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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    TWP Stains · 09/22/2016
    Mish Loud:
    I have a cedar shed that I would like to stain. I just had it power washed and I may do some more cleaning as well. It has been stained once and it is about 15 years old and still is in great shape and looks good. I would like to try Natural or honey but am wondering which series would be better for a cedar shed. Thank you

    Either the 100 or the 1500 will work, but make sure to remove all previous stain coatings first.
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    Mish Loud · 09/21/2016
    I have a cedar shed that I would like to stain. I just had it power washed and I may do some more cleaning as well. It has been stained once and it is about 15 years old and still is in great shape and looks good. I would like to try Natural or honey but am wondering which series would be better for a cedar shed. Thank you
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    TWP Stains · 09/17/2016
    Lenore:
    I see the colors for the TWP 1500 product. Would you consider these color pics most true on newer wood? My (I think it's pressure treated pine) deck is 25 yrs old. It hasn't had anything done in 15 yrs and although it has no rot it does have some deep cracks. I will have stripped any old stain brightened and sanded before applying the new stain but generally would you think these colors would turn out darker on an old deck like mine? I'd like to order 3 or 4 samples but cost has become an issue at this point. Are there any customer pics of decks in different color tones?

    Older wood should stains darker as it is more absorbent. Best to test with the samples as all wood comes are differently based on age and prep.
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    Lenore · 09/17/2016
    I see the colors for the TWP 1500 product. Would you consider these color pics most true on newer wood? My (I think it's pressure treated pine) deck is 25 yrs old. It hasn't had anything done in 15 yrs and although it has no rot it does have some deep cracks. I will have stripped any old stain brightened and sanded before applying the new stain but generally would you think these colors would turn out darker on an old deck like mine? I'd like to order 3 or 4 samples but cost has become an issue at this point. Are there any customer pics of decks in different color tones?
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    TWP Stains · 09/16/2016
    katharina:
    does the natural 1530 have uv protection?
    what color is best for a cedar shed?

    Yes the Natural is tinted so it does have UV protection. Any color that you like will work on cedar. The colors enhance the natural grain of the wood.
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    katharina · 09/16/2016
    does the natural 1530 have uv protection?
    what color is best for a cedar shed?
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    TWP Stains · 09/12/2016
    Debbie Bannister:
    #1----My 40 yr old cleaned siding looks very dry and lifeless. Will TWP give it back life & luster or is it time to put a solid stain with color on it?

    #2----- looking at the honeytone in the 100 series or the natural in the 1500 series. Is one a good choice or do you have a better option?

    #3-----can it be sprayed on?

    #4-----Battled mold growth during cleaning. Was told oil based products feed mold. How does your product inhibit mold growth?

    1. Yes the TWP will enhance the wood, giving a richer look. Make sure to prep correctly first.
    2. Both are good colors.
    3. Yes, but back brushing to ensure an even application is needed.
    4. TWP contains and EPA registered Algaecide to help prevent mold and algae growth.
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    Debbie Bannister · 09/11/2016
    #1----My 40 yr old cleaned siding looks very dry and lifeless. Will TWP give it back life & luster or is it time to put a solid stain with color on it?

    #2----- looking at the honeytone in the 100 series or the natural in the 1500 series. Is one a good choice or do you have a better option?

    #3-----can it be sprayed on?

    #4-----Battled mold growth during cleaning. Was told oil based products feed mold. How does your product inhibit mold growth?
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    TWP Stains · 09/02/2016
    Brenda A.:
    My cedar deck was completed 13 months ago (August of last year.) I was told by my builder to wait "at least" a year to stain- I just read a comment[on this site] stating it is best to stain between 4-12 months after installations. Originally, I thought I would be able to wait until next spring to stain but all other information indicates I should stain within the next few weeks (Minnesota)! Is this correct or doesn't it matter if I wait until next spring? In other words, is the wood going to be too weathered next spring to easily prepare it for staining? Also, does prepping for stain always include sanding? (My cedar deck boards still look great-just weathered) Regardless...I am excited to stain my deck when it is best to do so :-)

    You should probably get a coat on this Fall and then another light coat next year. Prep with the Gemini Restore Kit. Sanding is not always needed, but sometimes is. Your wood may have oxidized heavily since being built. Using the Gemini Restore Kit and pressure washing will remove the oxidation for prep, but since it has been over a year, you may get oxidation "fuzzies". These would be lightly sanded off.
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    TWP Stains · 09/02/2016
    Mike Nordloh:
    Do you have a set of 100 Series color samples that can be mailed so our HOA Board can better choose a color?

