Defy Exterior Wood Stripper
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We will reply to your comment shortly.· 09/04/2012I used the Defy stain stripper to remove a solid stain and it removed a good bit of it, but it looks like I'll have to go over it a couple more times to get some of the more stubborn spots. That could take a few days, and the directions call for using the wood brightener "immediately" after using the stripper. Is it okay to use the stripper several days in a row before using the wood brightener to neutralize it?
We will reply to your comment shortly.· 02/25/2012It depends on which Sikkens you have. If it is the thick "shiny" varnish type Sikkens, then no nothing will get it off effectively. You would need to sand.
We will reply to your comment shortly.· 02/25/2012I have 2 coats of sikkens on my deck. Will this product remove it effectively? I haven't come across any comments online about having success getting this stuff off with ANY product.
We will reply to your comment shortly.· 06/11/2011Yes the Defy Stain stripper will clean everything. I think you need 3 gallon for the two coats on your size deck.
We will reply to your comment shortly.· 06/11/2011My deck has an old flooring/base with some old stain on it, plus mold/mildew etc. The railings are new wood that has dried for at least a year and is moldy etc. I want to clean all of it of course. Will the stain stripper clean the mold/mildew and clean the newer wood too? or do I need to buy the cleaner to clean everything after the stripper. I just don't know if I need the stripper and cleaner. I know I need the brightener. Thanks for your help. Also, my deck is 12x14 with two steps and railing. Do I need 2 cans of stain? Thanks again!
We will reply to your comment shortly.· 05/26/2011I would use the Defy Stain Stripper to prep the wood followed by the Defy Wood Brightener to neutralize the stripper. This would be the best way to prep for the Defy Stain in a light color (natural pine).
We will reply to your comment shortly.· 05/26/2011Hello,
Looking for some advice. I used your clear epoxy stain for the fist time on a new cedar deck approx 2 years ago. It looked great at first but I have never seen clear stain appearance last more than a year or 2 anyway. Customer wants it done again. I dont want to change products but want to use a Defy stain with a light toner which should hide some of the dirt created over time. My questions.......
Do I need to strip off the Epoxy stain?
If so, which of your products would do this?
Is there an Epoxy stripper?
Would I use a brightener afterwards before applying the new stain?
Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
John K Pequannock NJ