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I used your Stripper for the first time yesterday on our treated pine decking.The decking is about 8 months old and had a clear coating on it. I sp…

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I used your Stripper for the first time yesterday on our treated pine decking.
The decking is about 8 months old and had a clear coating on it. I sprayed the Stripper on , scrubbed it with a stiff (?nylon) brush and then hosed it off with the hose on strong jet.
However some of the boaRDS are looking ‘furry’ as if it has eaten into the surface. Am I doing something wrong?

Ken Logan

Category: asked January 5, 2015

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Hello Ken

It Looks like you used too much water pressure on the deck and damaged the wood. Best use a garden┬áhose to wash the stripper off but if you need to use a pressure device then use low pressure and stay at least 1/2 a meter off the wood. Citristrip can’t damage the wood.