    I don't mean cans to treat wood, but samples to better represent a color visually outside a color on a computer screen.

    Above you can purchase the actual samples for $8 each. They come in a small bottle.
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    Mike Nordloh · 09/02/2016
    Do you have a set of 100 Series color samples that can be mailed so our HOA Board can better choose a color?

    I don't mean cans to treat wood, but samples to better represent a color visually outside a color on a computer screen.
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    Brenda A. · 09/01/2016
    My cedar deck was completed 13 months ago (August of last year.) I was told by my builder to wait "at least" a year to stain- I just read a comment[on this site] stating it is best to stain between 4-12 months after installations. Originally, I thought I would be able to wait until next spring to stain but all other information indicates I should stain within the next few weeks (Minnesota)! Is this correct or doesn't it matter if I wait until next spring? In other words, is the wood going to be too weathered next spring to easily prepare it for staining? Also, does prepping for stain always include sanding? (My cedar deck boards still look great-just weathered) Regardless...I am excited to stain my deck when it is best to do so :-)
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    TWP Stains · 08/29/2016
    David Frank Ross:
    Do you ship the 100 series and the 1500 to California?

    Only the 1500 is allowed for California.
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    David Frank Ross · 08/28/2016
    Do you ship the 100 series and the 1500 to California?
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    TWP Stains · 08/21/2016
    Nugent:
    Our 1900 sq. ft. deck was sanded, cleaned and freshly stained less than 1 week ago. Stain color applied was 1 Cedartone to 2 Redwood. Still way too red for me!! Suggestions? Possible to apply more Cedartone or Pecan or Rustic on top to alter the color?

    You should not apply another coat on top now. TWP when applied needs to be applied wet on wet. Applying a third coat or another coat after the first coat dries could result in the TWP not soaking into the wood grain. It will dry, but it may take a few days and could be shiny in spots. This means it filmed on top of the wood and would be prone to premature wearing. In addition you cannot tone down a red by adding a lighter color as the red would still be the dominate color showing through. If you really did not like it and want to switch, you would have to strip and remove to start over.

    In the future it is best to add the Clear to lessen a stocked color. Meaning 1 part Redwood to 1 part Clear would give about half the color that Redwood would normally give. Dark Oak is also a good color to mix with as it will "brown" colors.
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    Nugent · 08/20/2016
    Our 1900 sq. ft. deck was sanded, cleaned and freshly stained less than 1 week ago. Stain color applied was 1 Cedartone to 2 Redwood. Still way too red for me!! Suggestions? Possible to apply more Cedartone or Pecan or Rustic on top to alter the color?
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    TWP Stains · 08/15/2016
    Tony Gran:
    Do you have any brochures that show the color of your products? The color isn't right on my computer screen and I would prefer to not spend $8 on a sample that won't match. The colors are close.

    The colors in a brochures are the same as the computer, so it would not offer any help. The best to test is samples so you can see the color on your wood. All wood will differentiate with the colors since it is based on age of wood, type of wood and how the wood is prepped.
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    Tony Gran · 08/15/2016
    Do you have any brochures that show the color of your products? The color isn't right on my computer screen and I would prefer to not spend $8 on a sample that won't match. The colors are close.
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    TWP Stains · 08/05/2016
    JayHuckstep:
    1100 sqft deck. Assume I will need 2 x 5gallon containers. Will the colors of both be exact or will I need to mix the two together best I can to ensure no color variation?

    It is always best to mix together, but we test to make sure that all is exact same color prior to pouring into the pails. Product does settle some at the bottom, so make sure to stir well first.
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    JayHuckstep · 08/05/2016
    1100 sqft deck. Assume I will need 2 x 5gallon containers. Will the colors of both be exact or will I need to mix the two together best I can to ensure no color variation?