Restore-A-Deck Injectable Stripper

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Removes Failed Exterior Decking and Wood Stains
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info buttonMakes 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 150-200 sq. feet per gallon (750-1000 sq. feet total) 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 per gallon (500-1000 sq. feet total) when applied with a pump sprayer.

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

*Will not remove solid color stains or paints.

Available Sizes:
2 lb Container
Powder Concentrate:
1 Container Makes 5 Liquid Gallons
Purpose:
Stain Stripper
Coverage Per Gallon:

100-200 sq. ft Per Gallon

Application Tools:
Injector, Sprayer, Stiff Brush
Neutralize: Yes
RAD Step 2

 

 

 

 

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    Teresa · 11/14/2017
    We have pressure washed the deck and still have a lot of stain remaining on the sides and railing. But, most is off the flat deck area. I'm thinking we need stripper to get remaining off and cleaner for the area that we tried to clean. Then use brightener! Your thoughts?
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    Gina · 10/24/2017
    Can the Restore-A-Deck stripper be
    used on wood siding to remove semi-transparent stain?
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    Bonnie · 10/22/2017
    Hello,

    I would really appreciate some clarification on cleaner Vs. stripper. Do you need to clean, strip and then brighten? Or does the stripper also have cleaning properties?
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      RAD Products · 10/22/2017
      If you are stripping, you do not need to use the cleaner. Brightener after the stripping is done.
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    Random Bunny · 10/20/2017
    Temps are getting colder. Expect to see highs in 50s and lows in low 40s. Can I still use the RAD stripper and brightener in these conditions? Or the season of deck-overs is over and it is now better to wait until April/ May next year?
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      RAD Products · 10/20/2017
      Yes, you can but it will take longer for it to work when the temps are cooler.
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    Henry Timmerman · 10/20/2017
    My redwood deck has multiple layers of Behr waterproofer applies over the years. It is now peeling in places. Will Restore a Deck remove layers of old waterproofer ?
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      RAD Products · 10/20/2017
      If heavily layered, you will need multiple strippings to get it all off.
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    Random Bunny · 10/19/2017
    One more question please.
    Looking at the deck board as well as the picture of siding- do you think they both have stain? We bought the house recently and this is our first home and we are not too handy. So trying to figure out if we need stripper or cleaner. Can you please have a look at the pictures and let us know before we order? I plan to order today.
    Thanks
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    Random Bunny · 10/18/2017
    Ok I looked in to the product- it says it is injectable. What does that mean? I was thinking of just using pump sprayer- how is this different?


    Also do I have to scrub after applying stripper or just pressure wash it?
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      RAD Products · 10/18/2017
      Best to apply with a pump sprayer and then pressure wash off. No need to scrub first.
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    Random Bunny · 10/18/2017
    Another picture
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    Random Bunny · 10/18/2017
    Got a question. I tried to power wash my deck by using Behr wood cleaner but it not do a good job. Someone recommended I try RAD product. Can you take a look at the picture and tell me if RAD product is needed? If so, what kind? Thank you.


    Posting 2 pictures in 2 separate postings
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    Dan · 10/07/2017
    I have a redwood deck with some older large redwood posts that have been recently sanded, as well as new redwood that has just been installed. Am I correct that both of these surfaces need to be cleaned and then neutralized? Could the stripper and brightener cause any tannin bleeding? Thanks.
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    RAD Products · 09/25/2017
    Robert Benton:
    On my house I have steel siding and under my deck I have installed an aluminum roof system as I have a walk out basement. Will this stripper have any effect on the steel siding or the aluminum roof system I have installed?

    When I purchased the home many boards on the deck needed replaced. I want to strip and stain the deck so it is uniform.

    It should not but always best to test a spot first to be certain there are not any issues.
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    Robert Benton · 09/25/2017
    On my house I have steel siding and under my deck I have installed an aluminum roof system as I have a walk out basement. Will this stripper have any effect on the steel siding or the aluminum roof system I have installed?

    When I purchased the home many boards on the deck needed replaced. I want to strip and stain the deck so it is uniform.
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    RAD Products · 08/10/2017
    Larry Livengood:
    Will the stripper remove Thompson's clear water seal from my wood deck and upright posts? I understand it has penetrated my wood with a paraffin material to make it water resistant.

