Watch the video below to see how Tim would use Stain Solver to clean a composite deck.
IMPORTANT TIP: It’s very important that you allow the Stain Solver solution to soak on the composite decking for up to an hour for the best results. Work in the shade and do not allow the solution to evaporate. Scrub the area every 15 minutes as it soaks.
Be sure you:
use hot or warm water to mix the Stain Solver powder
stir until all the powder is dissolved
apply the solution as you see me in the video below
Stain Solver is SAFE to use on any composite decking like:
TimberTech or Timber Tech
It’s the SAME PROCESS to clean your composite decking even though Tim is cleaning a porch railing. In this video, you can see the Stain Solver getting onto generation one Trex decking.
Cedar Siding Maintenance Cleaning with Stain Solver
Peter W. shared his remarkable before and after photos of his cedar siding. It needed some TLC maintenance and cleaning.
Here is Peter’s email …
“This is a before and after picture of a small section of our cedar sided house which became black from an older stain and mildew.
We mixed 4 scoops of stain solver in 2 gallons of warm water and applied it with a garden sprayer. Scrubbed and rinsed off. We followed the cleaning with a wood brightener to restore the cedar to like new.
The rest of the house will follow!”
Thanks for sharing your great photos of your cedar siding and its cleaning with Stain Solver.
Stain Solver WILL NOT remove hard water or calcium stains.
You need to use white vinegar on most surfaces like countertops and plumbing fixtures. CLICK or TAP HERE to see DRAMATIC photos of how simple vinegar can remove hard water stains. SCROLL to the bottom for the best photos.
IMPORTANT TIP:White vinegar is a mild acid and it can etch and dull marble. Be careful.
For calcium and hard water stains in toilets, you need to use muriatic acid.
CLICK HERE for step-by-step instructions how to use muriatic acid in a toilet.
hard water stain