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TREX Deck Cleaning With EATOILS™ BT200™

By Worldware Enterprises Ltd. | July 10, 2012

TREX Deck Cleaning With EATOILS™ BT200™

One of the newest approaches out there for building decks is the introduction of composite deck materials.  One of the most popular composite decking systems is Trex Deck.  When cleaning a Trex Deck, great care must be taken to ensure that the decking is not damaged as it is a plastic type material. Using too much pressure while using a pressure washer can damage the Trex Decking.

The contaminants that most often need cleaning off the Trex Deck are Mold & Mildew, and the occasional, and often heavy, Barbecue Grease from the grill.

Manufacturer's instructions state that to clean a Trex Deck you should use either: 1) a special brand of Deck Cleaner, 2) just warm soapy water and a bristle brush, or even 3) Sodium Hypochlorite (Bleach) with soapy water.  Note: using bleach will fade the color of the Trex Deck. They also state that regular maintenance cleaning of your Trex Deck is needed to keep the Mold and Mildew stains away.

Trex Deck owners in the Kingwood, Texas and Houston, Texas areas are fortunate to have our distributor and contractor, Clean and Green Solutions, available to safely clean their Trex Decks.  When they clean Trex Decks they use our EATOILS™ BT200™ GREENER-CHOICE APPROVED GREEN as a Composite Deck Cleaner that will kill the Mold and Mildew and gently remove all the contaminants away from the surface.  This process is totally safe for your landscape, pets, and family. Our EATOILS™ Composite & Trex Deck Cleaning product contains NO dangerous chemicals and is in fact Certified Green - it returns your composite or Trex Deck back to it’s original color and beauty as shown below.

Our cleaning process and method will not cause your Trex Deck to fade and it will stay cleaner than any other recommended cleaning method.

Thank you Doug Rucker, at Clean and Green Solutions for your info!  Keep up the good work!

How to apply the product: Use 2 - 10 oz. per gallon of warm water and brush it in to the decking material with a soft bristle brush to remove surface materials: then rinse with warm water and re-apply and allow to work into the pores of the material; do not rinse; leave for several days. For tougher stains re-apply weekly and allow to air dry until you are pleased with the fading of the stain.  

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