I'm looking for UV and water protection, but also like the look of a clear finish. What would be the most transparent of your stains to retain that beautiful natural wood look?
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I'm getting ready to but Twp 1500 stain for the pine decking on my pier. I would prefer the clear stain, but my contractor said the cedar tone provides better UV protection and would hold up longer. Is this correct?
What type of stain should I use. I live in MN so we get all 4 seasons of fun.
We live in hot dry Sedona AZ. The two decks we need to redo after only one year, are redwood. We used a Behr product and it is failing horribly, and we have to replace many pieces of wood and the others have lost most of their seal.
The TWP 100 sounds good, we are going to sand down everything after we replace the really bad ones and apply another product.
Do you agree with this choice, or please give us another one. We would even paint it with a more solid product, but would hate to do that.
I await your expertise advice!
We live in NW Louisiana and would like your recommendation on which product to use the 100 or 1500 series. full sun deck
I just finished stick building, in SouthEast Virginia. Raised ffrom the ground on 6x6 PT postst, I notched a PT pine platform foundation(beams and joists) and 5/4 PT pine boards for the deck. The building on the deck is SPF framed, I used rough-sawn white pine for the exposed rafters and ties, metal roof ontop. I used t+g white pine siding boards on the outside of building.
What series would best suite my needs for my climate and the white pine both rough/planed?
I have a cedar dock in upstate NY. 1/3 is new, another 1/3 is one year old and the last 1/3 is 2 years old. None of the wood has been stained or sealed yet. I'd like to stain all of them next year. Will they all look the same color after staining since the weathering has different shades of gray now? I scrubbed the dock with a scrub brush to remove all the dirt and algae but probably need to use a cleaner next year before staining.
Just power washed my deck.. some of the old stain did not come off, do I need to have it removed before applying TWP?
i bought a used Redwood playset and looking to sand it down to restain it - do i need a primer? if not which redowod series do i use 100 or 1500 - is this a solid stain?
I just received two samples not in a 1/4 pint can, but they are in a small plastic bottle with no volume measurement on the bottle. What's up here?
Would your product work well on a mahogany porch floor that is roofed and gets limited sunlight -- mostly on steps? If so what color would you recommend. We like the natural mahogany color. We used Sikkens Natural about 10 years ago and really liked it. Lasted a long time but needs re-staining. Now has yellow orange tones remaining. Thoughts?