Restore-A-Deck Stripper/Brightener Kit

$64.99
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Includes Step 1 Restore-A-Deck Stripper & Step 2 Wood Brightener Kit


Extremely cost-effective. When mixed, the cost is less than $6 a gallon for each Step.
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Restore A Deck Stain Stripper and Brightener Kit

1 RAD Stripper and 1 RAD Brightener

Coverage: 500-1000 sq. feet per kit. Each Kit Makes 5 Gallons of Stain Stripper and 5 Gallons of Wood Brightener

DESCRIPTION
Restore-A-Deck Wood Stain Stripper is a biodegradable, powdered concentrate that quickly removes worn finishes to restore wood surfaces. Stains and varnishes are removed along with collected dirt, mold, mildew and mill glaze.

Restore-A-Deck Wood Brightener is a biodegradable, powdered concentrate that is mixed with water to brighten and restore the natural beauty of all species of exterior wood. This product excels at brightening, removing rust stains, and tannin stains caused by fallen leaves. Restore-A-Deck Wood Brightener is a safe, product that will not only brighten but neutralize the surface of the wood, creating an ideal surface that is ready to be stained.

This combo kit includes Step 1 RAD Stripper and Step 2 RAD Wood Brightener.

WHERE TO USE
Restore-A-Deck Wood Stain Stripper removes most oil and latex based finishes including: clear film-forming varnishes, transparent, and semi-transparent stains.

SURFACE PREPARATION:
Surfaces to be stripped must be above 50°F. Protect adjacent surfaces; cover with plastic sheets and/or tape off any adjacent areas not being stripped. Thoroughly wet and/or cover plants and shrubs. Rinsing residue will not harm plants or roots. Exposure to full strength product will burn foliage.

The Restore-A-Deck Stain Stripper needs to be neutralized and this combo kit comes with the Step 2 Restore-a-Deck Wood Brightener.

ADVANTAGES

  • #1 Rated Wood Deck Stain Stripper and Wood Brightener
  • RAD Stain Stripper removes most clear, transparent, semi-transparent, and semi-solid coatings
  • RAD Stain Stripper preps previously stained wood and decks
  • RAD Wood Brightener neutralizes stain strippers
  • RAD Wood Brightener brightens and restores wood surfaces
  • RAD Wood Brightener restore pH balance of wood
  • Powdered formulas makes 5 liquid gallons when mixed
  • Extremely cost effective. When mixed, the cost is less than $7 a gallon
  • Eco-Safe formulas
  • Safe to use on all exterior wood surfaces, not just decks

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

Do you Have a Difficult to Remove Coating?

Restore-A-Deck Stain Stripper Additives

 

Reviews

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Most economical stain stripper and wood brightener kit that e have and on the market. Excellent are removing failed coatings!

