Storm Shield 1 Gallon

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STORM SHIELD® is a unique combination of resins and pigments that enhances the natural beauty and warmth of old and new wood. The 100% acrylic system makes it user friendly,

environmentally safe and easy to clean up with soap and water.

STORM SHIELD® provides superior water repellency and maximum protection from premature loss of color, surface mildew and water absorption. Powerful ultraviolet light screening chemicals reduce unsightly graying and loss of natural color.

STORM SHIELD® is available in SS601 Cedartone, SS602 Redwood, SS615 Honeytone and SS616 Rustic Oak. Colors may be intermixed.

SS615.honeytone

SS601.cedartone

SS602.redwood

SS616.rustic_oak

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    TWP Stains · 07/26/2014
    butchberger:
    Whats the main difference between the storm shield and the twp100? When should I use one over the other?

    We do not sell the Storm Shield anymore so the TWP is what you would want.
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    Butch · 07/25/2014
    Whats the main difference between the storm shield and the twp100? When should I use one over the other?
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    TWP Stains · 04/03/2014
    altimeter, best to use the TWP 1500 Series for these areas.
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    altimeter · 04/03/2014
    Would you recommend the new Storm Shield for a playset, all redwood, full sun, high temps, in TN? Also, would you recommend Storm Shield for a cedar deck, previously stained, no stain left, and aged, in same yard as playset?
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    TWP Stains · 07/14/2013
    Alex, if the stain is not tinted then it will not prevent UV graying.
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    Alex · 07/12/2013
    I live in Oregon and recently built a deck on my house. There is maybe 3 months of the year it's not raining here. I am looking for a high mold and mildew resistant stain or coating that isn't going to color my white cedar. Do you have anything that will hold up to this climate for more then a year?
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    TWP Stains · 01/25/2013
    It would be best to remove the Sikkens first before applying the 1500 Series. This will allow the TWP to properly soak into the wood. TWP can be cleaned and recoated as needed. Nothing will stop rust stains for the nails. They should have used treated or galvanized nails. To remove the black rust stains, use a wood brightener.
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    Roy Nash · 01/24/2013
    Thanks for the opportunity to ask a question. I want to apply a longer lasting coating to the pine siding on my home which is barely over 1 yr old. Present finish is 1 coat of translucent Sikken SRD Cetol, natural oak color. It has held up only under covered areas that receive no sun. The other areas, (2 coated wet where applied on sunnier exposures, 1 coated elsewhere), are not peeling but are looking poorly and nail bleeding is present on the 1-coat areas. Questions: 1) After cleaning per your label instructions, what is the longest lasting of your products that you would recommend that is still semi-transparent or translucent? (I presume the new 1500 series?) 2) Do I need to strip off the Sikkens first?. 3) Can I re-apply your recommendation two or 3 years from now without stripping it off first? Thanks for your help.
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    Administrator · 03/01/2012
    Most likely if it is peeling then either the wood was not properly prepped before application or the Storm Shield was over applied.

    It would be easier to use a stain stripper to remove then start over.
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    Home owner 2 · 03/01/2012
    What can I do fix this? Can I sand it down and recoat it? I stained my new deck last spring and it is peeling mostly on the flat parts where the sun hits it most. If needed I can send you pictures.
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    TWP Stains · 01/22/2012
    Storm Shield is a water based stain. Water based stains do not promote mildew growth as there is nothing in the stain (no oils) that \"feed\" the growth of mold/mildew \"in\" the stain. The issue is that mold/mildew can grow on \"top\" of any surface and stains can not prevent this from happening. I would apply 1 part bleach to 5 parts water to the shutters. Spray on with a garden sprayer and rinse off after a few minutes. This should get rid of the mold and should not harm the stain.
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    Alix Prete · 01/22/2012
    We purchased the Storm Shield in honeytone to stain four new cypress shutters about six months ago. We live in South Lousiana and it is humid here. The shutters are already showing tons of mildew-I can send pics if you want. Why did this happen? This product says it is mildew resistant and I would expect it to work for longer than six months. I applied it as instructed on the label.