ITW TE-KA Scrub-less Teak Cleaner 2-Part
TE-KA 2-part teak cleaner cleans and brightens heavily soiled teak and other fine-wood decks and trim without scrubbing or bronze wool. Removes gray oxidation, oil, fish blood stains, and residue by a two-step chemical process that is fast, easy — and scrub-less. No sanding required to achieve a beautiful golden teak color. • TE-KA cleans fast • Heavy-duty TE-KA works faster and more effectively than one-step cleaners to clean badly oxidized teak. Concentrated cleaning agents and emulsifiers clean quickly. For complete teak care, checkout our Unique Teak Oil. Unique Teak Oil is available in pints. TE-KA™ is available in 2 pints and 2 quarts.
Application Information - How to Clean Teak with TE-KA
TE-KA teak cleaner deep cleans without any hard scrubbing.
Wear protective glasses and rubber gloves. Mask adjacent surfaces such as mahogany, metal, fiberglass and painted areas. Do not allow TE-KA formula A to remain on caulked seams for more than 3-4 minutes before neutralizing with formula B. If formula A spills on fiberglass, painted or other surfaces, neutralize immediately with formula B, then rinse off with plenty of water.
1. Wet teak deck and surrounding area with water. Apply formula A over wet deck directly from bottle over a 3-4 sq ft area. Spread evenly with a rough pad or low-bristled brush. Do not scrub. When area darkens in a few minutes, brush lightly. Mist water over any area that has dried before applying formula B.
2. Pour formula B and spread evenly over dark brown area and gently brush loosened dirt out of the grain. Area will lighten to golden yellow. Thoroughly hose area with plenty of water, including run-off area.
When cleaning teak trim, squirt on a small amount of TE-KA formula A, and spread with a small brush to prevent run-off stains.
After teak has dried, apply a quality teak oil to protect the surface of teak and other fine woods.
TE-KA Teak Cleaner - Fequently Ask Questions
Besides teak, can TE-KA be used on any other type of wood?
It is not recommended for other types of wood (because it is an aggressive cleaner), but can be used if both parts are diluted equally (by half) with water. Try a small test area first.
What should I do if the TE-KA spills on fiberglass or vinyl?
Always keep water on hand, clean the surface with a clean, wet rag. If the TE-KA has sat on the surface for a period of time, take toothpaste and TE-KA Part B (mix together well) and scrub the surface well.
What should I do if I have black marks apparent after I finish cleaning w/ the TE-KA?
The TE-KA has been sitting on the deck too long, or has dried to the surface. Be sure that the deck is not saturated with water (i.e., let dry if just finishing an application of TE-KA.) Wet the deck, wash it again with Part A and water, scrub well (more than normal) and finish washing with Part B.
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