TWP 100 Series 5 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 5 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

Thursday, 30 July 2020

I'm very satisfied with my result, after many days of research I found this product which I did not know that existed. Easy to apply, used garden pump and a dollar brush.

David

Wednesday, 03 May 2017

TWP 100 is an excellent stain for all exterior wood types.

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    joe · 05/21/2020
    When doing the second "wet on wet" coat, what is the minimum amount of time to let the first coat soak in? If parts of the stained deck are dry to the touch in a half hour is it already too late, even though the specifications state the stain takes 4-24 hours to dry?
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    Eric · 05/21/2020
    Hello -- will 5 gallons be sufficient on an 850 square foot freshly sanded Western Red Cedar deck? No railings. The deck is over 20 years old so it's very well seasoned and maybe a little thirsty(?). I will be using one of those large Deck Boss brushes to apply.

    Thank you!
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      TWP Stains · 05/21/2020
      Not for two coats. You will need 8-10 gallons.
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        Eric · 05/21/2020
        Thank you for the quick reply!

        A follow up question please -- is there anything preventing the use of a few newly purchased kiln-dried replacement boards before I finish? In other words, does the cedar need to weather for a year or so like I've seen posted frequently. I could install, then sand the whole deck. But I also could just buy the wood and sit on it for a year, replacing bad boards next year prior to re-coating the deck.

        Thanks again - very helpful resource!
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            Eric · 05/21/2020
            Now that link you posted for KDAT wood refers to TREATED wood - presumably pressure treated(?), if I read it correctly.


            What I'd be using is untreated, milled Western Red Cedar right out of the forest that has then been kiln dried - i.e., not treated lumber.

            Does that change the recommendation at all?

            Thanks again -- it's really helpful!
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              TWP Stains · 05/21/2020
              No change.
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                Eric · 05/21/2020
                Roger that. I'll measure up the replacements needed and will age it until next season.

                Thanks again!
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    jim posvar · 05/21/2020
    which stains a deck better 100 or 1500 series
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    jim posvar · 05/21/2020
    can 100 series be shipped to alabama
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    Sheryl · 05/18/2020
    can this be used on a fence that has been stained several times already?
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      TWP Stains · 05/18/2020
      Only if the previous brand was TWP otherwise you would have to remove the current coatings.
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    Mike · 05/14/2020
    Can a clear (such as semi gloss) be applied over the top of the TWP100 stains? Do you have a recommendation of what product to use?
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      TWP Stains · 05/14/2020
      No, you cannot add anything on top. It will peel.
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        Mike · 05/14/2020
        Thank you! I would much prefer having a gloss-type finish on the decking. Do I have any good alternatives?
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          TWP Stains · 05/14/2020
          You cannot have a gloss coating on a deck, it will peel and blister and will be a huge mess to sand off.
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    Joe · 05/10/2020
    I found an unopened 5 gallon pail of TWP 100 in my basement that is from 2014. I opened it and stirred it well for about 20 minutes. All of the solids dissolved, with no clumps remaining. Is it safe to use?
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    Rik · 05/08/2020
    Can this stain (twp 100) be applied to a fence?
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    Whit · 05/04/2020
    How long will it take to get the color sample I requested and how long will it take to receive 5 gallon pails of stain after I have ordered it? I am looking to begin a project relatively soon. I have two decks and a massive fence that are made of treated pine and have never been stained. The deck is about 2 years old and the fence is about 4 years old. I have a pressure washer but am also looking to clean and brighten them. Should I use Restore-a-deck or Gemini or what cleaner/brightener? Do I need one coat or two on the deck and do I need less on the fence? I have a grace magnum x7 paint sprayer for the projects- do you think that will suffice? Thanks so much for the assistance!
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      TWP Stains · 05/05/2020
      Shipping times are varied due to Covid-19 and ar longer than normal. As for the prep, use the Gemini Restore Kit for all. 2 coats applied wet on wet for both. You can spray but you will need to back brush to ensure a uniform application.
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    Crystal · 05/01/2020
    My deck is about 270 sq ft. I am getting confused about how many gallons I will need to do my deck in total. The deck was made with pressure treated wood 15 years ago. Also, if I were to get 5 gal and not use it all, does it "expire" after so much time?
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      TWP Stains · 05/01/2020
      About 3 gallons for two coats. Shelf life if opened is 12 months.
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    steve · 05/01/2020
    We have a home in Boone, NC, elevation about 3000, with cedar siding. It was built and stained in 2005. I don't think retained since. We have a painter who will pressure wash and then apply stain. Wa want to go with TWP100. Planning two coats. Does this sound reasonable?
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      TWP Stains · 05/01/2020
      As long as the previous coating is removed, then yes.
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        steve · 05/01/2020
        Will pressure washing suffice as the kind of removal you're talking about? Hopefully it will since a more aggressive treatment like sanding is not feasible--large house, and I think sanding would not be good for the siding.
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          TWP Stains · 05/01/2020
          That depends on the coating type?
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            steve · 05/01/2020
            The previous coating was a stain, probably semi transparent. The painters we had give us an estimate all felt comfortable applying a new stain. We're going with two coats. But I just wanted to check with you as a second opinion. The pressure washing will probably remove some of the previous stain but it's being done also, mainly, to remove surface mildew.
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    Jason · 04/26/2020
    I have a wood theme going in my home that basically mixes ebony or jacobean with classic gray (minwax colors) and ends up being a nice dark tone with hints of gray and brown. Need to do a very large deck soon, was wonder if anyone has combined TWP100 colors successfully? It looks like Cape Cod Gray mixed with Dark Oak might achieve a similar result?
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      TWP Stains · 04/26/2020
      You would have to test it with some samples to see if it will work for you.
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    James Hartley · 04/25/2020
    I'm building a rough cut cedar picket fence, and have about 1000 boards to install. I was going to build a dunk tank and back brush off the excess. Will this work. Boards will will be fully dry and brushed off of miling sawdust.
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      TWP Stains · 04/25/2020
      If rough cut, then yes.
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        James Hartley · 04/25/2020
        I see that your jailed in taking new orders due to the “stay home” order, when when will you be taking new orders?
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          TWP Stains · 04/25/2020
          Hopefully within a week. ou can sign up for emails thee to receive a notification as to when.
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    john landry · 04/18/2020
    planning to stain a 3 year old treated pine fence, should i use the cleaner and brightener first? Thanks
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    Emily Loftin · 04/14/2020
    We are currently in the process of building our deck with treated pine. Is there anything we would need to put down on the wood before staining it with the TWP100? I'm new to this and I don't want to mess up the process.
    We will also be attaching this deck to a pre-existing deck around our pool that was stained, then painted. I will be pressure washing & sanding the paint off of that section. Can I use this same product so that the new deck will flow into the old deck? If so, is there anything else I need to do to prepare the 'old' deck?
    Thanks!!
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    Freddy Pacheco · 03/25/2020
    Good morning,

