TWP 100 Series 5 Gallon

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AVAILABLE TWP 100 PRO SERIES COLORS:
100 CLEAR, 101 CEDARTONE, 102 REDWOOD, 103 DARK OAK, 105 CAPE COD GRAY, 106 PRAIRIE GRAY, 115 HONEYTONE, 116 RUSTIC, 120 PECAN

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TWP 100 Series Deck Stain Colors 1 GallonTWP 100 PRO Series Stain

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
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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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    Rich alexander · 07/05/2019
    What happens or should I do if it rains before the 48 hr recommended dry time?
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      TWP Stains · 07/06/2019
      It typically can take a rain 12-24 hours after application without issue.
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    Jill Johnson · 06/28/2019
    We will be staining our 450 sf tight knot cedar deck with TWP 103 Dark Oak this July after 11 months of weathering. We plan to clean and brighten with the Gemini RAD kit.

    -Is just one coat needed at this time, and if so, will 3 gallons (450/200 = 2.25) be sufficient to ensure we do not run out?

    We are currently building an additional 400 sf deck which will be ready to stain July 2020. At that time we plan to apply a maintenance coat on the 450 sf and the first coat on the 400 sf. We will clean and brighten the new 400 sf section.

    -Can/should we use the Gemini cleaner on the 450 sf receiving the 1-year maintenance coat?
    -Will just one coat be necessary for the 450 sf maintenance coat?
    -Provided just one coat is needed on both sections, will 5 gallons (850/200 = 4.25) be sufficient to ensure we do not run out?
    -Is there a time limit on the stain sample $15 rebate? I purchased 3 TWP samples in August 2018 and plan to use it to purchase the 5 gallons in summer of 2020.

    Thanks for your help!
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      TWP Stains · 06/29/2019
      3 gallons should be enough for 1 coat and 450 sq feet. Use the Gemini Kit for maintenance coats. 5-gallons may not cover 850 sq feet. No time limit on sample rebates.
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        Jill Johnson · 07/01/2019
        Thanks again! We'll probably get 6 gallons next year just to be safe.
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          Jill Johnson · 08/01/2019
          Update: I finished prepping and staining the first 410 sf (450 was a miscalculation). I am very pleased with the results and have attached before, during and after pictures. I followed these steps:

          - Used Gemini cleaner and brightener to remove dirt and gray oxidization with pressure washer – there was a lot of gray so it took an evening and morning (deck remained wet overnight)
          - Waited 53 hours over two sunny days in the 70’s/80’s (humidity a bit high in the 70’s/80’s as well)
          - Used stain pad on 3-4 boards at a time, then took a towel and wiped down each board to make sure there was no pooling
          - Stored the remaining stain from 5 gallon container into empty 1 gallon paint canisters and had 3.5 gallons leftover…

          I’m wondering since I only used 1.5 gallons of stain, less than expected assuming 200 sf/gallon, is there a chance I “under-applied” even though I followed the above steps? I was planning to apply a maintenance coat next summer – would there be any benefit to applying it before then since we have very wet, dark winters (we're in Western WA). The new stain container was VERY full when we received it so could it possibly have contained more than 5 gallons?
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    Bill · 06/24/2019
    I am needing to restain my deck, and wondering if I need to strip away the old stain, or if I can just clean and brighten. I used your 100 Series Pecan color back in 2016. There are some areas that look like it has worn away, and other areas that just look dirty. Attaching a couple of pictures. My posts and vertical surfaces still look good compared to flat areas. Do I need to redo those as well?
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    Anne Wood · 06/23/2019
    We are building a wood deck using pressure treated hemlock fir I believe. I'm reading that I should not use a solid paint sealant because it will not bond to the wood, is that correct? If so, what are my options for this color of wood? I don't want a dark deck, so would the ceder or pecan work?
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      TWP Stains · 06/23/2019
      Cedar or Pecan would work. TWP is a penetrating semi-transparent wood stain.
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    Russ · 06/17/2019
    i bought a couple 5 gal. containers of your TWP 1500 series honeytone (1515) in mid 2016. They are unopened and have remained in their original shipping boxes in my basement till now (temp. range in basement is from around 45-70 deg. F). Are these still usable? Thanks much.
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      TWP Stains · 06/17/2019
      Yes, they should be fine. Just mix well first and make sure it mixes 100% fluid.
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    Lisa Wheatley · 06/12/2019
    how do I check the status of my order?
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      TWP Stains · 06/12/2019
      On your order email is a link.
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    Brad · 06/10/2019
    sanding down a deck that previously had a pine-tar solution on it. Once sanded down to bare wood, do I still need to use a brightener?
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    James · 05/30/2019
    Can you use 200 series on decks also?
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    Kerry Whorton · 05/25/2019
    Hello,
    I just got a new treated picket fence installed. What series product with UV blocker in the Texas heat do u recommend. And how long before I can spray it on the new fence? Also, how many years is it good for?
    Thanks
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    Chip · 05/11/2019
    Do you have a clear in the 100? I’m not a fan of any color, I just want the natural look.
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      TWP Stains · 05/11/2019
      Yes, it is a color option in the dropdown choices.
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        Chip · 05/11/2019
        Does the 200 clear have the uv protection?
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          TWP Stains · 05/11/2019
          The Clear in the 200 Series is slightly tinted so it does have some UV protection.
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    Cindy Ferree · 05/09/2019
    Hello, I have stained my deck twice with your 100 series dark oak (103) color. I'd prefer to go with a lighter color, but am not sure if this is possible without totally sanding it down, which I'm not willing to do due to the age of the wood and not wanting to damage it. If I were to stain over the dark oak color with one of your semi-solid colors such as cape code gray or prairie gray, would they cover it and be true to color, or would it end up being a strange looking color with the dark oak showing through, since it's such a dark color? If they would cover it, would you recommend one of those colors over the other, for coverage over the dark oak?
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      TWP Stains · 05/09/2019
      No. You will have to strip off the Dark Oak when switching colors. You cannot cover it with the grays. Use this: https://www.twpstain.com/restore-a-deck-stripper-brightener-kit-detail
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        Cindy Ferree · 05/09/2019
        Ok so applying the stripper through a pressure washer one time will totally remove it? No need for sanding? What does the brightener do? Do I need that?
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          TWP Stains · 05/09/2019
          Do not apply it through a pressure washer. Pump spray it on and then pressure wash off. You must brighten to neutralize the stripper.
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    Shawn Curry · 04/30/2019
    I stained my deck with Minwax stain not realizing that it was not for outdoor use. Could I use this after applying that? We love the color now but know that the wood isn’t protected. Please help
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      TWP Stains · 04/30/2019
      Sorry but no, you cannot apply the TWP over the Minwax. You should sand that off first.
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    Lisa Woodson · 04/24/2019
    Hi i posted these pics because we recently bought this cabin and it needs stain pretty bad, mostly on the decks. Do you think the “pine” 100 or 1500 would be okay over this color? My contractor is wanting a dark enough color to go over it instead of stripping. The dark oak color seems pretty dark, so I’m not sure about that color.
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      TWP Stains · 04/24/2019
      You cannot apply TWP over a different brand of stain. The current coating will need to be removed first.
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    Tom · 03/22/2019
    Hello,