    Yes, it will remove the Thompsons water sealer.
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    Larry Livengood · 08/10/2017
    Will the stripper remove Thompson's clear water seal from my wood deck and upright posts? I understand it has penetrated my wood with a paraffin material to make it water resistant.
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    RAD Products · 07/29/2017
    Ambarish Sawant:
    I have solid stain on my deck. Will Stain Stripper remove solid stains?

    No, it will not remove a solid stain or deck paint.
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    Ambarish Sawant · 07/28/2017
    I have solid stain on my deck. Will Stain Stripper remove solid stains?
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    RAD Products · 07/17/2017
    Tim McLaughlin"]I have somewhat older cedar decks and there were some spots where old semi-transparent stain has not worn out yet. Most of the deck however has no stain left. Would like get all the old stain out so when I re-stain it all looks close to the same. Should I use your deck cleaner, brightened, and then stain stripper (to the spots that need it) in that order? Thanks.[/quote]
    No [quote name="Tim McLaughlin:
    I have somewhat older cedar decks and there were some spots where old semi-transparent stain has not worn out yet. Most of the deck however has no stain left. Would like get all the old stain out so when I re-stain it all looks close to the same. Should I use your deck cleaner, brightened, and then stain stripper (to the spots that need it) in that order? Thanks.

    Just use the Stripper first and then brighthen all after. No need for the cleaner.
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    Tim McLaughlin · 07/17/2017
    I have somewhat older cedar decks and there were some spots where old semi-transparent stain has not worn out yet. Most of the deck however has no stain left. Would like get all the old stain out so when I re-stain it all looks close to the same. Should I use your deck cleaner, brightened, and then stain stripper (to the spots that need it) in that order? Thanks.
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    RAD Products · 07/16/2017
    Herman:
    Will the mixed stripper be good for a few days or do you have to use it right away after the mixing?

    Yes. It will not go bad once mixed.
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    Herman · 07/16/2017
    Will the mixed stripper be good for a few days or do you have to use it right away after the mixing?
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    RAD Products · 06/30/2017
    ak21ak:
    Can this be applied after hours of rain or do I need to wait for the wood to dry out?

    The wood can be damp when you apply the stripper.
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    Adam Koehler · 06/30/2017
    Can this be applied after hours of rain or do I need to wait for the wood to dry out?
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    RAD Products · 06/24/2017
    Neville Arnold:
    I have Behr Premium wood coatings transparent weather proofing all in one wood finish applied. Will Restore a Deck Stripper remove this stain and Restore-a-deck Brightener help in this project.

    What type of stain is the Behr? Solid stain, semi-trans, etc.
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    Neville Arnold · 06/23/2017
    I have Behr Premium wood coatings transparent weather proofing all in one wood finish applied. Will Restore a Deck Stripper remove this stain and Restore-a-deck Brightener help in this project.
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    RAD Products · 06/01/2017
    Mike OConnor:
    Hi, I used the restore a deck stripper and then the brightener on my deck but not all of the old stain came off. I applied the Armstrong Clark black walnut but because all of the old stain wasn't off it's blotchy in spots. Should I just try to sand out the blotchy spots and then spot shoot the AC stain? Thanks.

    Hello, you cannot spot sand after applying the AC and then reapplying the AC in those spots. It will end up making it even more blotchy.
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    Mike OConnor · 06/01/2017
    Hi, I used the restore a deck stripper and then the brightener on my deck but not all of the old stain came off. I applied the Armstrong Clark black walnut but because all of the old stain wasn't off it's blotchy in spots. Should I just try to sand out the blotchy spots and then spot shoot the AC stain? Thanks.
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    RAD Products · 06/01/2017
    Jennifer Homeowner:
    We put a transparent stain on our deck last year that was anything but transparent. It darkened the wood and looks terrible. Will Restore-A-Deck remove this fully? We will be spraying it on instead of injecting it.

    Hello, depends on the brand and the type of stain you used. Do you know? Feel free to reply to your email with some pictures.
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    Jennifer Homeowner · 05/31/2017
    We put a transparent stain on our deck last year that was anything but transparent. It darkened the wood and looks terrible. Will Restore-A-Deck remove this fully? We will be spraying it on instead of injecting it.
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    RAD Products · 05/22/2017
    Mike OConnor:
    If I am going to use Armstrong Clark Dark Walnut over a Cabot Timber Oil lighter color, does the deck need to be stripped first or just sanded?

    Strip and brighten for the prep.
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    Mike OConnor · 05/22/2017
    If I am going to use Armstrong Clark Dark Walnut over a Cabot Timber Oil lighter color, does the deck need to be stripped first or just sanded?