The effect of stains on Twinson (WPC)
Cleaning specific stains with a suitable terrace cleaner
If there's a mishap at a family dinner or a big barbecue party, there's no need to immediately fear the worst. Depending on the nature and type of the substance causing the stain, there are special cleaning tips for terrace boards so that you can clean your Twinson terrace and prevent permanent staining.
Burn marks, caused by such things as charcoal or cigarettes, can be sanded away. For this it is best to use a steel brush, fine sandpaper or something similar. Important: Always scrub in the direction of the grooves so as not to attack the material!
Food remains/stains from coffee or tea, cola or fruit juice:
Large families in particular can make stubborn stains from food remains. These include fruit, red wine, tomatoes, spaghetti sauce or ketchup. These stains should be treated with a diluted solution of chlorinated water. Scrub the stain thoroughly and then rinse with water. If the stain is very stubborn, the high pressure cleaner can then also be used.
Stains caused by Deceuninck cleanup, graffiti cleaner, alkalis or acids should be sanded off using fine sandpaper or a steel brush. This also applies to stains caused by organic solvents such as MeCl, isopropanol or acetone.
If vegetable or animal fats and oils – such as butter, yoghurt, mayonnaise, engine oil, sun creme or petrol come into contact with Twinson, use the special "Clean" cleaning agent to clean the terrace. Simply spray it onto the stain, leave it to take effect for a short time and then rinse it away with water. "Clean" can also be used on dried-in materials such as candle wax or glue.
Deceuninck has two special products for cleaning terraces: Firstly "Clean" – a cleaner for oils, varnishes and silicone, and secondly a cleaner for stains that do not contain any grease or oil.