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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    RAD Products · 11/28/2012
    Hard to say for 100% sure. Is the Olympic the water based version or the oil based version?
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    Eric Wilson · 11/28/2012
    I recently built and stained a deck with Olympic Maximum semi-trans 6 year protection, neutral base, stain/sealer. problem is: the stain is way darker than the swatch (almost chocolate brown). It still needs a second coat too. I thought about doing the second coat in a much lighter stain so it doesnt darken even more. Ive also thought about doing the restore-a-deck stain remover and brightener and starting over. Will this remover work to where I can re-stain it with a walnut stain and will it lift the chocolate color? Please help. thx!
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    RAD Products · 10/03/2012
    If you cannot see it then it is probably gone.
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    Joe Voelker · 10/03/2012
    Thank you,

    Is there a way to tell that all of the Penofin is gone?
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    RAD Products · 10/02/2012
    This will remove the Penofin. Make sure to use the RAD brightener after.
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    Joe Voelker · 10/02/2012
    I have a 25 year old redwood deck that was treated a few years back with Penofin clear oil. The deck has gone from nice to almost black. I have sanded the deck but understand that I also need to use a stripper to fully remove the oil.

    Is your product strong enough for this job or do you reccommend another stripper?
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    RAD Products · 09/19/2012
    Yes that is correct.
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    Kerri · 09/19/2012
    I have sanded and used RAD stripper. Would my next step be the RAD brightner and then stain?
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    RAD Products · 09/19/2012
    I would use a pressure washer with the stripper and then sand after if needed. Do not use a wire brush.
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    RAD Products · 09/19/2012
    You can use a solid but like I mentioned, it will be a pain to deal with in the future when applying TWP.
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    Dan · 09/19/2012
    Hi-
    I just did a sample application of the RAD stripper to see how it would do on what I think is semi solid stain. I didn't use a pump sprayer b/c I have no familiarity with it, and I used a natural fiber brush to scrub the wood. Most of the stain came off, but it was a lot of work. Would you recommend sanding beforehand? Or afterwards as needed? Also, is a wire brush too harsh for a deck?
    Thanks.
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    Dave · 09/19/2012
    Thank you. I am referring to the exposed portion of the pressure treated wood. Here in the NW the stuff has holes all over it and is basically orange. My beams and vertical supports are made of the stuff and are not wrapped in cedar. Even the superdeck stuff didn't make much of a stain on the orange pressure treat and I am sure the TWP won't either----it will still be orange. Kinda the hand we are dealt out here if you don't wrap with cedar. So, that is why I was wondering about a solid stain on the noticeably visible portions of the superstructure.....

    Thanks
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    RAD Products · 09/18/2012
    We appreciate the positive feedback!

    If you sand make sure to sand all otherwise it will look like you spot sanded when you stain. It would be a good idea to use the brightener after the sanding.

    For the underside I would not use a solid. Whenever you stain the exposed top side the stain will drip down on top the solid and leave it looking messy. I would use the same stain for the underside as you use on the top.
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    Dave · 09/18/2012
    I purchased your RAD stripper and brightner, along with TWP awhile back......after countersinking my screws (all 2000 of them) and replacing cracked boards, my 18 month old cedar deck is ready to be stripped, brightened, and sealed. I did a small 10x10' porch area with the stripper 3 days ago---the old product that failed was Superdeck..WOW, this stripper works well. I used a garden hose to flush it off, then used the brightner. what I now see are areas the stripper didn't get down into, so I am thinking light sanding, then the TWP.
    Any brightner AFTER the sanding or just blow off dust and seal??

    Also, the deck superstructure is all pressure treated wood and is not wrapped. It really needs color as it is all orange. I debated a solid stain on that portion only but in the future if we strip or whatever the TWP off the boards, I am wondering about damage to the finish of the pressure treated portions. Any idea what would be useful on the pressure treated stuff to add color?

    Thanks, and that stripper is incredible stuff...
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    RAD Products · 09/16/2012
    RAD stripper does not remove solid stains completely.
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    Ron · 09/16/2012
    I have a deck which I put solid stain on about 4 years ago. I have completely sanded the deck surface down to the wood, but there are some spots around nails and in deep wood grains that I am unable to get sanded down. I want to get these spots stripped but dont know the best rout to take. If I stain over them I am concerned the stain will not take. Any feeback would be appreciated.

