Cleaning Your Composite Wooden Decking
It’s a natural thing to assume that any type of wood-like material can be used as a decking material. Vinegar is pretty much the first household ingredient that we use for cleaning almost everything, including Composite Wooden Decking stainless steel sinks, countertops, and the like. This is because it’s inexpensive and available. After all, every house has vinegar in its home. So you may be wondering how you can clean your composite wood deck with just vinegar.
Using vinegar to clean a composite deck isn’t as simple as it sounds. If you were to simply pour some vinegar on the surface, say along the perimeter of your deck, you may end up with a floating layer of white film.
In order to see results from bleaching, you have to attack the problem at its source: the source of the stains in the first place. To effectively get rid of unsightly stains, you have to neutralize the acid properties of the stain. To do this, you must use an acid-based cleaner. Unlike many types of outdoor space cleaners, acid-based cleaners don’t damage the surface of your composite decks.