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April 1, 2015: Newsletter
Stacey emailed us yesterday asking for a refund on her Stain
She was using it to clean mold from a Trex deck and said it
didn't work. You and I know better.
Frustrated, she went and bought Olympic Deck Cleaner. It's a
liquid product found at most home centers and hardware stores.
Here's what I sent back to Stacey after I suggested she look
at the countless Before and After photos
of where Stain Solver worked to clean mold from decks and wood siding:
I'm very very sorry you're disappointed with Stain Solver.
The product you used, Olympic Deck Cleaner, is a very
product that can take the color out of Trex, it kills all the
vegetation near your deck, and it's highly corrosive to any fasteners
that secure the Trex to the undercarriage of the deck.
What's worse, it's highly corrosive to all the structural
joist hangers, bolts, fasteners etc. that keep your deck in the air.
It's active ingredient is sodium hypochlorite.
I urge you to give
serious thought in the future to ever
using products like this on your deck. You're endangering your life and
that of your family when you do this.
Decks collapse all
across the USA every year from corrosive
attack of fasteners and structural connectors.
Stain Solver, on the other hand, is
Certified organic and is
harmless to you, your vegetation and your deck....."
I wrote more to Stacey, and told her how to return the product
for a refund.
does this affect you?
You should be VERY AWARE that any deck you step on may be
cleaned on a regular basis with sodium hypochlorite.
That's the chemical name for chlorine bleach.
Do NOT USE chlorine bleach to clean wood or composite decks.
Use Stain Solver instead.
If you know someone who uses chlorine bleach to clean wood
them of the dangers.
BEST PRACTICES for Deck Cleaning
This is for both composite and
1. Use warm water
to mix your Stain Solver solution.
2. Add one cup of Stain Solver per gallon of water.
until all the Stain Solver is dissolved.
4. Apply to a DRY and COOL deck surface in the shade. Working
in direct sun is not good because the solution may evaporate. You want
the wood DRY because that allows the solution to soak into the wood to
deep clean it.
5. Allow the solution to soak for at least 15 minutes. If the
solution soaks in so the wood just appears damp, ADD MORE solution so
you see a film of solution on the deck surface.
6. Scrub the deck or wood adding a little water.
7. Rinse with plenty of clear water.
You're DONE and have a GORGEOUS deck!
If you have any questions about using Stain Solver, please
email me or call us.
CLICK HERE TO ORDER Stain Solver.
Co-Founder - www.StainSolver.com