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
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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      

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Thursday, 19 October 2017

Great way to try TWP colors before investing in a larger quantity!

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    John Felice · 07/10/2013
    I just replaced all deck rails and flooring on my deck with 2x6 cedar. IMO question is how long do I need to wait to stain it and is there a moisture content spec I should be working towards. I own a moisture meter I use for wood working so should be able to accurately measure status. The deck is small and serves as a walkway into the house and a small area for grilling and sitting. I plan on using a solid stain and have order a sample of Cape cod gray to see if it matches the house or at least blends with the current house color.
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    TWP Stains · 07/06/2013
    jdish1, please read this article on colors:

    http://www.twpstainhelp.com/twp-1500-colors-explained/

    Maybe the Cal Red color.
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    jdish1 · 07/04/2013
    I recently built a new redwood fence and let it age for a year before I cleaned and brightened it. I just applied the 1500 Natural color thinking this would be the best option as I wanted to highlight the "natural" color of the redwood or maybe make it a little golden red as it says in the description "golden". The actual color is basically just brown. Neither my wife or I like the brown color much and would like a red redwood look without it being too dark. Please recommend before I purchase more. thanks for your help!
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    TWP Stains · 07/02/2013
    Edward, you could lightly apply to the underside but do not apply to the exposed side until it properly seasons.
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    Edward H. Ely · 07/02/2013
    I will soon be installing kiln dried Douglas Fir vertical grain flooring on a covered porch. Normally, porch flooring is prepped by coating the wood prior to installation to help prevent drawing moisture from underneath the floor. However, I've read that TWP products should not be applied for several months to allow the wood to "adjust" or dry out. What is your recommendation? Should I apply a coat of the TWP 100 product prior to construction or should I use a waterproofing product such as Thompsons Water Seal prior to construction? Painting the underneath side of the porch after construction is not an option. Thanks.
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    TWP Stains · 06/29/2013
    Thom, you should remove the Olympic first with the Restore A Deck Stain Stripper and a light pressure washing. Brighten when done. Once prepped and no old stain is left then you can apply the TWP 100 or 1500.
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    Thom Wunderlich · 06/28/2013
    I have been using Olympic semi transparent
    stain on my cedar deck but it fades too quickly. After washing and drying my deck, which of your products can be applied over my old cedar deck? Thanks.
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    TWP Stains · 06/26/2013
    Cyndy, you cannot put TWP on top of another brand and expect it to properly penetrate into the wood and adhere well. You should remove the CWF.
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    cyndy · 06/26/2013
    We have a 20 year old deck that we have always used CWF cedar tone on;CWF appears to have been bought out by Flood and the color is now much lighter. We are looking for a product we can put on without completely stripping the wood. Are any of your products appropriate?
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    TWP Stains · 06/26/2013
    You cannot apply TWP on top of the Wolman. It must be removed first.
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    Brian Borowiec · 06/25/2013
    Hi,
    I would like to stain over Wolman DuraStain (terracotta color), which doesn't adhere very well. Deck is 6 years old, pressure treated pine, in Central New York, under snow 4 months, semi-shaded otherwise. Wood is in great shape. Hoping to get away with doing horizontal surfaces without sanding, as balustrades and posts are holding up well. Will 1500 (rustic) work for me?
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    TWP Stains · 06/25/2013
    Colors vary widely based on the wood type, age of wood, application, etc.
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    Ken Diller · 06/25/2013
    Are the colors above indicative of the color you will get on new pressure treated lumber?
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    TWP Stains · 06/23/2013
    Madeline, colors are not exactly the same between the series.
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    Madeline Bell · 06/22/2013
    Is there a difference in the same colors in each series. In other words, is the rustic color the same color in the 1500 series as in the 100 series. If I want to get samples should I get rustic in both series?
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    TWP Stains · 06/20/2013
    Pat, TWP is an oil based stain I would use the 1500 Series for this. Maybe California Redwood.
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    Pat Perry · 06/20/2013
    We have a redwood deck (20 years old)
    We have power washed and sanded,etc.
    I do not want to a strong color but more
    clear. What kind of sealer or preservative would you recommend. I am confused between
    stain,sealer or preservative. Water based or oil based. We live in Boise, Idaho
    Thanks so much!
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    Bob Snyder · 06/19/2013
    Pls explain the difference between 100 and 1500 series stains. I have a 15 year old treated pine deck. Looking at a transparent to semi-transparent "natural" stain/sealer. Wife does not want "red" pigmented color...go figure...
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    TWP Stains · 06/07/2013
    Yes you need to wait. The Natural is tinted. Please read this article on the colors:

    http://www.twpstainhelp.com/twp-1500-colors-explained/
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    Espen Holje · 06/07/2013
    New redwood deck in Utah. Need weather and UV protection, but love the look of the new redwood and don't want to darken it too much. 1- Are all 1500 series products semi-transparent? 2- Is "Natural 1530" the name of a color only or is it actually clear/natural? 3- Would you still recommend allowing new redwood to weather some before staining, even in the harsh heat/sun and snowy winters of Utah?