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    Monica · 09/06/2020
    Do you sell sample sizes so that we can decide on color?
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    Laura Browning · 08/10/2020
    Can I use TWP 100 series on a cedar glider?
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    Dana V · 07/17/2020
    I need to seal and stain my new deck that was completed 4 months ago. I gets a lot of sun beating down on it. I have noticed I have lots of cracks showing up in it. I did the test for moisture by dropping a few drops of water on it and it did not bead up, it was quickly absorbed by the treated wood. I looking at your products to use and they have great reviews and ranked very high.
    What I need to know is, do I have to seal it first (if so, with what?) or do you have a all in one product that would seal and stain at same time? TIA
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    Troy price · 07/08/2020
    What is the difference between 100 series and 1500 series
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    Will · 06/23/2020
    I stained my wraparound deck with TWP 100 2-1/2 years ago. The front of the deck is shady and has not faded as much as the sides. I have prepped (cleaned) the deck. The front was much easier to clean and only needs some refreshing. Can I thin the TWP 100 with mineral spirits before applying it to the front of the deck and if so, what is a good ratio?
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    Renee · 06/02/2020
    What percentage of humidity is acceptable for applying stain?
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    Renee · 06/01/2020
    How long must I wait after using RAD cleaner/Brightener to stain my deck with 100 series? Is humidity as issue when staining?
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    Ken · 05/15/2020
    I have a deck that I've treated with One Time Wood since I built it. Didn't know about your products then. Wish I had. If I want to start using the 100 or 1500 now, what can I do?
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    Alice · 05/01/2020
    How little no does it need to dry before getting wet or rained on?
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    Gary Madsen · 04/23/2020
    How can I get a color sample of pecan that can be attached to a email?
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      TWP Stains · 04/23/2020
      If you are looking for the brochure above, just right click and download the image. You can then attach that to an email
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    SarahWalz · 12/22/2019
    We need to stain a new porch ceiling and the wood isn't pressure treated. We live in Florida so lots of humidity ,thinking to use twp100. Is this the best product to use and can we do it right away since the wood hasn't been pressure treated?
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    David Woodard · 11/30/2019
    Addendum to post on removing excessive stain.
    I am using TWP100 and may have applied too much?
    Its 76 degrees in Florida outside and after two hours it still appears oily. We put a second coat on approx 1 hour after first coat. If we need to remove some stain what is the procedure? Thanks in advance...
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      TWP Stains · 12/01/2019
      It looks fine and it has only been two hours. Just let it cure and dry for a couple of days.
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    Woody · 11/30/2019
    How to remove excess stain
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    Jeff in Missouri · 10/30/2019
    purchased a 25 yr old home with cypress siding all the way around. Looks like it was stained (semi transparent) many years ago. Now it is time to do it again. Would the TWP1500 series be a good choice? And any special prep work necessary since I don't know specifically what was used before?
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    Amanda · 08/23/2019
    If so, can I purchase enough colorant to tone a 1 gallon of redwood? I would like to mix that into my 5 gallon of cedar.
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      TWP Stains · 08/24/2019
      You cannot add colorant into the TWP but you can mix colors together of the same series.
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        Amanda · 08/24/2019
        Thanks for getting back to me. The 5 gallon bucket that I have is 40-4001 Cedar. I have one gallon of 40-5003 Redwood. Are these mixable?
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          TWP Stains · 08/24/2019
          Not sure what those are and no, they are not the same so cannot be mixed.
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            Amanda · 08/24/2019
            Can you tell me what product line of Redwood color I would be able to mix with the large 5 gallon (+1)that I have?
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    Amanda · 08/23/2019
    I have a 5 gallon can of cedarwood tone stain but I need it to be closer to the redwood tone. Can colorant be added to get closer to this color? It doesn't have to be an exact match, just redder. Thanks!
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    PaTricia P. Strong · 07/15/2019
    I would like to stain a grape arbor. Grapes that will be consumed will grow on the arbor. Is it ok to use the 100 series? Thanks!
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    Vicki · 07/02/2019
    I have a new deck- that I put in last fall, ready to stain now. I also have a hot tub built into the deck so deck gets wet from hot tub water when getting out. What is the best stain to use for this? I was thinking about using the 100 series, but would the 1500 series be a better option?
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    Larry · 06/20/2019
    I have rough sawn cedar siding. Very worn. I've wire brushed most of the previous coatings off. If I stain with 103 or 1504 what prep is required if I need to stain again in two of three years?
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      TWP Stains · 06/20/2019
      Clean and recoat as needed. Siding should last 3-5 years.
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    Anna · 05/30/2019
    We have a 4 year old deck that has never been stained. Live in Tennessee can we use TWP 100 or TWP 1500. What is the difference.