Is there a good cleaner for Trex decking? I tried Krud Kutter and that
worked a little, but the decking is still dirty. Anyone have any good
results with a specific cleaning agent for Trex decking?
Thanks in advance,
I don't think you should do this, but we use a power washer (just plain
water) on a LIGHT setting. We live at the DE shore, and between the
salt air, and dust/dirt from new contrusticon in the development, we
have a pretty messy deck. No apparent damage, but I'd not use the
higher pressure ones, however.
Thank you for the response. I used the Krud Kutter from a spray bottle, then
used a deck brush on th4e decking. That was followed by a light rinse, as
you stated, with a pressure washer on low setting.
It does look better, but is still dirty. Also the PVC railings are dirty and
don't seem to want to come clean either :-(
On Tue, 10 Oct 2006 17:23:13 -0400, "SilverUnicorn"
I was told, when I was looking at non wood decking, that they do not
'absorb' dirt, so using mild detergent and water would remove the
surface grim. If the decking still looks 'dirty' then something was
absorbed, and you might not be able to bring it back to the surface
for cleaning. Did you BBQ on it?
tom @ www.NoCostAds.com
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