Update 2023 Best Deck Stain Strippers With over 30+ years of restoring decks as contractors, we have done extensive research to find the best deck strippers and put together a comparison of the positives and negatives of each brand and type of stripper. However, if you’re still not sure which deck stripper is best for you, our experts are here for you: Just post a comment or question below and we’ll reply as soon as we can.
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Deck Stain Remover Update 2019
We have updated our DeckStainhelp.com site with numerous new reviews and articles for 2019. The site has also gone under a major renovation to the structure and look. We made it easier to navigate and find deck stain help articles and reviews. We also improved our comment system by adding the ability to upload pictures of your deck when asking questions or making a review.
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Update 2023: Restore-A-Deck Stain Stripper Review We would love to hear from you if you have used the Restore-A-Deck Stain Stripper on your wood or deck. Please post a rating in the Consumer Star Ratings below. Consumer reviews below in the comment section have shown excellent results when using the Restore-A-Deck Stain Stripper. If you have any pictures of your experience with Restore-A-Deck Stain Stripper, you can add them in the comment area with a detailed description. Note: There are 2 new additives for the RAD Stain Stripper. The Restore-A-Deck Stain Stripper Booster and the Restore-A-Deck Thickening Gel. These products will increase the overall effectiveness of your stain stripping. These two additives greatly enhance the removal and ease of your stain…
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Why Deck Stain Stripping can be Easier Than Deck Cleaning
Deck Stain Stripping or Deck Cleaning? Those who are familiar with the deck staining process are aware of how important it is to properly prep your deck before staining for beautiful results. In this article, we discuss why deck stain stripping can be easier than deck cleaning. We always appreciate your input, so feel free to leave a comment below with pictures of your deck stain projects. Note: See here if you need to remove a Difficult to Remove Deck or Wood Stain. The difference between deck cleaning and deck stain stripping is simple. With deck cleaning, you are simply washing the wood to remove any dirt, grime, mildew, and graying. With deck stripping the same contaminants are removed but you…
How To Remove an Old Deck Stain Those who are familiar with deck staining are aware of how important each step of the process is, especially the initial prepping that precedes the stain. In this article, we discuss the importance of using a quality deck stain stripper when you have an old coating on your deck you need to remove. We always appreciate your input, so feel free to leave a comment below with pictures of your deck stain projects. Note: See here if you need to remove a Difficult to Remove Deck or Wood Stain. When it comes to restoring an older wood deck, it’s extremely important to prep the wood correctly. Not doing so can lead to premature failure…
Remove Wood Fuzzies on Deck For 2023 and beyond, Deckstainhelp.com vows to remain committed to being your go-to source for deck staining tips and the latest industry news on the internet. Pesky wood fuzzies/furring may show up when you are prepping your deck. If this happens, we have some suggestions on how to fix the problem. If you have any further recommendations we may have left out, please feel free to share them in the comments below. Also, we encourage you to share pictures of your completed super deck projects. Wood Fuzzies on Deck After Prepping? Why it happened and how to fix it. Before applying a deck stain or sealer you should prep the wood properly first. Prepping is…
How To Remove a Solid Deck Stain 2023 We appreciate your input here at Deckstainhelp.com as we continue to be your go-to source for the latest in deck restoration news and trending topics through 2023. This is a revised article about how to remove a solid deck stain. They are can be very difficult to remove and take time and patience. Feel free to leave a comment below. Help With Removing a Solid Deck Stain Once a deck has been stained with a heavy pigmented or solid stain it can be hard to maintain. Solid deck stains are like paint in that they form a film on the wood surface to provide weather protection. Once it is time for maintenance,…
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Clean or Strip the Deck Stain?
Best to Clean or Strip the Deck Stain? We appreciate you visiting Deckstainhelp.com as we continue to be your go-to source for the latest in deck restoration news and trending topics through 2023. Below, we talk about whether you should Clean or Strip the Deck Stain? Feel free to leave a comment below with any pictures you may have. Deck Stain Stripping vs. Deck Cleaning Knowing the difference between deck stain stripping and deck cleaning can be vital to your deck maintenance or restoration project. It’s important first to understand why cleaning a wood surface is necessary. Besides the obvious overall appearance and curb appeal, a wood deck should be cleaned and sealed every couple of years to prevent structural…
HD80 Deck Stripper Ratings (1-10) Removal of Graying, Dirt, Grime: 9 – HD80 as with most stains stripper scores exceptionally well when it comes to the removal of dirt, grime, and mold. Cost Per Square Foot: 8 – Scores very well when it comes to cost-effectiveness. One container of stripper sells for $39.99 and makes 5 liquid gallons. This translates to about $7 per liquid gallon. Each gallon covers 150 square feet.
Update: Deck Stain Removal – Stain Strippers Do you have any questions on stripping your deck? Please ask below and post some pictures in our comment area. There are many types of Exterior Wood Deck Stains on the market. They range from slightly pigmented sealers to solid color stains. One thing is for certain, they all fail after years of neglect, rain, snow, and UV degradation. In many cases, it is possible to use a deck cleaner and re-coat over an old stain. This is not practical though if the old stain has failed by wearing unevenly, peeled or if switching brands of stains. In these cases, you will need to use a Deck Stain Stripper. Stain strippers contain a…