    Where can I find this color of stain
    TWP 207/103? Thank you.
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    Dan · 03/23/2020
    want to reapply stain to twp stain i already have on my fence. Do I need to put a prep on it or just clean it with my power waster
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    Mark · 01/07/2020
    We are in the process of building an event venue in North carolina near the South carolina border. The company is recommending your 100 series. Questions;
    1) we are building close to a lake. Why are some states not allowing your 100 series product and is it harmful to water sources/ lakes?
    2) If north carolina regulates your product (VOC) in the future, do we have another compatible option?
    3)The building will be 84' x 90' any recommendation on how to apply it wet on wet?
    4) Can it be applied by spray?
    5) Is there a discount if purchased in bulk to accommodate this sized of a building as well as a small cabin to be also built on site?

    Thank you
    Mark Schingen
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      TWP Stains · 01/07/2020
      1. Certain states have lower VOC laws that do not allow the 100 Series. The TWP is not harmful to water when dry but you cannot spill it into the water when in liquid form.
      2. NC does not have any potential VOC changes on the horizon but if they did change, use the TWP 1500 Series.
      3. You do not apply two coats to new wood. See this for new wood tips: https://www.twpstainhelp.com/prepping-new-wood-for-twp-stains/
      4. Yes, but you will have to back wiped.
      5. Sorry but no.
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    tony · 09/08/2019
    We would be using it for a deck, western red cedar. We live in S. California Mountains, 5,000 foot elevation, snow, occasional wet snow, temperature range 10℉ to 105℉. Would the TWP100 be a good choice?
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    Phillip · 08/29/2019
    I have a 600sf all Cypress porch that I just got finished pressure washing to make the boards look new. What product should I use, how much, and how long should I let the wood drive before applying?
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      TWP Stains · 08/30/2019
      Which product to stain with depends on where you live? How much you need depends on the age of the wood? Let dry for at least 48 hours before applying.
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        Phillip Burleigh · 08/30/2019
        Live in South Louisiana, age of wood is two years.
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          TWP Stains · 08/31/2019
          About 5-6 gallons for the two coats applied wet on wet. Use the TWP 100 Series.