    Can you tell me the results to be expected from using the clear 100 stain?
    We are fine with the graying of our cedar porch, but want to make sure it is protected.

    Would a colored stain provide a benefit over clear?

    For maintenance for clear, is RAD still needed every 2 years?
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      TWP Stains · 03/22/2019
      Clear will seal but the wood will gray naturally. If you want to prevent UV graying, use a tinted color.
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        Tom · 03/22/2019
        Thanks for the quick reply.

        I could not find any photos to compare how clear on cedar looks compared to unfinished cedar. Are there any on this site?

        If we want to keep the graying, can we prep without using the brightener for reapplications?
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          TWP Stains · 03/23/2019
          The clear has no color so there is nothing to show with a photo. Just clean and reapply down the road. Very easy.
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    Olga · 11/01/2018
    Hi, our new deck was stained with TWP 101 Cedartone 3 years ago with one coat. This year we extended it and have one part stained and one part is a brand new wood. After 4 month waiting It was washed and stained with Ready Seal Natural Cedar color 4 days ago. It looks totally different and like a mess (pictures attached). Will it help if it is stain with TWP 101 as second coat to make it similar color? right now, an old part and a new part of the deck looks totally different. What is the right solution to fix it?
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      TWP Stains · 11/01/2018
      You will need to remove the RS to fix this. Good news is that it is not that hard with this kit:
      https://www.twpstain.com/restore-a-deck-stripper-brightener-kit-detail
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        Olga · 11/02/2018
        Thanks for the response. If we remove and brighter both parts (new and old), seal again with TWP 101, will it be even after? Does a new wood and an old wood look the same after sealing?
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          TWP Stains · 11/02/2018
          New wood cannot match old wood when first applied. The new wood is less absorbent so will be lighter in color. It will be close but not exactly the same.
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    Ouzel1947 · 10/22/2018
    I have a 6 year old tiger wood deck that has been sanded, RAD treated and stained every other year with your TWP 100 redwood stain. Kinda tired of the intense red color. What is the best way to re-coat with a lighter (think Honey tone) stain?. This Honey tone stain works GREAT on my front mahogany deck and I would like to simplify my life.
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    Brian · 09/21/2018
    Hi. Is the listed coverage of 100-200 sq ft per gallon based on the "wet on wet" (which is considered two coats) application method or just based on a single coat? Thanks!
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      TWP Stains · 09/22/2018
      Single coat. You will average about 100-125 sq feet per gallon for the two coats.
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    brian · 09/20/2018
    has anyone applied to exterior wood furniture? specifically acacia, but will likely have other species of wood furniture in the future as well.
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      TWP Stains · 09/20/2018
      You can apply to wood furniture as long as the wood is free from previous coatings. Just one coat.
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        brian · 09/21/2018
        Thanks for the response. Planning on using leftovers from the porch to stain the furniture.
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    RYAN S SWENDSEN · 09/19/2018
    For a new deck, how many coats should you apply?
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    ryan swendsen · 09/19/2018
    is the TWP 100 a sealer as well as a stain?