Ultraviolet rays, airborne contaminates, algae, mold, dirt and fungus are the most common causes
that give your wood or composite structure that worn dirty look.
Types of Wood Structures Treated:
Types of Wood Treated:
- Jara (Australian wood)
- Composite (wood/plastic combo)
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The first step in our process is to apply a water-based biodegradable stripper to remove
all contaminates and old worn out finishes. Followed by a high, medium or low
pressure, hot water rinse. Next we apply an oxalic acid based wood restorer and cold
water rinse. This takes the wood structure back to its original natural state. All
products used environmentally friendly.
The second step in our process is to apply 2 coats of quality paint, stain, or sealant as
specified by the customer.
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Elements such as sun, shade and other contaminants, can cause severe damage to wood, and
composite decking. Neglect to these areas can make them unsightly and repair very costly. Annual
routine maintenance can protect and preserve these areas, which in turn adds value to your property.
At Surface Wash and Restoration, we understand that you have a large investment in your wooden
and composite structures. That is why we take pride in helping you maintain your investments, so
you can enjoy them for years to come.
Surface Wash & Restoration
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