Wood Stain Samples

TWP 101 Cedartone Sample
TWP 102 Redwood Sample
TWP 103 Dark Oak Sample
TWP 115 Honeytone Sample
TWP 116 Rustic Sample
TWP 120 Pecan Sample
TWP 105 Cape Cod Gray Sample
TWP 106 Prarie Gray Sample
TWP 1501 Cedartone Sample
TWP 1502 Redwood Sample
TWP 1503 Dark Oak Sample
TWP 1504 Black Walnut Sample
TWP 1511 Cal Red Sample
TWP 1515 Honeytone Sample
TWP 1516 Rustic Sample
TWP 1520 Pecan Sample
TWP 1530 Natural Sample
TWP 100 Clear Sample
TWP 1500 Clear Sample
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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      


Thursday, 19 October 2017

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    TWP Stains · 04/17/2013
    The 1502 is not lighter then the 102. Yes the 100 Series is compliant in Michigan. You can buy from us in Rochester Hills.
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    Ken M · 04/17/2013
    In a prior note, you recommended TWP 100 for my new pressure treated pine deck in Michigan. When looking at the colors however, the redwood 1502 looks a bit lighter than the redwood 102. it also looks a bit more attractive. So, if this is the case, why is the 100 series preferred over the 1500 series? Is the 100 series legal in Michigan? Lastly, where can I find this product nearby, zip code 48170? Thanks.
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    TWP Stains · 04/17/2013
    Red colors will last longer from Uv graying. Both Rustic and Redwood will be equal.
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    Clarence Begin · 04/17/2013
    On the colors, which is more likely to last longer, redwood or rustic or perhaps another? Thanks
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    TWP Stains · 04/14/2013
    Merkam, you have roughly 1500 sq. feet to do. You would need about 15 gallons to do 2 coats. If the wood is rough, then you may need a little more as rough sawn wood is more porous then smooth wood.
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    Merkam · 04/13/2013
    new fence square footage is 360 sq ft per side (both sides will be stained)

    existing fence square footage is 780 sq ft per side (only one side will be stained)

    can you help calculate the gallons of stain? I read on these posts that the first coat coverage would be 150 - 200 sq.ft. per gallon and 2nd coat would be 300 sq. ft. per gallon, is that right?
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    TWP Stains · 04/13/2013
    Only the 1500 is compliant for your area.

    The lightest color would be the Honeytone 1515 then 1530 Natural.

    Need a total sq. footage to give accurate amount of gallons needed. Also need to know if you are doing both sides of fence.

    Shipping takes 4-6 business days to SoCal.
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    Merkam · 04/13/2013
    we want to stain an existing (5 year old) and a brand new cedar fence.

    we are located in coastal southern california.

    goal is to go with as natural stain as possible.

    can we use either the 100 or the 1500 product?

    since we have a cedar fence, is the cedartone 101 or 1501 more natural than natural 1530?

    if we need 1 coat on the new fence (60 ft long, 6 ft high) how many gallons do we need?

    is it safe to assume 2 coats on the existing fence (after proper prepping is done)?

    last but not least, how long does shipment take to SoCal?
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    TWP Stains · 04/07/2013
    Robert, Answers in order.

    -Oil Based
    -You must use the TWP 1500 for Ohio
    -Prep with the Gemini Restore Kit
    -2 years is normal
    -1 coat on new wood, next time you can do two coats. Dries in 4-12 hours
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    Robert Ventry · 04/06/2013
    Is the TWP 100 Series a semi-transparent, penetrating stain?
    Is it water based?
    We are staining a new deck, rails, privacy fence, etc.
    The wood is pressure-treated& has been down since the fall. We live in the Cleveland area, so it went through the winter un-treated. Do we want to use the 100 Series for that? Or the 1500 series?
    Do we need to do any pressure washing or treatment cleaning first?
    How many years can we expect to get out of this product before having to re-do?
    The area is partial sun-part shade. Our summers can be in the 90's. One coat or two? What would the drying time be?
    Thank you in advance!
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    Ronnie Ruettimann · 04/06/2013
    I like your review of products available. My deck was built summer 2012. The railing and outside frame is built with cedar and finished with several coats of CWF (clear) oil penetrating wood finish. It has kind of an orange color. The floor is finished with pressure treated lumber and has a cedar tone but lighter than the finished cedar. When I choose a color to stain I wuld like it to match. Will it darken over time? Also, your we b-site mentions using 2 coats wet-on-wet. How do you accomplish this. Actually walk on the wet area? How soon after? Is a 2nd coat necessary? Also, the best way to apply. After reading some web-sites i see where brushing works the best. thank you for your response.
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    TWP Stains · 03/28/2013
    You should remove the OneTime first with the Restore-A-Deck Stripper. Once done i would look at the Dark Oak 1502 or the Black Walnut.
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    WGJACKSON · 03/27/2013
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    TWP Stains · 03/25/2013
    Dick, colors vary so it would be best to get a sample or two to test first. Please read this about staining new wood:

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    dick williams · 03/24/2013
    I have a new pressure treated pine deck and need your recommendation on the recommended product.
    I am looking at the redwood 1502 color - How will it look with pressure treated pine. How long is the estimate time it will last on a covered boathouse(sides exposed). deck wood is smooth.
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    TWP Stains · 03/20/2013
    Storm Shield is water based while the TWP 1500 is oil based. I would stick with the 1500.
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    Allen Bryant · 03/19/2013
    what are the differences in Storm shield and the 1500 series
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    TWP Stains · 02/01/2013
    any of the TWP colors will enhance. I would look at Redwood, California Redwood, Natural, etc. Spindles can be applied with a sprayer then back brushed or done with a brush.
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    Chris S. · 01/31/2013
    I have a 20 year old redwood deck that I just completed cleaning and now want to stain. The redwood color has faded. I want to bring the original redwood color back. What can you recommend? I have a large deck, approx. 1000sf. Also, what is best way to apply stain to 1x1 slats in railing?
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    TWP Stains · 01/04/2013
    I am not sure what your question is.