RAD Products

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    Corey · 09/29/2021
    Based on picture, should I strip, brighten and stain?  Or can I just do either strip or brighten and stain?  I had someone stain it last year but didn't do a great job and they tried to power wash it and didn't help.  It's mahogany.  Thank you
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    Kal · 09/14/2021
    Hello!
    First timer here.
    I bought this kit. Spent today cleaning the shrubbery around the deck as well as getting used to doing the pressure washing.
    I see some scratches I think from people moving furniture. 
    Will the stripper/brightener be enough or should I get a sander to try to hand sand away the scratches a bit?
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      RAD Products · 09/15/2021
      You cannot remove scratches with the prep if they are deep. Do not spot sand as then the stain will not apply evenly. Best to just leave as is.
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        Kal · 09/16/2021
        Okay.
        This is after 2 rounds of the stripper. Should I do a 3rd?
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          RAD Products · 09/16/2021
          Send a picture when the wood is dry. Hard to tell now.
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    Roger · 09/09/2021
    Several years ago I used Dalys Seafin Ship'n Shore Penetrating Waterproofing Sealer on otherwise untreated railings. It's a petroleum based product, which they say is compatible with urethane varnishes. I want to use your products. Should I strip the railings first, or is cleaning and brightening enough? Thanks
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      RAD Products · 09/09/2021
      You will have to remove the Dalys and it may not be strippable if similar to a urethane. Post some pictures.
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    michele · 09/09/2021
    I powerwashed  my cedar deck & we are sanding down to the bare wood.  Do I need to use stripper and brightener?  If so, should I use it before or after sanding? Thank you.
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      RAD Products · 09/09/2021
      No need to strip but you should clean and brighten after sanding to open up the wood grain.
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    Norman · 08/22/2021
    I have a porch that was stained with Cabots Australian Timber Oil which has faded on the east side in the Florida sun. Do I needed to strip and brighten or clean and brighten prior to reapplying timber oil?
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    Jeremy · 08/10/2021
    Hello! I want to restore my 22 year old deck. The deck was stained with Sherwin Williams DeckScapes semi-transparent stain. I will replace my deck boards, but the vertical surfaces are ok. I want to stain them with a solid stain. What is the process of preparation? And what products will I need? I have a pressure washer (2000 PSI) and I have a pump sprayer HDX that I use to spray for ants around the house. Thanks.
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    Rose · 08/09/2021
    Used stripper with thickening agent, then brightened. Streaks have appeared on some sections of untreated pine, not the treated wood sections. Pics attached. Any suggestions to remove these? Sanding does not do the trick, I’ve tried. These pics have been sanded. I have many untreated pine boards to go but a little hesitant until I get your ideas. Thanks. 
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    Aviel · 08/04/2021
    If I have an herbicide sprayer, can I clean that out and use it to spray the stripper and brightener? 
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    Reese · 08/02/2021
    Is it okay to use stripper on a recently sanded deck?
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      RAD Products · 08/03/2021
      Yes, but why would you if you sanded off the old stain?
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    Katherine · 07/24/2021
    We built a pressure treated pine deck in 2019, stained using Pittsburg Paramount semi-transparent in 2020. It’s peeling and looks awful now. What do I need to do to replace with TWP 100?
    Product on deck.
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      RAD Products · 07/25/2021
      Please send pics of the deck and its current condition.
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    Mark Villarosa · 07/24/2021
    My pictures are below. When stripping do I need to protect metal screened in porch frame with tape or plastic?
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      RAD Products · 07/24/2021
      When stripping you will need to rinse through the spindles so best to take the screens off. If that is not feasible, then you will need to continue to sand all until there is no more stain left.
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    Rose · 07/23/2021
    When using the stripper, do I need to cover vinyl siding on my porch walls? Am stripping porch ceiling, floor, and railings. Thanks.
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      RAD Products · 07/23/2021
      Cover or rinse very well prior to and during if any stripper gets on the vinyl.
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        Rose · 07/28/2021
        What is the maximum number of days I have to use the  brightener after I strip and sand off any semi solid stain that still exists?
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    Mark V · 07/11/2021
    First pic didn’t post. Here is the before…
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    Mark V · 07/11/2021
    We had a contractor apply Cabot Gold stain to a year old non prepped floor. They put way too much on and it was really tacky.  We have tried mineral spirits and when that didn’t work we belt sanded everything.  First pic is before and 2nd and 3rd is after sanding.  Do I need to just strip and brighten to put new stain on? Do i really need additives?  Also, do I need to protect the metal screened in porch next to the wood floor? Thanks for any information!
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      RAD Products · 07/11/2021
      Strip and then brighten to get it all off using the additives as well. 
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    Paul Hribernick · 07/06/2021
    Two summers ago (7/2019) I RAD cleaned and brightened my grayed Ipe deck.  Used Armstrong-Clark Mahogany oil based stain.  It has how faded and I want to re-stain.  Do I strip-then-brighten or clean-then-brighten?
    Thanks!
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    Tom Williams · 07/03/2021
    Will the RAD stripper remove Thompson’s WaterSeal Semi transparent stain from pressure treated deck boards?  
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    Jeff · 06/15/2021
    Hello, I have a 5 year old deck that measures 38 x 15 and was stained/waterproofed (Olympic semi transparent Cedar Naturaltone) too early so it looks terrible.  Recently I replaced several boards due to cupping/curling.  The deck needs to be either sanded or stripped and brightened, then treated later. What are your recommendations??  Also, if stripping, will one stripper - brightener kit do the job for it and the railings.  Thanks in advance
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    Brett · 06/14/2021
    Hello is this stain or paint on my deck? What products should I use to restore my deck? Thanks
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      RAD Products · 06/15/2021
      That is a solid color deck stain and a stripper cannot remove this effectively. You will have to sand it all off if you want to remove fully. The other option is to strip off what you can, brighten, then use the RAD in a solid stain color over it: https://www.restore-a-deck.com/restore-a-deck-wood-stain/restore-a-deck-solid-stain.html
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        Brett · 06/15/2021
        I have a small orbital sander and a pressure washer. Should I still use the stripper or a cleaner?
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          RAD Products · 06/15/2021
          Stripper.
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            Brett · 06/15/2021
            Last question, is it a problem if I use the semi transparent stain and not the solid color?
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              RAD Products · 06/15/2021
              The only way for you to use a semi-transparent color is to power sand off your current solid stain fully.
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    SK · 06/02/2021
    My deck was last stained maybe 3-4 years ago with a Sherwin Williams SuperDeck solid stain.  
    I understand I need to use a stripper and then brightener, and then a solid stain.
    Do I need any additives to the stripper?
    Do I need to sand off any solid stain that does not come off with the stripper?
    Can I stain with a solid stain that is a lighter and different color or does it need to be darker than the current color, especially if it doesn’t all come off with the stripper?
    Thanks.
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    Kathy · 06/01/2021
    Hi -- will this remove STORM Category 2 Oil finish?
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      RAD Products · 06/02/2021
      Post some pictures in the comment area of the deck.
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        Kathy Matthews · 06/02/2021
        Here are some photos - two coats of storm on floor boards.
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          RAD Products · 06/02/2021
          Best to use the RAD stripper with both additives: https://www.restore-a-deck.com/rad-stain-stripper-additives.html
          Brightener after. It is not an easy strip due to the excessive coatings so you may need to strip a couple of times to get it all off.
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            Kathy Matthews · 06/02/2021
            I have already tried two other strippers and sanded so I am hoping yours will take the rest of it off. 
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              Kathy Matthews · 06/02/2021
              Are there any locations that I can locally purchase this product rather than ordering it online?  I am in Eden Prairie, MN. Any idea how long shipping takes? What is your refund policy if it does not work?
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    Erin Anderson · 05/31/2021
    I have about 1800 sq ft of deck/handrails. Previous owner used decks capes solid stain on 2x6 boards. I’m not sure what is on the handrails? I would like to stain the decking with a semi-transparent oil penetrating stain. I realizes I have to sand it all. How should I prep deck boards vs handrail?
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    Cori Jacobs · 05/25/2021
    This product sounds great. I have a couple of questions. - do I need to strip my deck first? I have used Storm #2 for the last couple of applications. Or can I just clean and brighten? - if I have to strip, do I need to cover everything- the railings, house and trees?  I am worried about all of the mess. I have plants all around the base of the porch. 
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      RAD Products · 05/25/2021
      You cannot apply over this and from the look in the picture, you have a film forming stain on there like a varnish that looks shiny. These coatings types cannot be stripped fully so you may need to sand after stripping to get it all off. Brightener is last. Use both additives with the stripper.
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    Derek wierz · 05/13/2021
    Dont know where to begin..? Do I sand, power wash or both? When do I use this product?
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    Westbury · 09/24/2020
    This is an old deck that had stain powerwashed off of it years ago. It's been cleaned with a generic cleaner and substantially sanded 80 grit. I will be using semi transparent.

