertical slats have remnants of stain. Suggestions for an easy, cost effective solution? It seems like a waste to buy a stripper for such as small area but I do not want to just leave the vertical slats as they are and have the new stain now work correctly. Thanks again!
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    The Sealer Store · 10/23/2014
    If not old stain is visible then no need to to strip. Just use the Restore a Deck Kits that contains the cleaner and brightener.
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    John Maier · 10/23/2014
    The deck was probably not stained for at least two years and there is no remnants of the old stain at all. Do I still need to use a stripper first? Thanks!