ProDeck Wood Cleaner

Cleaner for wood, timber and decking to remove greening and algae that can be a slip hazard.

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Product code

0053

Each £6·75 exc VAT
Total £6·75 exc VAT
Total £8·10 inc VAT

Prodeck will remove the unsightly green mould, moss and algae from your deck and make it safe to walk on again. Rain and bad weather cause many accidents and impact the look of your deck. Prodeck cleans and treats your wooden decking area bringing your outdoor space back to its full use again.

As with many of our professional cleaning products usage levels depend upon the type of surface and the type of cleaning that is required, as a guide 1L of Prodeck will give a coverage of upto 40m2 .


For more advice and help with killing moss on all different types of surface please see our CLEANING ADVICE pages. However please feel free to CONTACT US if you have any questions.

Please use biocides safely. Always read the label and product information before use

For general cleaning mix 1-litre of ProDeck with 9-litres of water and apply to the surface.

If a heavier clean is needed mix 1-litre of ProDeck with 3 - 3.5-litres of water and apply to the surface.

For the removal of grease and oil mix 1-litre of ProDeck with 2.5-litres of water and apply to the surface.

Allow to stand for 5 - 10 minutes (do not allow it to dry) and rub gently with a brush before rinsing the area with water.

Please remember that this is a very effective and powerful cleaning product therefore Prodeck should not be applied in bright, direct sunshine or staining could occur.

Why do I have to rinse the surface?

ProDeck is a strong and effective cleaning product especially designed for exterior timber. The rinsing is intended to not only wash the product from the surface but also to help remove the dirt that the ProDeck has lifted from the surface.

Why can't I apply the ProDeck in direct sunlight?

We recommend not applying ProDeck in strong, direct sunlight as there could be an adverse reaction which could lead to staining of the timber especially if using ProDeck in a stronger solution. This doesn't mean that you have to use ProDeck in the dark, just not on a day with strong, direct sunlight.