Staining | Removing Stains | Flood

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

Key Features

  • 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

Recommended For

  • Exterior use only
  • All new or weathered exterior wood or composite surfaces
  • Exterior wood decks, fences, siding and furniture
  • Coated or uncoated surfaces

Application Tips

  • Wear chemical-resistant gloves, boots, goggles and protective clothing.
  • Use caution when walking on wet surfaces during application.
  • Shake well before mixing.
  • To reduce mill glaze add one quart of Wood Stripper to 4 quarts water.
  • For stripping and removing stains, use full strength.
  • If mildew is present, add one quart of bleach to one gallon of Wood Stripper.
  • To enhance product activation, work the Flood Wood Stripper into the wood with a stiff nylon or synthetic brush using a scrubbing action.
  • For vertical surfaces, work from bottom to top.
  • Apply between 50° F - 80° F.

Available Sizes


  • 100 - 125 sq ft/gal (9.3 - 11.6 sq m/gal)

Keywords: Exterior Wood, Wood

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