TWP 100 Series Deck Stain - The Best Deck Stain

TWP 100 StainNeed Help or Advice when using TWP 100 Stain?

TWP 100 Series Total Wood Protectant (TWP) Wood Deck Stain protects and prolongs all exterior woods, decks, and fences. TWP Wood Deck Stains and Sealers is a distinctive mixture of chemicals blended together to form a professional strength formula that preserves exterior wood surfaces in numerous ways. 

TWP 100 Series Stain will perform at its maximum potential when the wood is properly prepped and when the stain is properly applied. Unfortunately not all wood is in the same condition prior to applying the stain.

 

Do you have any questions about using the TWP 100 Wood and Deck Stain?

Please answer these few questions to achieve the best possible results with your TWP 100 Wood and Decking Stain.

  1. info buttonAge of wood?
  2. Type of wood?
  3. Condition of the wood?
  4. Has it been stained previously and if so with what brand of stain?
  5. Small description of the area to be treated.

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    Randy McBride · 04/21/2021
    What is your best semi-transparent stain for a new deck and fence.?  Both are treated pine.
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    Scott · 04/13/2021
    Wondering if you have any pictures of decks stained with the CapeCod Gray?  We have a gray two story and brand new deck needing staining.  The Gray is a different option.
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    Mike Kowalczyk · 03/29/2021
    I rented a floor sander and have taken the deck down to bare wood what would you recommend if anything
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    Mark Weinmann · 03/29/2021
    can you apply a second coat after the first is dry?
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      TWP Stains · 03/29/2021
      It is not always suggested as it depends if the wood will take the stain. Do a test spot to see who it dries.
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    Mike · 03/26/2021
    What’s the difference between the 100 snd 200
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      TWP Stains · 03/27/2021
      The 200 is designed for shakes and shingles while the 100 is for all wood type.
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    Dennis · 03/22/2021
    Would the TWP 100, DARK OAK 103 technically have the highest UV rating since it appears to be the darkest color in the series?
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      TWP Stains · 03/23/2021
      No, the Dark Oak would not be any better than Rustic, Redwood, Cedartone, etc.
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    David · 03/09/2021
    Can I stain Cape Cod Grey over Cedartone
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    Deanna · 11/05/2020
    30 yr old Cedar siding previously stained with Cedartone Natural 100. Love the look of it, however, the southeast part of the house is much thirstier than the rest of the house because it sees more weather and sun. (Northeast Wisconsin). I notice some of the boards are in ill repair some curling a little bit and some cracked so should I coat that side of the house more frequently than the rest of the house and does it need the 2-step cleaner brightener each time I recoat?
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    Vicki · 11/05/2020
    26 year old deck. Pressure treated pine. Some parts in good condition-others kind of rough. Some boards replaced. Stained originally with pinofen. Has been pressure washed and sanded, mostly down to bare wood. Live in Texas. Around 1000 sq ft.
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      TWP Stains · 11/05/2020
      When were the new boards replaced? Send pictures.
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    Vicki · 11/05/2020
    Difference between 109 s as bd 1500?
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    Mike · 10/23/2020
    I used the stain and it looks great but it has been 24 hours and spots are still wet.
    Should I leave it alone and let it dry?
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    John · 09/28/2020
    How to wet on wet second coat?
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    Jim Gold · 09/17/2020
    I own a restoration company and have used TWP since the mid 90's. Today I've opened two single gallons of Pecan and they look and smell way different than hundreds of gallons of Pecan I've used. Did you guys change the formula? Smells like wet, decaying grass, (compost)and looks like a runny, chocolate milk. I'm very reluctant on using this on my clients deck atm.
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      TWP Stains · 09/17/2020
      No changes to the formula or performance. Make sure to mix it well. it may have settled.
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    Carl · 09/16/2020
    is there a warranty or guarantee with this product for decks and siding? we will actually be using on a log home. we have used it in the past many many years ago and not sure if its the right choice as we are needing to reseal
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    Deltad · 09/14/2020
    My husband likes Cedartone for refinishing our old red cedar gazebo. (I don’t want a red or orange appearance.) Is this a popular color? I like pecan. My question is if we go with Cedartone, could I change to pecan in a few years if we would like to try that color? Would that require more prep work? Thank you.
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      TWP Stains · 09/15/2020
      Cedartone is the most popular color. If you switch to Pecan at a later time it would be best to strip and brighten for prep.
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    Deltad · 09/14/2020
    30 yr old red cedar gazebo, last stained with a semi-opaque water based Flood stain about 8-10 years. Plan to use TWP 100 wood stain. Prep: Pressure washed, and now sanding off remaining stain with random orbital palm sander. I’m planning on ordering a 5 gallon of stain and Restore-a-deck prep. Do I need cleaner or Stripper? I live in SE Missouri. (I have never used 5 gallon can before). How do you pour from it?
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    Robin · 08/22/2020
    I don't understand which is better for a new pressure treated deck between 100 and 1500 series?

    Which lasts the longest before needing to be stripped? DOES it ever need to be stripped?
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    Debra Free · 08/20/2020
    Twp pro 100 series is it available in 1 gallon cans? I only see 100 series.
    i used the 100 series 12 months ago on new Cedar railings and the pressure treated pine deck floor needs staining. The railings are covered in mold and mildew so I want the most mildew resistant stain available.
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    Woody · 08/04/2020
    I have just pressure washed rough cut pressure treated pine 6” board fence that was installed November 2019. Is TWP 100 cape cod the best for gray semi-transparent. How many gallons for 1300 SF? Also 1 or 2 coats? Thanks
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      Woody · 08/04/2020
      Forget to post photo
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      TWP Stains · 08/04/2020
      Just one coat and about 5-7 gallons for Cape Cod Gray.
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    glen · 07/20/2020
    I am looking into pressure washing and staining a large boat pier & dock with TWP-100 Cedartone. The pier is (weathered) pressure treated pine and may have been treated with Thompson's water seal at some point. I would like to remove the weathered appearance, bringing back the new wood look and stain/preserve. Which products and methods do you recommend using to restore the like new look before staining with TWP100?