TWP 100 Series 1 Gallon

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TWP 100 Series Deck Stain Colors 1 GallonTWP 100 Series Stain

TWP 100 Series is an EPA registered wood and deck stain and preservative. Containing unique ingredients which protect 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

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

Reviews

Wednesday, 03 May 2017

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

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    Marty · 08/07/2018
    Has anyone used the TWP Cape Cod gray, does it allow for the wood grain to still be seen some or does it look like its been painted? (solid)
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      pdiddy · 08/07/2018
      It will depend on the type of wood you are applying the Cape Cod gray on as to the amount of wood grain/knots that will show through. I live in SC and applied it to "new" one year old weathered pressure treated lumber. I ordered a sample of the color and it appeared more solid on the sample I received than on my dock wood. Some areas of my wood are more solid color and some show the grain and knots through this stain. It has only been applied about 2 months, so I can't attest to how well it will weather, but it certainly repels water. GOOD LUCK!
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      TWP Stains · 08/07/2018
      It is not a solid stain but close to a semi-solid. See here for some pics: https://www.twpstain.com/twp-105-cape-cod-gray
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    Jon · 08/05/2018
    If I apply a clear oil based sealer on my deck like Thompson water seal does the deck need to to be prepped the next year for your stain and if so what would be the prep for that? Also would it just be better to Pressure wash and skip the seal all together? Thanks
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      TWP Stains · 08/06/2018
      You will have to strip off the Thompsons first. No point in using a clear sealer.
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        Jon · 08/09/2018
        Okay so you would need a product to recoat even if it's the same color? Are the semi solid colors still oil based? What is the expected typical longevity of those coatings?
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          TWP Stains · 08/09/2018
          You always gave to prep when recoating. Yes they are oil based. 2-3 years.
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        Jon · 08/08/2018
        Thanks, I was considering twp 100 in the gray color but don't want a solid coating that is going to need to be stripped each time I have to re coat. Would I be able to reapply the same coating each time with minimal prep? Does the gray color tend o peel? I assume itis classified as a semi transparent still or is it actually considered a semi solid? Would there be better options? I have a pressure treated deck that is only a couple feet off the ground and is south facing in Michigan climate. Thanks
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          TWP Stains · 08/08/2018
          The gray is not a solid color but a semi-solid. You can clean and reapply as needed. It does not peel.
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            Jon · 08/08/2018
            Thank you. So what is the process to reapply the same grey color? Also, if I decided I wanted a differentStain color later what is the process to prepare for a differentcolor stain?
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              TWP Stains · 08/09/2018
              To recoat with the gray, use the Gemini Restore Kit. If you want to switch colors, use the Restore A Deck Stripper and Brightener Kits.
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    Willson · 06/28/2018
    TWP is awesome! Love the way it looks on my 2 years old deck. Could not be happier.
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    Karen E. Shaw · 06/24/2018
    I ordered a sample of the TWP 100 Dark Oak stain and it is no where close to a dark brown. More orange. See photos...
    It was applied to a sample of PT Pine wood. Is it possible that the sample I received had the wrong label on it?
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      TWP Stains · 06/24/2018
      That is the correct color sample. The issue you are seeing it is being applied to unweathered and not properly prepped wood. This will result in much less color absorption.
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    Anna · 06/12/2018
    I am looking to re-stain my deck as I just bought a house and it really needs to be stained again. What are the proper preparation steps?
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      Anna · 06/13/2018
      This is the bottom and then the railing
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      TWP Stains · 06/13/2018
      Hello, this depends on the brand and type of stain that is currently on the wood now? Feel free to post a picture or two.
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        Anna · 06/13/2018
        I have bo idea what is on it but it doesn't look like it's been stained in years so I think sanding it would be just fine.
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          TWP Stains · 06/13/2018
          Okay but if you have time, post a picture please.
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    Adam · 06/03/2018
    Deck on rear of lake house was painted 10 years ago by former owner. Paint is beginning to peel. My plan is to pressure wash the deck and then stain with TWP 100. Is the appropriate process or do I need to prep the wood?
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      TWP Stains · 06/03/2018
      Adam, pressure washing will not remove the paint fully and it will have to come off if you want to use the TWP. You will pprobablyhave to sand it off after the pressure washing to remove the rest.
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    Terry · 05/24/2018
    I'm going with the TWP Dark Walnut stain on my southern facing deck (I live in Michigan). The deck was power washed last summer. With this dark color do I need to clean this again? I hope not!
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    Ike · 05/11/2018
    how true to color when finished are the pictures on the website
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    Alexander · 05/10/2018
    Coverage per gallon is 200 sq feet maximum, that's for 1 coat or 2 coats?
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    Pam · 05/04/2018
    What is the VOC level of the 100 Series?
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    kast · 05/04/2018
    How does this hold up against molding in a damp environment?
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      TWP Stains · 05/04/2018
      The TWP 100 Series contains an EPA registered wood mildewcide to prevent and prolong the occurrence of mildew. The only deck and wood stain that does.
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    luba · 05/03/2018
    free shipping with 5 1 gal ? does not show as it does for a 5 gal thx
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      TWP Stains · 05/03/2018
      Free shipping on 5-gallon pails not 5 single gallons. Thanks
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    Sheli · 05/01/2018
    I have a large deck with close to 100 spindles which was previously stained with a semitransparent SuperDeck redwood color. Will the Prairie Gray cover it well if I can't remove all of the old stain with the stripped and cleaner?
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    paul · 04/30/2018
    I live in the upstate of SC and need to seal approx. 950 sq. ft. on a dock and walkway which had new pressure treated flooring installed 10/17. I intend to apply Cape Cod Gray (105). How many gallons should I plan to us? Do I need to apply 2 coats?
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    Gordon · 04/02/2018
    Are small quantities, samples, available to see colors on my wood?
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    cny · 03/22/2018
    Interested in purchasing prairie gray. It says semi solid in appearance. Does that mean it is technically a semi transparent? Does it offer more protection than the others in this series?
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      TWP Stains · 03/23/2018
      It is a semi-solid in appearance meaning it will show less grain of the wood than a semi-transparent. More pigment does mean better UV protection.
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    jake · 02/02/2018
    Do you guys sell it in Ca?
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    Michele · 01/18/2018
    We purchased our house several months ago and noticed several dock boards have rotted and need to be replaced. Dock extends over canal, is 10 year old pressure treated pine, and previous owner said it had never been stained.

    Would like a recommendation to prevent rot in the hot, humid, salty air of the Florida Keys – especially for the new dock boards we place down to replace the rotted ones. Don’t care about color – prefer not to have to sand all those boards. Also need to treat some of the supports – which occasionally get covered in salt water from the canal during especially high tides.

    Also, I read that oil-based stains actually promote mold growth – your opinion, please.
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    Bill Cumberland · 11/20/2017
    Can TWP 100 Series be applied over a weather deck originally treated with Duckback Superdeck Pressure Treated Wood Stain (Natural color). The deck will be treated with Restore-A-Deck Stripper and Brightener before application of TWP. The TWP will be applied to both the horizontal deck boards and vertical boards below the deck. I need additional protection from mildew and mold. Thanks,
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      TWP Stains · 11/21/2017
      Yes, as long as you use the prep as you mentioned.
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    Curtis Smith · 11/12/2017
    Which product do you recommend for sealing .75 inch marine plywood? Also, which color would provide the best UV protection?
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      TWP Stains · 11/12/2017
      Any of the colors in the 100 Series will work well. Darker colors will give slightly better UV protection over the lighter tints.