    Thanks.
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    RAD Products · 09/12/2012
    The RAD stripper is an excellent product and would help remove the Behr. Behr though can be difficult to remove as it is basically a then paint. You may need to strip it a couple of times to get it off.
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    mike · 09/12/2012
    Hi I put on a Behr transparent redwood #502 (weatherproof) on my redwood fence. I need to strip it off what is the best product to use?
    thanks Mike
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    RAD Products · 08/18/2012
    Failure to strip will result in a uneven appearance when there are still remnants of old stain partially left.
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    DL · 08/18/2012
    Our deck has been stained twice in 3 years. First time when we put it up and then last time 1 year ago, using Behr. After the winter, with the dogs running in and out, most of the deck stain flaked off. The wood is practically barren in most open areas. Water does not bead up in 80% of the deck surface. There are strips of stain left on the stairs and it is more complete in sections under our overhang. But hubby is thinking it would be fine NOT using a stripper...what do you think? What if we did not use it?
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    RAD Products · 08/11/2012
    I would mix the 2# container of the RAD stripper with 5 gallons of water. Inject on with you chemical injector. You will get close to 1000 sq. feet of coverage with the 5 gallon pail quite easily but it does depend on the brand on stain you are trying to remove. Some brands are difficult to remove and you should use a pump sprayer instead.
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    Donna · 08/11/2012
    I am trying to determine application concentration with a pressure washer. We are working vertically and overhead on the porch and need to be up and down a ladder with all 4 sides of posts to be done. On testing with the chemical injector, I use 2 cups of "chemical" to spray a gallon of water which happens in about 30 seconds. At that rate, I will use up 5 gallons in 20 minutes which seems very fast and a huge amount of stripper. Directions say it will do 500-1000 s.f. but the math doesn't seem to add up. There is no adjustment on the rate of spray. Also, I am diluting the solution by a 1:8 ratio. Will it still be effective?
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    RAD Products · 08/10/2012
    You can inject the RAD stripper with a downstream injector and a soap tip. Saturate the wood well and let sit for 10-15 minutes. Pressure was off.
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    Donna · 08/10/2012
    I am applying RAD Stripper with a Craftsman pressure washer. Do I use the soap/detergent hose and nozzle? Any special dierections?
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    RAD Products · 08/06/2012
    The RAD Stripper will remove most of it but Behr can be stubborn. If you cannot get it all off then I would suggest the Armstrong Clark in one of the semi-solid colors.
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    chris · 08/05/2012
    Hello - we are prepping an older pressure treated deck for staining. The old stain appears to be semi-trans (color is uniform, but can see grain). The old stain is likely Behr brand. We've replaced a few boards with the current flavor of pressure treated wood (home depot). The new boards haven't been stained.

    Two questions:
    Is the RAD stripper the best choice for this scenario? If we go with the RAD stripper and it doesn't get off all the old finish (and we don't want to sand due to the toxic wood), should we stick with semi-trans, or go with a solid color stain?

    Thanks
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    RAD Products · 08/03/2012
    In some cases the stripper may raise the grain slightly. If it does then you can lightly sand with 60 grit after using the stripper and brightener.
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    Bill · 08/03/2012
    Do I need to sand the deck if I use RAD? My plan of attack, because a semi transparent stain was put on, is to use the stripper then the brightener and skip the cleaner then seal.
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    RAD Products · 07/31/2012
    Behr can be very difficult to remove. I would strip off as much as possible then sand off the rest if needed.
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    MARK VERMEER · 07/30/2012
    I've unfortunately used Home Depot water-based (Bear) products to "cedar" stain my deck. Now it is a hodgepodge of open, split cedar wood, some of it fairly bare...but split and some of it with splotches of it Baer stain...and split. I have a big deck, lots of spindles, and lots of stairs. I'm going to try restore-a-deck stripper and brightener. Assuming it works, then what? Assuming it doesn't work, then what?