such as Mahogany, Teak, IpĂ© etc..
of weathering. To reduce or avoid mildew stain
applying a protective coating. To immediately protect
before applying a protective coating.
stains and paints in sound condition. Care should be
discoloration, as this product is corrosive to metal. Once
stains or paints.
In a five gallon plastic bucket, combine one gallon concentrate
with four gallons water to make five gallons solution, enough to
clean/prepare approximately 750 sq. ft. Each gallon of solution
cleans approximately 150 sq. ft. If less than five gallons solution
is needed, use a plastic measuring device to combine one part
concentrate with four parts water. Stir for one minute or until
solution is thoroughly blended. Do not mix with any other
products. Rinse plants with water after exposure.
Pre-rinse grass, plants and shrubs surrounding wood
structure to be cleaned. Cover any exposed aluminum
surfaces to prevent corrosion. Sweep away surface dust, dirt
and debris. If the surface is hot to the touch or in direct
sunlight, dampen with fresh water to cool.
Apply when outside temperatures are between
40Â°F. and 90Â°F
Pre-wet surface with fresh water.
Working on 20 sq. ft. at a time to maintain optimum surface
wetness, apply solution and let sit and foam for 10 minutes.
If solution dries prematurely, keep it wet with additional
solution as needed.
On horizontal surfaces:
Apply solution with a pump sprayer, airless sprayer,
brush, mop or roller.
On vertical surfaces:
Apply solution with a pump sprayer or deep-nap roller,
working from the bottom to the top of the
Brush or Pressure Wash:
Briefly scrub surface with Wolman WOODWORXÂ® Deck
Brush or other stiff, short-bristle brush, using moderate pressure.
Use a 40Â° tip and 1,500-2,500 PSI for pressure-treated wood
and hardwood, 500-1,000 PSI for Cedar and
Redwood. Move lengthwise with boards to avoid cut marks
across grain. Either technique helps ensure old surface is entirely
If pressure washing is not employed. After brushing, rinse
thoroughly with a garden hose, using the highest pressure
nozzle setting available. On a vertical surface, continually
rinse brightened areas to avoid streaking. Rinse any wood
fibers off surrounding surfaces immediately. When dry,
wood surface should appear clean, bright and free of mildew
and algae stains.
Recommended Number of Coats â€“ Apply one (1) coat,
and allow to sit for the entire recommended time of 10 minutes.
Heavily weathered, extremely dirty or badly stained areas may
require a second application.
Bare wood and/or coated surfaces can become slippery when wet.
Use caution when walking on wet surfaces.
Clean tools and equipment after use with water.
Store unused concentrate in the closed, original labeled container.
CONTAINS OXALIC ACID.
Causes eye irritation. Can cause skin irritation. Prevent contact with eyes and skin.
During preparation and application, wear rubber or PVC gloves
and safety goggles. Wash thoroughly after handling. May be
harmful if swallowed. Do not breathe spray mist. If applying
with a sprayer, wear a properly fitted, NIOSH-approved
respirator. Use only with adequate ventilation.
Do not mix with any other products, especially those containing
chlorine or bleach (sodium hypochlorite). Rinse plants with water
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
This product will clean but not remove oil or latex stains and
paints which are in sound condition. This product is harmless to
most plant life as well as plastic, glass, Plexiglas, brick, aluminum
and vinyl siding, metal, concrete and caulked surfaces. Rinse
plants and surrounding surfaces with water after exposure. Once
dry, surfaces cleaned with this product may be coated with oil or
water-base water repellants, transparent finishes, colored stains