Deck Preparation

Proper Surface Preparation Starts With Flood

Flood Surface Preparation Promotion :: Ends June 30th

Flood Wood Cleaner:

Key Features

  • Cleans coated and uncoated wood or composite surfaces
  • Brightens gray wood to a like-new appearance
  • Does not contain bleach, so won’t damage the wood’s sensitive fibers or natural color
  • Great value – Concentrated: 1 gallon makes 5 gallons when diluted with water to cover 1,000 sq. ft

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Flood Wood Stripper:

Key Features

  • Strips latex, oil, semi-transparent and solid color stains from exterior wood surfaces
  • Effective in removing 100% acrylic finishes prior to staining with a new application
  • Can be used full strength or diluted for multiple uses
  • Reduces mill glaze found in new wood
  • Eliminates grade stamps on wood and is effective in removing stains that are tough to get rid of, such as grease
  • Prepares wood or composite surfaces for staining

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Flood Wood Stripper On Sale for $19.99/Gallon

Flood Wood Cleaner On Sale for $13.99 / Gallon

Isn’t It Time You Stained Your Deck?

Spring has finally arrived and now is the time to start thinking about refinishing your deck. Before applying new stain to your deck it is absolutely critical that you exercise proper surface preparation to your deck surface. The quality and durability of your deck staining job depends on the surface preparation. Don’t rush this step! Here are some great tips from Flood Stain on Deck Surface Preparation:

Proper Surface Preparation is Critical To Ensure Great Results!

Before You Start:
Its a good idea to wear chemical-resistant gloves, boots, safety goggles and protective clothing!  You may also want to pre-wet plants and shrubs just in case some stripper or cleaner splash onto the plants.  For Decks that have been previously coated it will be important to apply Flood Wood Stripper to remove the old stain and allow for the best adhesion of the new coating.
Using Flood Wood Stripper:

Flood Wood Stripper Is Perfect For Preparing Your Deck For New Stain!

  1. Cover any areas you wish to protect
  2. Sweep the deck clean
  3. Follow the Mixing Instructions on the Flood Wood Stripper Label
  4. Apply a uniform coat of Flood Wood Stripper with a garden sprayer, roller or nylon scrub brush
  5. Work the Stripper into the deck surface using a stiff nylon bristle brush
  6. Keep the surface wet and allow the solution to stand 20 to 30 minutes
  7. Rinse the deck using the highest pressure from a hose or a pressure washer at 500-1000 psi
  8. Allow wood to dry 48 hours before finishing with new stain product.

Flood Wood Stripper is a great preparation product for your deck staining project.  It removes dirt, grime and previously coated stains and sealers and ensures a long-lasting finish for your deck.

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