    1. Is there any way I could do cleaner instead of stripper or is that just asking for trouble?

    2. If there has been a lot of sanding, should I only do one coat of semi?

    3. If I do one coat of semi and do the second maintenance coat in next fall, does it need to be cleaned with your product and brightened before that second coat?

    Thanks so much! I've been to scared to do this project for years but all your answers are helping me feel confident I can do it.
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      RAD Products · 09/24/2020
      1. Looks like you still have some old stain so you should strip and brighten for prep.
      2. Yes.
      3. Yes, you have to prep when recoating.
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    Zach · 09/21/2020
    I was wondering if we can get our fence any lighter. I applied one coat of stripper and throuhly power washed (over an hour because I may have applied too much stripper). Would another application of stripper lighten it before applying the brightener?
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    Shannon T · 09/13/2020
    Hi, I cleaned a 3 month old cedar deck with oxy clean/water/scrub brush & rinsed. Then applied Thompson’s clear water sealer. Wood fuzzies came through & sealer didn't stick everywhere. How do I re-do this/fix it?
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      RAD Products · 09/13/2020
      Strip it all off and then brighten the wood. Lightly buff the fuzzies, then use our semi-transparent stain.
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    Jennifer V. · 09/06/2020
    How long do I wait in between brightening and staining? The standard 3 days of drying before staining?
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      RAD Products · 09/07/2020
      Depends on the stain brand you are using? If RAD Stains, you can apply the same day to damp wood or next day to dry.
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    jordan · 08/29/2020
    I have vertical metal rungs in my wood railing. Will the stripper or brightener mar the paint/surface of these or can i leave them exposed?
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      RAD Products · 08/30/2020
      Not sure. Best to do a test spot first to see if there is any reaction or not.
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    Jason · 07/27/2020
    I plan to strip and sand. If I’m following the conversations here, you recommend, stripping, them sand, then brighten? Is this correct?
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    Glenn A. · 07/26/2020
    I prepped my mahogany deck with RAD stripper plus additive, and then applied & rinsed brightener as instructed. While rinsing the deck for nearly an hour, I had to roll my gas grille from one side of deck to another, as I was unable to remove it from the deck. Now that the deck has dried, there are roll marks across the newly brightened deck. Can they be safely removed by sanding before I begin staining? Will I have to re apply brightener to the sanded areas? Also, on one section of mahogany seating (same as decking) I powerwashed a bit too close and roughed up the wood a bit. Can I smooth it by sanding, and will the seat have to also be re-brightened prior to staining? Thanx!
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      RAD Products · 07/27/2020
      No, you cannot spot sand the wheel dents. It will only make it worse as the sanded areas will stand out and be lighter in color when you stain. Same with the areas of the Mahogany seating.
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        Glenn A. · 07/27/2020
        OK, then if I sand several missed spots on the deck, can I then re-brighten the entire deck and achieve more uniform results?
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          RAD Products · 07/27/2020
          No, you would have to sand all evenly and then brighten to have a uniform appearance.