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.

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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?
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    David brubaker · 06/12/2022
    Replacing deck and rails and have cleaned and power washed frame and step stringers which are solid. Would like to put semi transparent stain/protector on it to help protect and make it look a bit newer and more even looking. Considering correct product and best color to look best with new wood once it cures in the sun for a while. Can you help? 

    East side of house with no shade.

    David
    Stuarts Draft, Va. 24477
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    Lynnette · 06/02/2022
    I have a 5 year old deck that needs to be revealed. 3 years ago we used twp 101 cedartone. Now I see 100 series and 1500 series.  Which one is the better product to use and lasts longest? Thank you 
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      TWP Stains · 06/03/2022
      They last the same. Use the same as prior.
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    Mark · 05/30/2022
    What is the difference between two 100 and two 1500 and two 200?
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      TWP Stains · 05/31/2022
      VOC contact and certain regulations for states between the wood and 1500. Really depends on where you live as to which to use.
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    Mike · 05/21/2022
    I stained a large new deck here in NC mountains with TWP 100. Came out great. There is a section that is shaded that has mildewed on the horizontal surfaces. What should I use to clean it?  Thanks 
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      TWP Stains · 05/21/2022
      Try a product called "Wet and Forget".
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    Chad · 05/17/2022
    12-15 yr old deck on house in Va, stripping, cleaning and brightening got that.  This deck gets minimal to average sunlight, I would say could be more likely to mold then to have excessive UV issue.  Semi solid or 100 series.
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      TWP Stains · 05/17/2022
      Where in VA? Certain areas do not allow the semi-solid or 100 Series.
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    Ryan · 05/14/2022
    New wood----12 months old....never stained.....live in Michigan14x12 deck plus stairsWhat to use twp 100 or 1500 and how to prep?
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    Gary · 05/07/2022
    TWP 103 Dark Oak on older treated pine deck, previously stained with this product 5 years ago, now second time, finish is glossy in spots.(Do not care for the gloss) I did clean deck with Oxiclean/ vinegar and TSP and corrected PH with Oxalic acid, rinsed well and dried for 48 hours before application. How to deal with the gloss and eradicate?
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      TWP Stains · 05/07/2022
      Prep was incorrect and/or the stain was over applied, resulting in shiny spots. See here for tips: https://twpstainhelp.com/twp-stain-is-spotty-or-shiny/
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        Gary · 05/17/2022
        Update on my original post. In retrospect, I can tell you that the prep was done just fine. I haved been building and staining decks for over 30 years, does not make me an expert, far from that, but I have used various stains, oil and waterbased. TWP is by far the best that I have used. My problem with this section of deck, was that it was in full sun in South Texas and I was trying to get the work done before it got too hot. The ambient temp for that day was 93 and the stain was drying before we could wipe up the excess, so too much stain did go down. It was applied with rollers and brushes, necessary to fill in the cracks in the pressure treated pine wood, as the deck has taking a beating from the sun for over five years since the first staining. What I have now found out, two weeks after the job was finished, is that with time, the stains gloss is slowly going away due to the blazing sun and the deck is looking better every day. Sometimes, waiting, and letting Mother Nature do her thing, can be the best solution.
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          TWP Stains · 05/17/2022
          Just an FYI, TWP is a fully penetrating stain. It is not designed to fill in cracks or dry on top of the wood, but in the wood fully.

          Glad it is looking better!
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    Janet Christenson · 04/27/2022
    New built treated lumber deck in Missouri, with lots of afternoon sun. TWP 100 series or the 1500 series?
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    Jack Mitchell · 04/25/2022
    Is there a finish coat for after staining?
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      TWP Stains · 04/25/2022
      No, and you cannot ever topcoat TWP with a sealer or coating, it would peel.
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    Larry T. Flesher · 04/11/2022
    Want to get 5gal TWP101 cedar tone delivered
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    Brad Olhava · 03/29/2022
    Cedar decking and Douglass fir railings and pickets. 3yrs old in great condition. Has bean treated with Cabot 2101 clear and it does not repel water. Deck is 12’x22’.
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    Mike Roehl · 03/21/2022
    We have used TWP 101 cedar tone on our cedar deck for years. This year my wife got a gallon of the 1501 cedar tone I’m wondering if they are the same other then the VOC and can they be used together?
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      TWP Stains · 03/21/2022
      No, they are not the same and not the same color. You can use it but you will need to strip off the 101 first.
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    Keith · 03/18/2022
    Is the TWP 120-1 available in any stores in Tyler Texas?
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      TWP Stains · 03/19/2022
      We sell online only as a TWP dealer.
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    Charles · 03/01/2022
    My deck is one year old and I’m going to stain. Does it need any prep work before applying and do you use the 100 series or 1500 series and how many coats do you recommend? 
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    Leslie · 01/05/2022
    I’m having a house built with cedar headers above the windows in Kansas City, MO.  The cedar will be in full sun for most of the day.   Would it be best to get 100 or 200?  Thanks!
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    MTS · 10/02/2021
    I power washed the deck 3 times in 3 days, then removed and sanded the boards on all sides. about 70% of the boards I turned over and used that side for the surface. Most of the screws were not coated and were rusted badly. After removing all the screws I drilled out the holes and filled them with Elmer's wood filler.  I plan to coat 3 sides with a semi transparent stain. After that I will attach the boards to the deck. which series do you think I should use. I don't want to have to stain every year.
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      TWP Stains · 10/02/2021
      You should not have used wood filler. It will fail and will not “stain” to blend. Only stain the exposed sides. Which series to use depends on where you live?
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    Buzz Jelinek · 09/29/2021
    Should I apply a water sealant after I apply TWP 100 Series stain to my porch floor?
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      Jim Gold · 09/29/2021
      It's a sealer and stain
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      TWP Stains · 09/29/2021
      No, you can never top coat over the TWP.
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    PK · 09/28/2021
    After applying the RAD Stripper and brighner and washing away (I power washed after applying stripper and rinsed after applying brihtner), I see residues on the wood while drying. What should I be doing before applying the stain?
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      TWP Stains · 09/28/2021
      Post a picture.
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        PK · 09/28/2021
        See the photos. Do I have to Powerwash again?
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          TWP Stains · 09/28/2021
          That is oxidation. It typically does not show when stained but you can lightly sand it if you want.
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            PK · 09/29/2021
            Did you mean 'it does not show up when stained' or 'it does show when stained'? I did some sanding with a rotary sander, but, it did not take it away much since the wood itself is not very flat. Appreciate your answer.
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    FunnyMoose · 09/27/2021
    Can you provide me with a SDS for the TWP 100 and 1500?, And what is the difference in the Base oil used are they both the same base oil whit 1500 being less oil to reduce the VOC?
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    FunnyMoose · 09/27/2021
    What is the Base of your VOC that allows you to change it between your 100 series and the 1500 series ? Thanks
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      TWP Stains · 09/27/2021
      Bases do not make VOCs, how much evaporates into the ozone does. Both are oil-based.