Simple Green® Oxy Solve Deck and Fence Cleaner
- Safer, non-toxic* and biodegradable formula earned the U.S. EPA's Safer Choice label
- Uses the natural power of peroxide to lift grime and remove stains and discoloration
- Removes stains and rejuvenates the look of sealed, painted or bare wood and composites
- Eliminates stains from mold and mildew, tree sap, pollen, oxidation, weathering and other grime
- Will not corrode or degrade metals or plastic, making it ideal for wrought iron, PVC and vinyl fencing
- Meets the U.S. EPA's Direct Release criteria for discharge to the environment, designed to protect aquatic life and other sensitive environments
- Will not harm plants, lawns, pets or wildlife
- Concentrated formula makes up to 21 gallons of product, cleaning up to 6,400 sq. ft.
The natural power of peroxide safely lifts away tough grime, oils and grease without damage to sealed, painted or bare wood, or composites. It also removes oxidation and weathering, returning surfaces to their original colors.
It brightens PVC and vinyl fencing without harmful bleach, and won't corrode metals, making it ideal for cleaning wrought iron. It safely eliminates stains from mold, mildew, algae, moss, mud and clay, and quickly removes tree sap, pollen and other grime without harming plants, lawns or trees.
The concentrate can be used in pressure washers or manually, for touch-ups in between large jobs. One gallon of the concentrated formula makes up to 21 gallons of product, cleaning up to 6,400 sq. ft.
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Directions for Use
DIRECTIONS – READ BEFORE USE: Protect eyes with glasses or goggles. Keep others and animals away from work site. It is best to pressure wash under cooler, non-windy conditions. Do not allow cleaner to dry on surface before rinsing. Always test on an inconspicuous area first. Do not mix with bleach or any other chemicals.
IMPORTANT TIPS: For vertical surfaces, apply solution from lower to higher areas and rinse from higher to lower areas to prevent streaking. After the job is done, rinse all lawn, plants, shrubs and trees contacted by the cleaner, and flush equipment with water before storage. Runoff may temporarily discolor some asphalt sealers – divert runoff or test in a small area first. Pressure washing may remove oxidized paint and weathered stains.
- Drop the siphon tube into the bottle or fill the on-board "soap reservoir".
- Switch equipment to plain water at low pressure and wet surface.
- At low-pressure setting, apply Simple Green Oxy Solve to an area that is small enough to be rinsed before it dries.
- Allow cleaner to dwell on surface for 3-5 minutes.
- Rinse at high pressure, keeping the nozzle at least 2 feet from the surface and the spray perpendicular to the surface. Never spray upwards under siding.
MANUAL CLEANING: Mix 1-measure of Simple Green Oxy Solve with 20-measures of water in a bucket (example: 1.5 cups Simple Green to 2 gallons water). Clean in sections with a soft-bristle brush or sponge. Do not allow cleaner to dry on surface before rinsing. Rinse with a garden hose at highest pressure. Move to a new section and repeat.
- Ethoxylated alcohols
- Hydrogen peroxide solution
- Tretrasodium N,N-bis(carboxymethyl)-L-glutamate
- Citric acid
- Etidronic acid
Product Documentation▶ View the U.S. English Safety Data Sheet
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▶ CPSIA Not Required
EPA/Safer Choice recognition does not constitute endorsement of this product. The Safer Choice label signifies that the formula for this product, as Simple Green has represented it to the EPA, contains ingredients with more positive health and environmental characteristics than conventional products. EPA/Safer Choice relies solely on Simple Green, its integrity and good faith, for information on the composition, ingredients, and attributes of this product. EPA/Safer Choice has not independently identified, i.e., via chemical analysis, the ingredients in the product formula, nor evaluated any of Simple Green's non-ingredient claims. EPA/Safer Choice provides its evaluation only as to the environmental and human health characteristics of the product, based on currently available information and scientific understanding.