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Deck Cleaner

By applying a layer of decking cleaner, it can result in your wood looking brand new and can protect it against damage from the elements. Our sophisticated and fast acting solutions that are brought to you by leading brands Ronseal and Osmo have the ability to restore the natural texture and colour of the wood.
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  1. Ronseal Decking Cleaner & Reviver

    Ronseal Decking Cleaner & Reviver

    From:£11.95(inc VAT)
  2. Osmo Wood Reviver (6609)

    Osmo Oil Wood Reviver (6609)

    From:£8.71(inc VAT)
    multiple sizes
  3. Cuprinol Decking Cleaner

    Cuprinol Decking Cleaner

    From:£11.49(inc VAT)
  4. Liberon Tough deck clean & Revive

    Liberon Tough deck clean & Revive

    From:£16.95(inc VAT)
  5. Ronseal Decking Stripper

    Ronseal Decking Stripper

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Frequently asked questions about deck cleaner
  1. What is decking cleaner made of?

    Decking cleaners generally contain alcohol ethoxylate, a common surfactant that strips decking oil, stain, and paint from wooden surfaces.

  2. How to use decking cleaner?

    To clean decking, you’ll need a stiff brush, decking cleaner, gloves, a paint brush or roller, and a pressure washer. Follow these steps to remove decking stain completely:

    • Wait for a few clear days without rain – temperatures of between 10°C and 25°C are also preferable.
    • Put your gloves on, shake the cleaning solution, pour it out into a plastic container, then stir it through using a paint brush.
    • Split the decking up into sections of three boards that you can cover with cleaner in under 10 minutes; this is important because you can’t walk on a section of decking with product on it.
    • Apply the cleaning solution to the first of these sections in the same way as you paint walls, using long, even strokes and remembering not to walk on a section that has cleaner on it.
    • Coat the remaining sections of the decking, making sure that you leave a strip for you to walk on
    • Apply another coat to the decking roughly an hour after the first coat went on.
    • An hour later, test out a patch with a scrubbing brush – ensure that the stain has been removed effectively.
    • If the stain has not come off completely, apply an extra coat all over.
    • Wait for an hour and then scrub the entire deck with your scrubbing brush, finishing off with a pressure wash.