How to Clean A Wooden Deck

Do’s and Don’ts of Deck Cleaning

Using a power washer, pressure washer, or any high pressure water requires an intimate knowledge of wood and the machine. Improper use of a pressure washer will damage the woods surface and/or make for an uneven appearance rendering the appearance of any stain or water repellant preservative (WRP) uneven.

Do: use a pressure washer if available. It makes the job a bit easier.
Don’t: rely on the water pressure to get the job done.

Do: Use a cleaning agent (like our ABR Deck and Siding Wash or X-180 Weathered Wood Restorer)
Don’t: Use harsh chemicals like bleach without diluting them with water and adding soap.

Do: Follow manufacturers instructions on the use of all cleaning products
Don’t: Sand your deck to clean or strip it unless absolutely necessary

Do: After your deck is clean and dry; apply a water repellant preservative.

Deck Cleaning Made Easy

If you want you deck looking like new for the life of the deck, clean regularly with X-180 Weathered Wood Restorer or ABR Deck and Siding Wash. Scheduled maintenance makes it easier to clean, and will therefore save you money, effort, and time. So, take it easy and enjoy your deck.

Deck Cleaning Information

American Building Restoration Products, Inc. is the manufacturer of the highest quality wood restoration and preservation product line for the professional and the DIYer. Contact ABRP, Inc. by calling 800-346-7532, or on the web at www.abrp.com, or [email protected]

By | 2017-05-02T13:58:16+00:00 May 2nd, 2017|Buildings, Construction, Latest Articles|

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