|To remove stains:
Dissolve 12 to 16 ounces of oxalic acid crystals into one gallon (or 2-4 oz. in a quart) of hot water.
Use solution while hot, with a scrub brush.
Apply liberally allowing solution to remain on surface until desired lightness has been achieved.
If solution cools before job is finished, reheat solution (do not boil).
Triple rinse thouroughly with clean water
and allow to dry.
When completely dry, lightly sand the surface. Surface must be clean and completely dry (not just surface dry) before refinishing.
Incomplete drying and retained subsurface moisture can cause finish adhesion failure.
After Stripping and to Lighten:
To restore wood tones (especially for oak)
Restore clarity and the natural tones of the wood without effecting the patina. Use 3 to 5 oz. per gallon of hot water then apply by spray, brush or wipe on. Rinse thoroughly with clean water.
Danger: Contains oxalic acid.
Keep out of reach of Children.
Never store in unlabeled containers.
Bleach Bare or Uncoated wood.
Remove black water spots
Gently lighten wood tones
Mix oxalic acid Wood Bleach with hot water to effectively bleach unfinished or stripped wood quickly and easily. The bleach lightens wood
Wood must be clean; free of paint, waxes, oils,
ALWAYS test results in an inconspicous area -- dilution may need adjusting for desired results.
Difficult stains may need repeated application.
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