TWP 100 Series 1 Gallon

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TWP® 100 Pro-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. Containing unique ingredients that protect the wood from damage, TWP 100 Series has been a leader and respected product for over 25 years.

  • TWP 100 Series Stain QuestionsPenetrating and enhances natural wood tones in 8 different colors
  • Preserves wood from turning gray
  • Sheds water
  • Used for all types of exterior natural wood - Decking, Wood Houses, Wood Fencing, Hardwoods, etc
  • Not prone to Mildew and Mold

TWP® 100 Pro-Series provides a broad spectrum of weather protection, is water repellent, and aids in color retention. TWP® 100 Pro-Series resists water absorption that causes warping, cracking, splitting, and prevents freeze damage in colder climates.

Use TWP® 100 Pro-Series to Restore and Protect YOUR GREAT OUTDOORS!

Please Note:

TWP 100 Series is not compliant in all states. Please read this for additional information: VOC States.

TWP 1500 series can be shipped to all 50 states.

*We do not guarantee stain colors as they will vary widely depending on the wood type, age, of wood, prepping of wood, and application. Small samples are available.

*TWP 105 Cape Cod Gray and 106 Prairie Gray are close to semi-solid in appearance.

TWP 100 Series 1 Gallon Deck Stain

 

 

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Gallon Sizes: 1's & 5's
Stain Type: Semi-Transparent Oil-Based
Coverage Per Gallon: 100-200 square feet
Coats  Required: 2 Coats. "Wet on Wet"
Temperature: 45-95 F
Application Tools: Pad, Sprayer, Brush, Roller
Dry Time: 4-24 Hours
Cleanup: Mineral Spirits
State VOC Limits: Not Compliant in all States
More Info: Product Data

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Wednesday, 03 May 2017

Used on my deck. Lasted 3 years. Just clean and reapply.

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    scott · 11/18/2020
    testing comments
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    ingeborgdot · 10/09/2020
    What do most people use for application on a 250 ft of cedar fence? Roller, sprayer, electric paint sprayer?

