Wood Stain Samples

$8.00
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TWP 101 Cedartone Sample
$8.00
TWP 102 Redwood Sample
$8.00
TWP 103 Dark Oak Sample
$8.00
TWP 115 Honeytone Sample
$8.00
TWP 116 Rustic Sample
$8.00
TWP 120 Pecan Sample
$8.00
TWP 105 Cape Cod Gray Sample
$8.00
TWP 106 Prarie Gray Sample
$8.00
TWP 1501 Cedartone Sample
$8.00
TWP 1502 Redwood Sample
$8.00
TWP 1503 Dark Oak Sample
$8.00
TWP 1504 Black Walnut Sample
$8.00
TWP 1511 Cal Red Sample
$8.00
TWP 1515 Honeytone Sample
$8.00
TWP 1516 Rustic Sample
$8.00
TWP 1520 Pecan Sample
$8.00
TWP 1530 Natural Sample
$8.00
TWP 100 Clear Sample
$8.00
TWP 1500 Clear Sample
$8.00
TWP 200 Clear Sample
$8.00
TWP 201 Cedartone Sample
$8.00
TWP 202 Redwood Sample
$8.00
TWP 203 Cedar Gold Sample
$8.00
TWP 205 California Cedar Sample
$8.00
TWP 206 Russett Sample
$8.00
TWP 207 Butternut Brown Sample
$8.00
TWP 210 Slate Gray Sample
$8.00
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TWP 100 Series
     
TWP 101 Cedartone Stain Sample TWP 102 Redwood Stain Sample TWP 103 Dark Oak Stain Sample TWP 115 Honeytone Stain Sample
Cedartone 101 Redwood 102 Dark Oak 103 Honeytone 115
TWP 116 Rustic Stain Sample TWP 120 Pecan Stain Sample TWP 105 Driftwood Gray Stain Sample TWP 106 Prairie Gray Stain Sample
Rustic 116 Pecan 120 Cape Cod Gray 105 Prairie Gray 106
       
TWP 1500 Series
     
TWP 1501 Cedartone Stain Sample TWP 1502 Redwood Stain Sample TWP 1503 Dark Oak Stain Sample TWP 1504 Black Walnut Stain Sample
Cedartone 1501 Redwood 1502 Dark Oak 1503 Black Walnut 1504
TWP 1511 California Redwood Stain Sample TWP 1515 Honeytone Stain Sample TWP 1516 Rustic Stain Sample TWP 1520 Pecan Stain Sample
1511 Cal Red Honeytone 1515 Rustic 1516 Pecan 1520
TWP 1530 Natural Stain Sample      
Natural 1530      


TWP 200 Series colors

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Thursday, 19 October 2017

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    Billy Dorsey · 11/06/2015
    Dear Sirs, Considering TWP as a preservative oon natural wood log cabins, that are 180 years old. Of course we are concerned about maintaining there natural color and and the aged appearance. Your experience would be helpful. Thanks, Billy Dorsey
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    TWP Stains · 11/05/2015
    Doug Smith:
    Hi, I'm near San Francisco CA with a redwood deck. No rain yet, maybe 3 weeks away. After powerwashing are we still OK to refinish this year? Also colors - do the on-line samples reflect any base color coverage, or a texture over a white base? Thanks.

    You are okay to stain. Samples on screen on on wood. See here as well for more details:
    http://www.twpstainhelp.com/tips/need-help/twp-color-tips/
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    Doug Smith · 11/05/2015
    Hi, I'm near San Francisco CA with a redwood deck. No rain yet, maybe 3 weeks away. After powerwashing are we still OK to refinish this year? Also colors - do the on-line samples reflect any base color coverage, or a texture over a white base? Thanks.
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    TWP Stains · 10/24/2015
    Jay Edmonds:
    Hello,

    I have a 1000 sq ft pt deck in Massachusetts. I recently finished sanding off the solid stain from the previous owner. Is it too late in the season for me to clean and stain now? Should I wait until spring? I was planning on using the 1500 redwood.

    Thanks

    Bes to wait to Spring. Prep first with the Gemini Restore Kit then stain.
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    Jay Edmonds · 10/20/2015
    Hello,

    I have a 1000 sq ft pt deck in Massachusetts. I recently finished sanding off the solid stain from the previous owner. Is it too late in the season for me to clean and stain now? Should I wait until spring? I was planning on using the 1500 redwood.

    Thanks
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    TWP Stains · 10/20/2015
    Leslie Chase:
    I have a cedar shake roof to restore. We will be repairing with new shakes in the damaged areas only. Then clean and re-stain. I'd like the Dark Oak 103 stain. Will this work for our project? Having new and old shakes on the same roof. What process and products would you recommend for the restoration of the roof?

    tks/les

    You can use the TWP 100 Series. Make sure to clean and brighten for the prep.
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    Leslie Chase · 10/20/2015
    I have a cedar shake roof to restore. We will be repairing with new shakes in the damaged areas only. Then clean and re-stain. I'd like the Dark Oak 103 stain. Will this work for our project? Having new and old shakes on the same roof. What process and products would you recommend for the restoration of the roof?

    tks/les
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    TWP Stains · 10/08/2015
    Steve L:
    I have a new portion added to our redwood deck. The other two levels are weathered and we are going to clean and re-stain them as well. We're in Southern Montana; should we look at TWP 100 or 1500? And do it all later next year, waiting 8-12 months?

