TWPStain.com - 2021 Official Distributor of TWP and Gemini Products
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TWP Wood and Deck Stain Samples
Here is how our TWP Color Sample Program works:
Pick as many TWP Colors as you would like by placing a check next to each then click "Add to Cart". Color swatches at bottom of the page.
All samples cost $10 each to ship. The sample size volume is roughly 1-2 oz. It is not a full 1/4 pint can but enough to test an area.
Once you decide to purchase a stain from our site, you can use the money you spent on the sample(s) towards the purchase of a 5 Gallon Pail of Stain!
Maximum $15 discount per customer. We will include instructions on how to get a credit with your samples.
TWP 100 Series and Semi-Solid Pro Series are not compliant in all states. TWP 1500 and 200 Series are compliant with all US States. Only the TWP 200 Series is allowed in Canada. Please read this for additional information:VOC States.
How To Claim Sample Credit
Enter your sample order number into the "Comment Area" during checkout. The sample credit will be issued after the order for the 5-gallon pail is placed. Typically, the next business day and will post to your Credit card or Pay Pal account within 3-8 business days.
The sample program cannot be combined with any promotional discount coupons!
TWP Semi-Solid Colors
Semi-Solid Pro-Series Samples are $10 each and may take 1-3 days to process because of the custom order.
Hi, the Cedartone and Cal Red colors for TWP 1500 look almost identical to me. What is the difference? I'm putting this on a new redwood deck and would like it to be as natural looking as possible, not too red. Which would you recommend? Thanks.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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?
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?
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?
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!
TWP 1500 is a Semi-transparent Oil-Based wood stain and preservative that is allowed in all 50 states.
The new TWP 1500 formula is designed to penetrate better, dry faster and outperform the previous TWP 500 series formula.
TWP 1500 Series is an EPA registered wood preservative which prevents structural damage and wood decay on exterior above ground wood surfaces such fencing, decking, wood siding, log homes, and roofing. TWP 1500 Series resists water absorption that causes warping, cracking and splitting as well as preventing freeze damage in colder climates.
TWP 1500 Series is a low VOC preservative with special U.V. absorbing pigments that prevent unsightly wood graying, darkening and fading. The selected mildewcides inhibit the growth of mold and mildew which assist in preventing premature discoloration.
TWP 1500 Stain Series will keep your wood beautiful, fresh and looking new longer. The ease of application and maintenance will allow you to enjoy your investment for years to come.
Preserves natural wood color
EPA registered wood preservative
Professional choice for all exterior wood surfaces
Semi-transparent stain preserves natural color
Sheds water longer
Prevents mold and mildew
Helps to prevent wood rot
Easy to apply and can be cleaned and recoated as needed
Helps in the prevention of warping, cracking and splitting