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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    Kim Provine · 04/02/2020
    I live in IL and tried to purchase samples of Cape Cod grey and Slate Grey but was declined to ship due to a state regulation. What are my GRAY color choices for a deck stain?
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    Jack · 04/01/2020
    What color in your 1500 series would most closely match your former/other series color "Light Walnut"(TWP-WS-25)?
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      TWP Stains · 04/01/2020
      Rustic 1516 or Cedartone 1501. Or possibly a 50/50 mix of the two.
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    Bob · 03/26/2020
    I've narrowed my stain choices down to 2 tones and wanted to test a few planks of siding on my house so I know exactly what it will look like. How difficult is it to remove the color I don't want afterwards?
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    DD · 03/20/2020
    Once I apply 1500 on my log cabin, do I need a top coat?
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      TWP Stains · 03/21/2020
      No need and you cannot topcoat a wood or deck stain.
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    Devin · 03/11/2020
    I'm interested in restaining my cedar T&G house and giving a warm, rich tone to the wood. Which shades do you recommend to achieve a natural look—and/or a tone that lends itself to the contemporary style of the house? The second photo shows the cedar after cleaning it up a bit.
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      TWP Stains · 03/11/2020
      Try Honeytone, Cedartone, or Pecan.
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    L Lanning · 03/09/2020
    Colors on paper or online are often not a true shade. I have a stain I need to match for a rebuild of my porch. Is there a store where I could see and compare colors without having to buy samples to try?
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      TWP Stains · 03/10/2020
      The only way to match properly is to get samples and test on your wood as all wood will be slightly different in the final color due to the wood type and age of the wood. Seeing a color at a store would be no different than seeing a color on a monitor or brochure, not exact.
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        L Lanning · 03/10/2020
        Can you do any matching if a wood sample with the needed color is sent to you?
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          TWP Stains · 03/10/2020
          We do not color match with TWP. TWP colors of the same series can be mixed on your end to come up with a custom color.
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    Susan · 03/06/2020
    Can the 200 series be used on cedar shingle siding on our house? And, does TWP 203 Cedar Gold and TWP 205 California Cedar have comparable colors in the 100 and 1500 series? I would rather use the 100 or 1500 series but haven't yet found any of the color options to be the best fit for our house so I am looking at the 200 series colors now. Thank you.
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      TWP Stains · 03/07/2020
      The 200 Series is designed for shakes and shingles. That would be the best option. There are not comparable colors in the 100 and 1500.
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        Susan · 03/07/2020
        Thank you for your reply. Just to clarify - is the 200 series designed for cedar shingle siding or just roofing shingles? We would like to use the 200 series on our cedar shingle siding on our house.
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          TWP Stains · 03/08/2020
          It is for all shakes and shingles. It does not matter if roof or siding.
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    Pat Goggin · 02/16/2020
    Hi there
    Love your TW207 product and have used it on our fence and some landscaping effects I would like to finish off my potting bench and o ly need about a pint. Can I buy that small amount from you please?

    Hoping you can help me out

    Best regards

    Pat Goggin
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      Devin · 03/11/2020
      Pat, maybe you could just buy a sample if you don't need much. Try the sample section on this site.
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      TWP Stains · 02/17/2020
      Sorry but our smallest size for sale is a gallon.
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    steven casperson · 02/15/2020
    What would be best for a treated pine dock in Minnesota
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      TWP Stains · 02/16/2020
      Use the TWP 100 Series. Make sure to prep first.
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    Ted · 11/22/2019
    I am building an large farmhouse table for my outdoor patio, Houston TX. Sun exposure most of the day. I am using thick, freshly surfaces/milled planks of new growth cypress for the table top. I want it to age naturally with no added color. I would like to know what would be the best TWP product for maximum water proofing and UV protection?
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      TWP Stains · 11/23/2019
      TWP comes in tinted colors that will enhance the grain. The stain must be tinted for UV protection as a clear (no tint or added color) cannot provide UV protection. Use the TWP 100 Series in any color that you like.
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    Suzanne Kozel · 11/03/2019
    New deck, pressure treated pine, built in July, Chapel Hill NC. Not sure whether to try 100 or 1500 series? OK waiting a while longer for more weathering. Plan to clean/brighten with Gemini. Also, have 22 year old railings originally stained with a Cabot semi-transparent gray and never restained - can I recover with 105 Cape Cod Gray? What best to clean/brighten these old railings?
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    Fred Williams · 10/05/2019
    Hello, I live in Piedmont North Carolina (GREENSBORO) where it is hot and super humid in summer. My home is western red cedar with Woodguard finish applied about 6 years ago. I would like to ask what you recommend for prep and re-stain. I was thinking the TWP 200 series?? Am I thinking correctly and how can I purchase samples of the 200? Thank you for your response in advance.
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      TWP Stains · 10/05/2019
      You would need to prep by removing the Woodguard. Use the Restore A Deck Stripper and Brightener Kit.

