Ronseal Deck Cleaner & Reviver Clear 5L - was £13.98 now £6.99 - HotUKDeals
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Ronseal Decking & Reviver is specially formulated to clean and revive timber decking. It will remove unsightly dirt, grease, fungus, stains, algae and mildew, whilst restoring the beauty of weathered wood. Ideal for use prior to application.

I've always used this stuff. it's brilliant!
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suspended#1
Over £15 at Amazon HOT price
#2
picked up a couple of these over the weekend. Neve occured to me to post the deal as someone always beats me to it.
#3
Hot!
#4
Hot and Thanks!
#5
Interesting product, but they don't say anything about how safe this is for ponds, unfortunately. Seems odd as I can't be the only person who has decking next to a pond.
#6
Granted it's not this product, but I suspect the effectiveness is comparable. I used the competitor Cuprinol decking cleaner and renovator two weeks ago and it was a total waste of time. My decking accumulates algae over the winter and nothing short of a good going over with a pressure washer will get it off and that works just as well without the cleaner as it does with it.

Not voting on the deal either way.

Edited By: Youngsyr on Apr 26, 2011 23:12
#7
All you need for "reviving" your decking is a pressure washer. Did mine last weekend, brought the greeny-black slippy wood up a treat, Now I just need to re-oil it and it'll be like new.
#8
Oh sorry, DECK cleaner, read it wrong. Thought it was something else that would assist with cheese removal.
#9
JayDubya
All you need for "reviving" your decking is a pressure washer. Did mine last weekend, brought the greeny-black slippy wood up a treat, Now I just need to re-oil it and it'll be like new.


agreed! if this was decking stain or even better, decking oil, it would be scorchio!
#10
This is brilliant stuff! Got it last year and it brought my decking up like new wood, the pressure washer helps but this and scrubbing really does get it better than just water alone.

It was on 3 for 2 as well if that offer is still running.
#11
We used this on our decking recently and it cleaned up really well - our decking hadn't been cleaned / treated for over 4 years so there was a good build-up of slime and grime on it. Would definately recommend and for this price it's a bargain.
#12
JayDubya
All you need for "reviving" your decking is a pressure washer. Did mine last weekend, brought the greeny-black slippy wood up a treat, Now I just need to re-oil it and it'll be like new.


Jet washing is the worst thing for cleaning decking

The force of the water lifts the fibres and roughens up the timber surface, so although the dirt and algae is removed, it allows it to comeback quicker and in greater quantities and so cleaning is required more often. It also weakens the effectiveness of any deck oil or stain.
#13
a bit off topic but now that decking has been cleaned and left for 48 hours to dry out I was going to stain it tonight. Is decking oil much better?
#14
Waldolf

Jet washing is the worst thing for cleaning decking

The force of the water lifts the fibres and roughens up the timber surface, so although the dirt and algae is removed, it allows it to comeback quicker and in greater quantities and so cleaning is required more often. It also weakens the effectiveness of any deck oil or stain.
I would instinctively agree with you, which is why I was surprised that pressure-washing is what they recommend on the Ronseal site (which says nothing about whether their stains are harmful to aquatic life).
#15
moko7t8
a bit off topic but now that decking has been cleaned and left for 48 hours to dry out I was going to stain it tonight. Is decking oil much better?
I have used oil and have found it brilliant, so much more natural looking easy to put on, not cheap but well worth it imo.
#16
jackforever
moko7t8
a bit off topic but now that decking has been cleaned and left for 48 hours to dry out I was going to stain it tonight. Is decking oil much better?

I have used oil and have found it brilliant, so much more natural looking easy to put on, not cheap but well worth it imo.


thank you, its the natural look I'm trying for this time even though I purchased 3 tins of Ronseal Golden Ceedar (or something like that), I may return them for some oil this evening.
#17
my old neighbour bless him thought he was doing me a favour when he power washed my decking..only to find that it made lots of little splinters for any bare feet on it!!
#18
I got some guys to treat my decking and they have used fence paint instead of stain or oil any ideas on the best way to restore my decking other than pressure washer? PS the missus is not happy HELP.
#19
well, it seems some cheap decking is just too cheap! i've pressure washed mine several times, no splinters etc. It's not an expensive hardwood or anything.

So i'll add small print - "test clean on a small piece of decking to asses suitability before pressure cleaning." ;)
#20
Deck Coating,

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