Timber Pro Strip and Brite
Strip and Brite is a high-efficiency two-step system for wood surfaces. It consists of a stripping solution and a cleaning formula that should help remove heavy signs of old age and weather damage from log applications.
Many log house owners enjoy using this product for their woodworking projects. Firstly, it is easy to use even by beginners. Secondly, it can cover several large wood surfaces in one go. Here’s how simple it is to use:
Take the stripping solution, which is a concentrated gel, and dissolve it in water.
Dissolve the cleaning formula, which is a packet of citric acid crystals.
The quantity of water for each step depends on the woodworking project. Fortunately, the product comes with user instructions for easy ratio adjustment.
The concentrated gel helps strip heavy stains and visible damage signs from logs and timber. You should always use it in the beginning.
Next, clean the wood surface with the acid crystals. This powerful formula will balance the pH and brighten the wood to give it a natural color.
Strip & Brite is ideal for a wide range of exterior wood applications. It is eco-friendly and harmless to pets and plants. Every purchase comes with a neutralizer.
Timber Pro Strip and Brite Applications
-It helps strip old finishes from wood surfaces.
-It helps remove heavy stains and signs of weather damage.
-It helps clean dirt, mold, and mildew.
-It brightens the wood surface and gives it a natural appearance.
-It works best in preparation for additional coats of Timber Pro UV.
Timber Pro Strip and Bright Benefits
-It is a biodegradable formula based on clean water.
-It makes wood striping and cleaning fairly easy.
-It does not have a toxic effect on nearby plants and pets.
-It is easy to dilute and use on multiple woodworking projects.
Measured Square Footage
Take each wall and multiply length x height. Example 40' long x 10' high= 400 sq. ft.
Add each wall together Example 400 + 400 + 250 + 250 = 1300 sq. ft.
For each of your gable ends (the triangles) use Base x Height/2
Example 30' x 15' = 450'/2 = 225 sq ft. Add all areas together.
Adjust for Type of Log
A round log has a different surface area than a flat timber. We must account for the curvature and size of the log so we don't end up short on stain. Select your log type
Most maintenance coats are done with one coat, often clear. If you plan to add a coat of color and a clear, feel free to ask one of our specialists for some advice.
Rough logs will take more stain than smooth logs. If your logs are rough, check off the box and it will calculate based on a rough surface.
Note: All calculations are estimated. Actual coverage will vary based on surface condition, species and moisture content.