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Intergrain UltraPrep Tannin and Oil Remover

Intergrain UltraPrep Tannin and Oil Remover

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    Bob

    BobSydney

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    Used on external deck as per instructions to remove Intergrain Ultradeck. Removed around 60% of the existing
    coat. Does not perform as stated . An expensive product and very disappointing. Also contacted Intergrain for advice and received no reply. Reverted to good old fashioned sanding and deck looks great!

    3 comments
    Intergrain
    Garth M.Intergrain
    Bob
    Bob

    Nice to hear from someone this time around. Was previously coated with aquadeck which had begun to flake and peel. It was not a solid coating at all.
    Thanks

    Intergrain
    Garth M.Intergrain

    Questions & Answers

    Peter

    Peterasked

    Hi purchased the ultra deck tannin and oil remover, noticed that my timber has changed colour, merbau decking (new) do I need to use a deck cleaner after it, or give it another coat of the remover???

    1 answer
    Intergrain
    Erin P.Intergrain

    Hi Peter, timber may appear darker after extracting the tannins, you must follow with UltraPrep Timber Cleaner to neutralise the surface before coating, you'll notice it also brightens the timber again and will ensure a really nice even finish from the top coat.

    Rod

    Rodasked

    i have sanded back to bare wood some recycled marine timbers. The wood is iron bark and tallow wood.
    do i need to use powerprep or reviva on them?

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