    Thanks.
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    dahi · 10/02/2020
    Thank you for your help. Could you please advice what kind of stain would work?
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      TWP Stains · 10/03/2020
      No stain will work unless you remove the Deckover 100%. Once removed fully, you can use any of the TWP stains.
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    Dahi · 10/02/2020
    My deck is about 25 years old. I painted few years back with Behr deck over. I am planning to get rid of old paint and clean and brighten my deck. I want to use TWP 100 series pecan stain. would it work?
    How long will it take to get it within USA
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      TWP Stains · 10/02/2020
      TWP will work only if you are about to remove the Deckover 100% and that is not easy. You will have to power sand it all off. Shipping depends on where you live.
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    brad · 09/30/2020
    What stain do you recommend for a redwood deck? I'm looking for a balance of maintaining the color but also providing maximum UV protection as I live in New Mexico. It seems intuitive to choose the Redwood stain. Will the TW-100 Redwood stain mask the color or enhance it? The redwood has sections which are quite red and sections that are light colored. The deck is 5 years old and I have sanded it again so it is ready for stain.
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      TWP Stains · 09/30/2020
      We would need to see pictures to make sure pre is correct. As for color, you can use any color you like, it does not have to be "redwood" color. The redwood color is a rich red. https://www.twpstain.com/twp-100-series-stain-colors-and-photo-albums/
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        brad · 09/30/2020
        Thanks for the reply and pointing me to the albums. Attached is a pic; I'm looking to stain benches and railings. The pic doesn't show the lighter sections as much but they are there at other locations. Based on your pics in the albums, it appears that the "Honeytone" stain might give one the best chance of preserving the natural redwood color? I wonder if the "Redwood" would provide more protection against graying and UV?
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          brad · 11/06/2020
          As a follow-up, here's what my redwood benches look like 2 days after 2 coats of the TWG-100 Redwood stain has been applied. For prep, I sanded using a belt sander with 40 grit then 80 grit.
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          TWP Stains · 09/30/2020
          You can use the Honeytone or Redwood, up to you. How did you prep? Sanding? What grit paper?
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            brad · 09/30/2020
            I'm going with the TWG-100 Redwood stain as I think it will enhance the color the best. Will post pics in the Redwood stain album after I'm done. I prepped by sanding with a 40 grit, then 80. See pic with how it looked pre-prep. I might do a quick smooth over with 120 grit before I apply the stain to freshen it up. Thanks for the help.
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    Corey · 09/16/2020
    Also which stain is better, 1500 or 1000 series? I did the 1500 2 years ago and couldn't find it in the store, so had to buy the 100. I live in Kansas where it's blazing hot in the summer and my deck faces west. Thanks.
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    Corey · 09/16/2020
    I did not do the wet on wet application. Is it okay to do my second coat after the first one has dried? I just read about this on your website which made more sense than on the can. Thanks!
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      TWP Stains · 09/16/2020
      It may not be able to take a second coat if the first coat has already dried and cured. Best to leave as is and do a light wash and recoat next Spring.
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    Jack · 09/14/2020
    My research finds that BoraCare will mitigate the beetles. It penetrates the wood with borax salt, which renders the wood unpalatable to the beetles and kills them. The question remains, will TWP or any other finishing product will penetrate the wood after using BoraCare. I'm getting conflicting info on that question and I'm awaiting the answer from Nisus is the BoraCare manufacturer.
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      TWP Stains · 09/14/2020
      As long as the wood is porous and the TWP can soak in, then you are okay.
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    Jack · 09/13/2020
    Is one coat sufficient? How often should it be repeated? is TW P the product I should be using?
    I have another issue with somebody of the logs. There are powder post beetles in some. Any suggestions as to how to mitigate them would be appreciated.
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      TWP Stains · 09/14/2020
      If the wood will only allow one coat to soak in, then yes, that is sufficient. Not sure on how to protect against the beetles. Maybe get an exterminator to treat after the staining is done.
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    Jack · 09/13/2020
    I am in a dilemma about finishing logs for outside benches. I have used TWP. The wood would only take one coat. (Is that normal?) I had hoped to finish with timber oil after TWP, but after letting the TWP set for two weeks, the timber oil would not penetrated. I would appreciate any comments about using TWP alone or not at all. I have many logs to do and don't want to screw them up! (By the way, I'm working with red oak.)
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      TWP Stains · 09/13/2020
      You cannot top coat anything over the TWP. No need as well.
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    Ed T. · 09/01/2020
    My deck faces south and takes a beating. I have used TWP stains for all staining. What TWP 100 stain provides the most UV protection?
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      TWP Stains · 09/02/2020
      Yes.
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        Ed T. · 09/02/2020
        Which color TWP 100 stain provides the most UV protection?
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          TWP Stains · 09/02/2020
          Darker brown or red colors. Does not matter which one.
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    Donna · 09/01/2020
    Does TWP 100 contain paraffin or linseed oil? Is a respirator required when applying the stain?
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      TWP Stains · 09/01/2020
      No paraffin. It is a blend of natural and synthetic oils. You can wear a respirator if you desire it when applying.
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    Donna · 09/01/2020
    Thank you. If I decide to use the Honeytone 115 for the first or second coat of stain can I go darker in the future without removing the lighter stain and just
    clean and brighten?
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    Donna · 09/01/2020
    We are having our deck re-boarded this week with KDAT pressurized pine. We live in North.Carolina The contractor said we should stain within 45 days. Will one coat of twp 100 stain absorb by that time, and protect the wood? What is the earliest we can put a second maintenance coat on?
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    Bob · 08/31/2020
    Where are you located?
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    Gary · 08/26/2020
    what is difference between 100 series & 1500 series?
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      TWP Stains · 08/26/2020
      VOC compliance for certain states. The 100 is not allowed in all.
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    Jackie · 08/20/2020
    I have a batu deck and don't want to stain it just clear coat to bring out the color. The 1500 series all have colors is there one you recommend that doesn't?
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      TWP Stains · 08/20/2020
      TWP 1500 comes in Clear but a clear will not change or enhance the color and it will also not provide any UV protection from fading and will turn gray in months. You must have a tinted color to do what you want.
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        Jackie · 08/20/2020
        Which color would you recommend if I wanted my deck to keep the color the same as when it's wet?
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          TWP Stains · 08/20/2020
          Honeytone is the closest to a wet look.
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            Jackie · 08/20/2020
            Thank you I will give it a try. Should I use your restore kit if I sealed it last year with Messmers clear? It's faded but not grey.
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    Cynthia Deal · 08/17/2020
    I have a 5 gallon bucket of TWP 100 deck stain that I purchased in August 2019. It has never been opened and has been stored in ideal conditions. Would it be ok to use now? I wasn’t sure of shelf life of unopened stain but am hoping it it is fine.
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    Jack Schumann · 08/11/2020
    Last year I ordered five gallons of 1520 Pecan. I did no use all five gallons. Can I oder two additional gallons and mix all of it together to come up with a uniform color? My deck is "yallow pine" with the deck basically laying on the ground @ 20' X 26". I've already brightened and power washed the deck with y ew Generic 1500 psi, 2.5 gpm.

    Please let me know your thoughts.

    cheers,

    Jack
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      TWP Stains · 08/11/2020
      An opened container typically does not last more than 12 months. Probably best to start with fresh stain.