CPR Log Cleaner

CPR Log Cleaner cleans and brightens uncoated wood that is dirty, faded or gray from UV exposure. This oxygenated bleach cleaner is gentle yet effective.
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$29.49
By Sashco

Clean and brighten logs and wood with CPR Log Cleaner and Brightener. CPR removes surface dirt and pollen, kills mold, and keeps your logs looking fresh.

Mix CPR oxygenated bleach powder with water to prepare the cleaning solution. CPR is safe to use around pets and kids.

Where to Use CPR
• Use on most any exterior wood surface (see Where Not to Use for exceptions).
• Will not damage or discolor most building materials.

Where Not to Use CPR
• Do not use on high-tannin woods, like Redwood and Douglas Fir.
• Always test in an inconspicuous area first.

Coverage Rate:
• At either strength, solution coverage is between 100 and 150 square feet per gallon (500-750 square feet per 5 gallons), depending on the wood porosity.

Mixing Information:
• Cleaner Strength (for less severe discoloration and surface cleaning): Mix 1/2 of the container with 4 gallons of clean water in a clean 5-gallon plastic pail.
• Brightener Strength (for aggressive cleaning): Mix the entire container with 4 gallons of clean water in a clean 5-gallon plastic pail.

Application Methods:
• Apply via garden sprayer, brush or mop.

Application Range:
• 60 ̊-90 ̊F (do not apply to hot, sun-drenched surfaces.)

Working Time of CPR:
1. 5-20 minutes after application to wood.
2. 4-6 hours after mixing with water.

How to Mix CPR:
• Stir thoroughly until the powder is mostly dissolved (which will take a few minutes, depending on water temperature).
• The solution will begin to “fizz” as the powder dissolves. Not all of the powder will completely dissolve in the solution; even if all of the powder is not completely dissolved, the solution is very usable.
• For the best and most consistent results, the solution should be used within 4 hours.

Cleaning Up:
• Clean brushes and equipment with soap and water.

Product Guides:
CPR Log Cleaner Info
CPR Log Cleaner Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

Guides / Product Info

CPR Preparation Information:
1. Decide if you need to use the cleaner or brightener strength.
2. Wear protective eyewear, such as safety glasses with side shields or goggles, when applying this product. Neoprene gloves and long-sleeved clothing are recommended to help protect skin. Hydrogen peroxide is released when CPR is dissolved in water, so use with good ventilation.
3. Brush any dirt, loose material or other contaminants from wood surfaces to ensure that CPR makes good contact with the surface you wish to clean or brighten. Keep the solution off surfaces you do not want bleached.
4. Use in warm weather, between 60 ̊ and 90 ̊F, for best results.
*NOTE: CPR is not recommended for use on Redwood, Douglas Fir or other high tannin woods. CPR may occasionally darken these woods - please test first.

Application Information:
• Apply CPR to one wall at a time, starting at the bottom and working completely across, 2-5 logs high. When the bottom 2-5 logs are completely cleaned and/or brightened, then move up the wall to the next 2-5 logs.
• Continue in a similar pattern to the top of the wall. Work only on one small area at a time (15-25 sq. ft.) for best results.
• Rinse with clean water as you go. Apply via garden sprayer, brush or mop.
• Allow the solution to work for 5-20 minutes, keeping the surfaces wet with additional CPR solution. For best results, vigorously scrub the surfaces with a stiff-bristle brush to remove unsound surface wood. After you’ve cleaned the entire wall with the CPR solution, starting at the top, rinse the entire wall thoroughly and allow to dry before application of preservatives or stains.
• Repeat applications of CPR solution maybe necessary for tougher discolorations, more severe UV damage and/or heavily weathered wood surfaces.

Storage and Disposal:
• Store unmixed powder in a cool, dry place in tightly sealed containers.
• Caution: Store mixed solution in loosely sealed containers as pressure can build up if tightly sealed. Dispose of residual material or empty containers in accordance with Federal, State and local regulations. Do not contaminate water, food or feed by storage or disposal.

Product Questions

  • What wood species is it okay to us CPR on?

    CPR will work great on most wood. Except for some cedar, douglas fir, and redwood. Try doing a test before fully applying to your home.

  • Does CPR have to be washed off logs prior to staining with Transformation?

    CPR does need to rinsed off the house thoroughly before staining with any stain. It is also advisable to make sure that the house is completely dry before using Transformation Log & Timber as it is an oil-based stain and you do not want to trap any moisture underneath the stain.

  • Can CPR be applied through an airless paint sprayer or will it damage internal parts?

    CPR's product literature doesn't address whether you can use it in an airless sprayer so we conferred with Sashco's tech support. We can't advise you to use CPR in an airless sprayer as it could possibly damage the sprayer tip. We recommend mixing and spraying CPR through a garden pump sprayer instead.

