Ready to use. Do not tint.
supplied as a concentrate. Spray wood with water, then
apply Cleaner with a brush, roller or pump up sprayer. Use
synthetic brushes or rollers only. Wood Cleaner’s
occasionally misting with water. Allow Cleaner to stay
and dissolve failed oxidized coatings. Wood Cleaner
becomes extremely slippery once applied. Work on
small enough areas to avoid walking on treated surface.
GENERAL CLEANING: Mix 1 gallon of Wood Cleaner to
3 gallons of water for normal use.
MAINTENANCE CLEANING (FOR WOOD NOT BEING
Mix ˝ gallon of Wood Cleaner to 3 ˝ gallons of water, then
follow instructions for application and rinsing.
Test a small area by scrubbing with a bristle brush
to determine if the surface is ready for rinsing. When
ready, scrub the surface with a firm bristle brush or
long handled push broom. Rinse thoroughly with
water using a garden hose or pressure washer. Do
not exceed 1000 PSI when using a pressure washer.
Rinse any residue from plants.
Wood species such as redwood, cedar and
fir will tend to darken after being cleaned. Use Superdeck®
Wood Brightener as the final step to brighten the
wood and neutralize the surface before coating.
Apply product at temperatures above 50° F.
and below 90° F. Do not apply in direct sunlight if
possible. Protect any aluminum surfaces (such as
window frames) to prevent discoloration. Product will
etch metal. If product makes contact with glass, rinse
thoroughly before it dries. Mist any nearby
vegetation with water before and after application.
100-200 sq. ft. per gallon and will vary depending
on the dilution of Wood Cleaner to water.
Clean all tools with water.