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Frequently asked questions about wood reviver?
What is wood reviver?
Wood revivers are used to restore wood to its original condition, removing signs of weathering and cleaning away dirt and grime. Wood revivers for multi-purpose use do exist, but if you have a specific type of wood that needs restoring it is recommended to choose a product designed for that item. For example, using a ring remover to clean up old coffee table stains.
What is the best wood cleaner for furniture?
When choosing a wood clear for your furniture items, be sure to select a product which is designed to restore weathered wood and avoid leaving surface damage or weakening the wood of your garden furniture. At Decorating Warehouse, we recommend using Cuprinol Garden Furniture Restorer as it is fast acting and can be used on bare or previously oiled garden furniture.
What is the best wood deck cleaner?
When it comes to choosing a cleaner for a wood deck, it’s key to choose a product which not only cleans existing dirt and grime, but also prevents the re-growth of any mildew or fungi. Our recommendation for cleaning wood decks is Liberon Tough Deck Clean & Revive, as it is highly effective at removing any stubborn grime and black spotting caused by mould or lichen.
How do you clean dirty wood?
Prior to cleaning, make sure to brush down any surfaces to remove coarse dust and other surface particles. Then, using a concentrated wood cleaner as a base, simply add water and use a clean cloth to wipe down the wood surface you wish to clean. Persistent dirt or stains may require you to use the undiluted wood cleaner on its own, but please check the instructions for each individual product.
What can be used to clean wood?
To remove dirt and grime from wood effectively, make sure you select a wood cleaner that is suitable for the type of item you are working with. For example, the wood reviver you need for laminate floors is very different from the type needed for cleaning garden furniture. Many cleaners are suitable for use on varnished wood too, but you should always check the instructions of each product before application.
How do you restore faded wood?
Faded wood can be brought back to life using a specialist wood reviver product. You can dilute the reviver before using or, for particularly faded wood, use it neat. Leave the reviver to work for at least 15 minutes, then cover the surface in water and brush away using a hard bristle brush.