|Name||128 oz. Premium Deck Cleaner||10501 12 Oz Wood Bleach||1 gal. Original Concentrated Cleaner/Degreaser||1 gal. Brush Cleaner|
|Container Size||1 Gallon||12 Ounce||1 Gallon||1 Gallon|
|Features||No Additional Features||Eco-Friendly,Non-Toxic||Flammable|
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Not recommended! I would recommend a pump up sprayer so you can control the overspray. If you use a powerwasher you will have overspray flying everywhere. And, since you do not dilute it, most powerwashers are set to dilute with the water..
Hi Sue, thanks for reaching out! Yes, you can use this on already painted decks to prepare it for re-application.
Hi there, it’s the consumer preference wanting to seal or stain the wood. If you have additional questions, please call us at 1-800-426-6306.
I have used this on my Trex decking. It does a great job on mold, algae, and crud. My light tan colored decking does not show any color changes. My dark brown decking may have lightened up a bit but it might also just be normal weathering. I would suggest you try a small area in an out of the way spot to see how it works for you. Also, try letting it soak for a shorter time than the label recommends to find the time frame that gives the best cleaning result with the least risk for adverse bleaching and then rinse off very thoroughly.
This product is made for wood and composition backing. I have never used it on concrete so not sure how well it would work. I will tell you it is a bleach based product.
Hi there, depending on the condition of the stain/wood, this may be an appropriate cleaner. Please call us at 1-800-441-9695 for more information. Thank you!
Absolutely. Works well on all outdoor furniture and cement as well.
I use this deck cleaner all the time for my patio pavers,Trex decking, mold on my roof shingles, and the stained/sealed cedar siding on my house. If used according to the label directions, it will not soften or remove the finish. If left on for quite a while it sometimes loosens the finish but in no way equal to a paint remover. I would NOT recommend its use as a paint stripper. It is a great product for removing mold, mildew and crud fron the surface but that is what it is intended to do. Find a commercial paint stripper if you want to remove the finish prior to restaining.