Restoring your weathered teak wood is an easy 3 step process with Tip Top Teak’s premium system. Learn how to clean, brighten, and seal your teak or other wood
Step 1. Cleaning Teak Wood with Crystal Deck Cleaner
Getting the teak clean is the first step in the process. You need a really effective cleaner that will not harm the wood. You should not use any bleach. All weathered teak should be first be cleaned with Crystal Deck Cleaner.
1. Wet decks and all surrounding painted and fiberglass areas thoroughly with fresh water.
2. Sprinkle teak cleaner evenly and liberally over wet surface to be cleaned. Do not try to clean more than 6-8 square feet at one time. Mix 1 cup of Crystal Deck Teak Cleaner in a 1/2 gallon of water. If any areas appears to be drying during spreading, dip your deck brush into the water/teak cleaner mixture to that area assuring wet coverage on all surfaces. DO NOT ALLOW AREA TO DRY.
3. Let teak cleaner set for 10-15 minutes keeping the surface wet throughout.
4. Scrub entire surface completely. After scrubbing, rinse thoroughly with hose and deck brush to be sure all cleaning material and resultant dirt are completely rinsed from surface. Follow cleaning with Deck Brighten (if desired), and then Teak Wood-Oil Sealer.
Step 2. Using Deck Brightener on Your Teak Deck
Teak Deck Brightener is the answer to dull, gray teak. Specifically designed to restore light beautiful look of new teals.
- Brightens Teak Dulled by Weather and Wear
- Won’t Raise the Grain
- Containes No Bleach
- Cleans Away Discoloration in the Deck
1. Dilute contents of this container with equal parts of wate in a plastic bucket.
2. Wet decks and all surrounding painted and fiberglass areas thoroughly with fresh water. Do not try to brighten more than 6-8 square feet at one time. Allow to soak for 5 mintues, reapply to any dark areas. DO NOT ALLOW TO DRY.
3. Rinse teak thoroughly, scrub and rinse at the same time.
4. Allow surface to dry overnight before applying Tip Top Teak’s Wood-Oil Sealer. Follow brightening process with Wood-Oil Sealer.
Step 3. Application of Teak Oil Sealer
Teak Oil Sealer is designed to seal and protect teak. Restores and protects teak and other woods. Easy to use and extra long lasting formula.
- Easy to Use
- Extra Long Lasting
- Restores and Protects Teaks and Other Woods
- Adds Luster and Beauty to Your Deck
Never apply product when ambient temperature is below 50 F, 10C. Use a paint brush or clean terry cloth towel to apply Tip Top Teak’s Wood-Oil Sealer. Apply in the direction of the grain, lapping to ensure complete coverage. Apply at least two coats for essential protection. Allow to dry overnight bewteen coats. Excess Teak Oil Sealer should be removed with a clean cloth. Follow teak sealing process by repeating the 3 Step Tip Top Teak Process at least 4 times annually for optimum protection.