DETAILS

Clean and brighten logs and wood with CPR Log Cleaner and Brightener. CPR removes surface dirt and pollen, kills mold, and keeps your logs looking fresh.

Mix CPR oxygenated bleach powder with water to prepare the cleaning solution. CPR is safe to use around pets and kids.

Where to Use CPR
• Use on most any exterior wood surface (see Where Not to Use for exceptions).
• Will not damage or discolor most building materials.

Where Not to Use CPR
• Do not use on high-tannin woods, like Redwood and Douglas Fir.
• Always test in an inconspicuous area first.

Coverage Rate:
• At either strength, solution coverage is between 100 and 150 square feet per gallon (500-750 square feet per 5 gallons), depending on the wood porosity.

Mixing Information:
• Cleaner Strength (for less severe discoloration and surface cleaning): Mix 1/2 of the container with 4 gallons of clean water in a clean 5-gallon plastic pail.
• Brightener Strength (for aggressive cleaning): Mix the entire container with 4 gallons of clean water in a clean 5-gallon plastic pail.

Application Methods:
• Apply via garden sprayer, brush or mop.

Application Range:
• 60 ̊-90 ̊F (do not apply to hot, sun-drenched surfaces.)

Working Time of CPR:
1. 5-20 minutes after application to wood.
2. 4-6 hours after mixing with water.

How to Mix CPR:
• Stir thoroughly until the powder is mostly dissolved (which will take a few minutes, depending on water temperature).
• The solution will begin to “fizz” as the powder dissolves. Not all of the powder will completely dissolve in the solution; even if all of the powder is not completely dissolved, the solution is very usable.
• For the best and most consistent results, the solution should be used within 4 hours.

Cleaning Up:
• Clean brushes and equipment with soap and water.

Product Guides:
CPR Log Cleaner Info
CPR Log Cleaner Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

MORE INFORMATION
Guides / Product Info

CPR Preparation Information:
1. Decide if you need to use the cleaner or brightener strength.
2. Wear protective eyewear, such as safety glasses with side shields or goggles, when applying this product. Neoprene gloves and long-sleeved clothing are recommended to help protect skin. Hydrogen peroxide is released when CPR is dissolved in water, so use with good ventilation.
3. Brush any dirt, loose material or other contaminants from wood surfaces to ensure that CPR makes good contact with the surface you wish to clean or brighten. Keep the solution off surfaces you do not want bleached.
4. Use in warm weather, between 60 ̊ and 90 ̊F, for best results.
*NOTE: CPR is not recommended for use on Redwood, Douglas Fir or other high tannin woods. CPR may occasionally darken these woods - please test first.

Application Information:
• Apply CPR to one wall at a time, starting at the bottom and working completely across, 2-5 logs high. When the bottom 2-5 logs are completely cleaned and/or brightened, then move up the wall to the next 2-5 logs.
• Continue in a similar pattern to the top of the wall. Work only on one small area at a time (15-25 sq. ft.) for best results.
• Rinse with clean water as you go. Apply via garden sprayer, brush or mop.
• Allow the solution to work for 5-20 minutes, keeping the surfaces wet with additional CPR solution. For best results, vigorously scrub the surfaces with a stiff-bristle brush to remove unsound surface wood. After you’ve cleaned the entire wall with the CPR solution, starting at the top, rinse the entire wall thoroughly and allow to dry before application of preservatives or stains.
• Repeat applications of CPR solution maybe necessary for tougher discolorations, more severe UV damage and/or heavily weathered wood surfaces.

Storage and Disposal:
• Store unmixed powder in a cool, dry place in tightly sealed containers.
• Caution: Store mixed solution in loosely sealed containers as pressure can build up if tightly sealed. Dispose of residual material or empty containers in accordance with Federal, State and local regulations. Do not contaminate water, food or feed by storage or disposal.

REVIEWS
PRODUCT QUESTIONS

Product Questions

  • What wood species is it okay to us CPR on?

    CPR will work great on most wood. Except for some cedar, douglas fir, and redwood. Try doing a test before fully applying to your home.

  • Does CPR have to be washed off logs prior to staining with Transformation?

    CPR does need to rinsed off the house thoroughly before staining with any stain. It is also advisable to make sure that the house is completely dry before using Transformation Log & Timber as it is an oil-based stain and you do not want to trap any moisture underneath the stain.

  • Can CPR be applied through an airless paint sprayer or will it damage internal parts?

    CPR's product literature doesn't address whether you can use it in an airless sprayer so we conferred with Sashco's tech support. We can't advise you to use CPR in an airless sprayer as it could possibly damage the sprayer tip. We recommend mixing and spraying CPR through a garden pump sprayer instead.