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Best Deck Cleaner

The Best Deck Cleaner for Different Decks

 

The best deck cleaner will depend on the type of deck material you have and the type of debris or stains.

 

Dirty Wood Decks: Use a wood deck cleaner marked all-purpose for this situation. All-purpose cleaners will contain detergents to help dissolve grime and dirt. They can come premixed or in concentrated form to dilute with water. These cleaners are good for any type of exterior deck, including redwood, teak, and cedar.

 

Dull or Weathered Decks: Even when sealed, decks can take on a weathered appearance. With this situation, you want a cleaner that will brighten or lighten. These can also be called restorative cleaners and help fade stains.

 

Mold or Mildew: If mold or mildew is growing on your deck, you need a cleaner that contains mildewcide. These cleaners shouldn’t be washed on in order to prevent mold from growing again.

 

Painted Decks: If your deck is painted, choose a cleaner without ammonia since this can damage the painted surface.