Fence Stain | Solid Wood Finish

By: Flood Paint Speciality Co  09-12-2011
Keywords: Wood, Exterior Wood, 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

Recommended For

  • Exterior use only
  • All new or weathered exterior wood or composite surfaces
  • Exterior wood decks, fences, siding and furniture
  • Coated (such as a semi-transparent or a solid wood finish) or uncoated surfaces

Application Tips

  • Do not mix with chlorine bleach or other household cleaning products. To do so can result in the release of highly toxic gases.
  • Use caution when walking on wet surfaces during application.
  • Shake well before mixing.
  • For most jobs, mix 1 part Wood Cleaner with 4 parts water.
  • For tough stains, mix equal parts of Wood Cleaner and water (coverage will vary).
  • Use prior to application of any deck, siding or fence stain project.
  • To enhance product activation, work the Flood Wood Cleaner into the wood with a stiff nylon or natural-bristle brush using a scrubbing action.
  • For vertical surfaces, work from bottom to top.
  • Apply between 50° F - 80° F.

Available Sizes


  • 1,000 sq ft/gal (92.9 sq m/gal)

Keywords: Exterior Wood, Wood, Wood Cleaner

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