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I'm interested in preserving my cedar decking once it greys- can I seal it with the clear 100 series without cleaning so as not to expose the original cedar tone?
Somewhere on the website I saw something about "maintenance coats" for TWP 100. Now, of course, I can't find it. I just applied the stain but am wondering when and how (i.e. prep required) to apply "maintenance coats" in the future?
I noticed that your technical info gives a coverage rate of 100-200 square feet per gallon. Does that mean 100-200 sq.ft. per coat -- or is that for the required two coats? I'm doing a deck and railings totaling about 650 sq.ft. and am wondering how much stain to buy. (Deck is weathered and neglected about 25 yrs. old -- not smooth, new wood, so stain will probably really soak in.)
Have 100 on my deck, applied for two years.
1. My state allows both 100 or 1500, which is better then for a treated wood deck. 2 years old.
2. I notice that 100 says it dries in 4 hrs, 1500 takes all night.. as long as it doesn't freeze or frost it will be ok?
3. best application technique? foam pad, roller, sprayer?
I have an old wooden glider rocker (well weathered), can I use TWP 100 to seal it? In addition, what would be the best way to clean and prepare the wood prior to applying TWP 100?
Have used TWP 100 Clear on my deck and porch - looks great! Rain water beads up and runs off.
Great! But I only saw Cedartone 101 on the list, not Cedartone natural. Is that the same thing? I want to make sure I ask for the exact product.
I am in Austin Texas.
I'm glad I checked. Can I get the 101 Cedartone Natural anymore? If not, what do you suggest as the closest way to approximately match the color? Is it a darker shade of the orangish cedar color thatI could sort of match by putting a second coat on the rest of the deck?
If I have to, I will buy quarts of different colors and try to mix up a match, but I would need to know what colors to order.
Now that I looked at the can with my glasses on, I see that it is series 101 and the color is called "Cedartone Natural." I assume this is the same as Cedartone in the 1500 series, but would like confirmation.