      Stain in with the TWP 1500 for this. Samples are on the website.
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    David · 10/03/2019
    I live in the southwest and the sun is really tough on wood finishes here. I have been using Messmer’s and I’m not sure it’s holding up. Which one of your products do you recommend for outdoor wood, vigas, corbels, and beams. Douglas fir.
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    WI Home · 09/09/2019
    What can I use to clean my log home without stripping the stain. I have TWP honeytone on my home.
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    Jason T · 09/03/2019
    Hey guys. I have a 20-year old deck & stairs. Please see the attached pictures. I just powerwashed this weekend. Think I'm looking for an oil based semi-solid, but not sure. Would your rustic semi-transparent be enough to cover up what I already have? Or what would you recommend?
    Thanks, Jason
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    John · 08/13/2019
    Have a new treated pine fence installed about 2months ago. Looking for a good stain that will provide protection from weather elements. Not sure what's best.... 1500, 100, or 100 pro series. Also, looking for a natural look/tone. Any suggestions?
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    Ginger Mercer · 07/23/2019
    I am building a greenhouse out of treated lumber in Central Oklahoma. Should I use 100 or 1500 series? We are currently having very hot dry weather. How long do I have to wait before staining?
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    Nicki · 07/08/2019
    Hi, we live in Washinton State and have a cedar fence that was built in April. We are now ready to stain and really want to retain the natural color of the cedar without making it too orange or yellow. I have read a lot of comments here but just can't determine which color would be best - or if maybe we need to mix a color with clear to lessen the orange or yellow tones. Has anyone had any luck with getting a nice natural color by doing this? I'll try to attach a photo of our fence in it's current state. Thanks!
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      Nicki · 07/08/2019
      Oops, didn't get the photos attached to my original message. Here are pics of our cedar fence without any stain. We'd like to get as close to this as possible.
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      TWP Stains · 07/08/2019
      If you mix clear into a stain 50/50, you will lose UV resistance by half. That means it will fade within a year or so.

      See here for photo albums: https://www.twpstain.com/twp-100-series-stain-colors-and-photo-albums/
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        Nicki · 07/08/2019
        Ok, thanks. We don't want to compromise the UV protection, so I don't think we'll do the 50/50. By looking at our photos, is there a semi-transparent that you would recommend to get close to that color? I am not sure if we need the 100 or 1500 series in WA?
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          Susan · 03/06/2020
          Nicki, what did you end up using for your Fence stain? We are in the same situation with our cedar shingle siding on our house, live in Washington state, and want to minimize the orange and yellow color on the shingles. We would like to go as natural as possible and want to use TWP. Thank you!
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          TWP Stains · 07/08/2019
          All colors will enhance. Honeytone is the lightest tint. Use the 100 Series.
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    Racelle · 06/29/2019
    I have a new redwood deck but want a light, natural/brown tone stain. Really want it to look more like natural cedar. DO not want dark and want to down play red tones. What samples to do suggest I try?
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    Kristi Walters · 06/09/2019
    Help ! I live in GA - I have some wood beams that are about 14 yrs old . The last known stain was 205 Cal Cedar. They have a very reddish tone to them . I just painted my house white and I’m adding some new shutters and wood garage doors that are made from knotty cedar. I’d like to get all the stain colors together in more of a medium rustic brown color - and knock off some of the red under tones. I know cedar naturally goes that way - but that’s the wood this company uses. My question is - how can I strip down the red tones of the older beams , preserving the ruff sawn feel - and get them to more in the brown family? And how can I get my new shutters and garage doors to not go red with every stain I put on them (I’m thinking maybe a primer of some sort? Is that possible?) to get all these woods to look / blend in the same family . And what stains do you recommend ? A mixture maybe?
    I’m sttaching pictures of how the beams look now first - and the color I hope to achieve. I really appreciate help! And where can I go buy this in Gainesville Ga? Thank you!