    Use the 100 Series. You can do all next Spring or Summer.
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    Steve L · 10/08/2015
    I have a new portion added to our redwood deck. The other two levels are weathered and we are going to clean and re-stain them as well. We're in Southern Montana; should we look at TWP 100 or 1500? And do it all later next year, waiting 8-12 months?
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    TWP Stains · 10/01/2015
    jody jones:
    Have a log home w/ Pecan Woodguard stain; have a massive amt of deck and don't want the color to compete w/ the color of the logs; maybe a dk oak or blk walnut. Deck is mostly cedar w/ some cca. Is 1500 series the best? Does this stain get slippery when wet? Part of deck is covered. We live in Kansas w/ extreme weather. Suggestions? thanks in advance.

    Use the 100 Series for this. TWP is a penetrating stain so no it does not get slippery when wet.
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    jody jones · 09/30/2015
    Have a log home w/ Pecan Woodguard stain; have a massive amt of deck and don't want the color to compete w/ the color of the logs; maybe a dk oak or blk walnut. Deck is mostly cedar w/ some cca. Is 1500 series the best? Does this stain get slippery when wet? Part of deck is covered. We live in Kansas w/ extreme weather. Suggestions? thanks in advance.
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    TWP Stains · 09/27/2015
    Richard Barnes:
    Looking at purchasing stain for PTW pine with floorboards having weathered with some graying and bleaching out with most of the stain worn off. I live in NW PA. I am not sure which stain to purchase, 100 or 1500. The deck is on the west side of the house with full sun.

    Also, looking for a medium brown semi-transparent stain that is not too much on the tranparent side and would help cover the floorboards that have weathered. The vertical surfaces are in pretty good shape. I am wondering what the pecan and rustic stains are like? Presently I have a redwood stain that I have to remove. The evenings have been getting in the low 40's lately and am wondering if the stain will dry okay also?

    Thanks,
    Rick

    You wil nee the 1500 Series for PA. Look at the Pecan and the Dark Oak. The Rustic is more if a red color. Prep well first so the weathered and of stain is removed. Temps are still good for staining.
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    TWP Stains · 09/27/2015
    K Siesennop:
    1. I live in northern MN, how long should I expect a deck k stained with TWP 100 or TWP 1500 to last?

    2.On reapplication, do I have strip off the old stuff or just clean the deck first?

    3. Is there a phone number to talk to someone from TWP with more questions?

    Thank-you.

    1. 2 to 3 years on horizontals is normal
    2. Clean and reapply
    3. 866.856.3325
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    Richard Barnes · 09/25/2015
    Looking at purchasing stain for PTW pine with floorboards having weathered with some graying and bleaching out with most of the stain worn off. I live in NW PA. I am not sure which stain to purchase, 100 or 1500. The deck is on the west side of the house with full sun.

    Also, looking for a medium brown semi-transparent stain that is not too much on the tranparent side and would help cover the floorboards that have weathered. The vertical surfaces are in pretty good shape. I am wondering what the pecan and rustic stains are like? Presently I have a redwood stain that I have to remove. The evenings have been getting in the low 40's lately and am wondering if the stain will dry okay also?

    Thanks,
    Rick
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    K Siesennop · 09/25/2015
    1. I live in northern MN, how long should I expect a deck k stained with TWP 100 or TWP 1500 to last?

    2.On reapplication, do I have strip off the old stuff or just clean the deck first?

    3. Is there a phone number to talk to someone from TWP with more questions?

    Thank-you.
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    TWP Stains · 09/11/2015
    Yvette:
    I purchased erroneously the twp 100 I did not know that it did not have uv protection, in other words, I did not understand the allowing the wood to gray = no uv protection. So I was told by the company that sold it to me to mix 1:1 the twp 100 with the twp 101 and that will afford the uv protection that I am looking for. Is that a true statement? I would think that adding these two products would dilute the amount of uv protection thus not doing the job the 101 would do in the first place. Thanks for your help with this matter.

    It would dilute the protection in half but will definitely give you protection from graying. You will be fine for a couple of years.
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    Yvette · 09/11/2015
    I purchased erroneously the twp 100 I did not know that it did not have uv protection, in other words, I did not understand the allowing the wood to gray = no uv protection. So I was told by the company that sold it to me to mix 1:1 the twp 100 with the twp 101 and that will afford the uv protection that I am looking for. Is that a true statement? I would think that adding these two products would dilute the amount of uv protection thus not doing the job the 101 would do in the first place. Thanks for your help with this matter.
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    TWP Stains · 09/05/2015
    Frank Buccheri:
    Installed new cedar deck 460 sqft 6" off ground level. How long do I have to wait to stain and what would be the best product for NY

    For NY you will need the 1500 Series. As for new wood, see here please:
    http://www.twpstainhelp.com/prepping-new-wood-for-twp-stains/
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    Frank Buccheri · 09/04/2015
    Installed new cedar deck 460 sqft 6" off ground level. How long do I have to wait to stain and what would be the best product for NY
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    TWP Stains · 09/01/2015
    Doug Richter:
    Looking to get a sample of the TWP 207 200 series solid color stain. I dont see it in the sample list. How do I go about getting a sample of this.

    We do not have samples of the 200 Series nor is the 200 Series a solid color stain.