Why do you think composite manufacturers recommend multiple perceived inexpensive cleaning chemicals, which ultimately cost more money?
Could it be the routine financial kickbacks, for recommending multiple, perceived inexpensive, but ultimately more profitable cleaning chemicals, especially those that are sodium hypochlorite based & scientifically unproven for mold, generally resulting in its rapid return, & the need for composite owners to rapidly re-purchase/laboriously re-use & increased profits, outweighs customer safety & overall satisfaction with the composite decking industry & reputation?
We’d almost think its funny what composite manufacturers routinely recommend for cleaning if it wasn’t so expensive, potentially dangerous, environmentally irresponsible & resulted in so many furious composite owners! Any person who can read any products label directions should & would know better than to recommend multiple non-compatible chemicals!
From the looks of it, especially with what it has already cost composite manufacturers & owners, you’d think they let untrained, uneducated individuals recommend cleaning chemicals, especially when it comes to mold remediation, which has plagued the composite industry, as it doesn’t take a genius to do the basic research to understand what should never be used, especially to clean longer lasting porous composite decking with structural metal on a routine basis!