Here is a great review and testimonial by one of our customers:

I just wanted to let you know I am very happy with your Restore A Deck kit. My deck was neglected for 7 years prior to me using your product kit. It made my deck boards look almost new again. I used it in conjunction with Armstrong Clarke stain and I have a great finished product. I have a home repairs and upgrades YouTube channel called TightWadRepairs. I recorded a video of me using your product to share with others and lately it has become pretty popular with over 20,000 views and 99% positive feedback. You are welcome to add a link to my video on your site if you wish.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Ben Palmer

TightWadRepairs

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    KAREN · 05/10/2018
    Can I use RAD cleaner and brightener with TWP or Clark Armstrong stains?
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    Karen · 05/10/2018
    I have a southern exposure cedar deck that get sun most of the day. It is 3 years old and has never been treated. It has weathered to a gray color. I live in ND with harsh winters. For prepping I plan on cleaning and brightening. I would like to use a semi-transparent stain. should I use Restore a Deck, TWP or Armstrong Clark? And why should I use that particular brand.
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      RAD Products · 05/10/2018
      Any of the brands we sell will work great for this deck.
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    KAREN · 04/25/2018
    Will the cleaner or brightener affect aluminum or steel siding?
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      RAD Products · 04/25/2018
      Depends on the how they are coated. Typically no but always best to test first.
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    Ed Gallego · 01/03/2018
    I plan to use a solid deck paint/stain on my existing redwood decks. They were last done three years ago with a semi-solid stain. Can I paint them after stripping or must I use a brightener?
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      RAD Products · 01/04/2018
      You should brighten after to neutralize the stripper and restore the pH balance. Better for the new stain or paint.
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    Mark. Brigham · 12/16/2017
    will the restore process kill my plants that surround my deck.
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      RAD Products · 12/17/2017
      No, but always pre-wet and rinse when done so the plants are not covered in residue that comes off the deck.
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    RAD Products · 09/08/2017
    Thomas Furtaw:
    Just received my shipment of cleaner and brightener. My deck floor is about 350 sq ft. Is it better to split up the cleaner application since I have to keep it from drying? Can I start the cleaning process even if the deck is damp from rain? Can I put on the brightener even if deck recently wetted down to remove the cleaner?

    Apply all at once. You can always mist the areas that you are not working on with water to keep wet. You can apply the cleaner if damp from rain. The brightener goes on as soon as you are done with the cleaning and rinsed well.
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    Thomas Furtaw · 09/07/2017
    Just received my shipment of cleaner and brightener. My deck floor is about 350 sq ft. Is it better to split up the cleaner application since I have to keep it from drying? Can I start the cleaning process even if the deck is damp from rain? Can I put on the brightener even if deck recently wetted down to remove the cleaner?
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    RAD Products · 09/03/2017
    Nikli:
    My cedar fence is turning grey, do I need to use the restore-a-deck cleaner (step 1) before using the restore-a-deck brightner (step 2) or can I just use the brightner to get rid of the grey look?

    You need the cleaner to remove the gray and then brighten after.
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    Nikli · 09/03/2017
    My cedar fence is turning grey, do I need to use the restore-a-deck cleaner (step 1) before using the restore-a-deck brightner (step 2) or can I just use the brightner to get rid of the grey look?