TWP 100 Series Deck Stain - The Best Deck Stain

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

Total Wood Preservative (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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    TWP Stains · 10/07/2014
    Scott Hutchins:
    Hi,

    I put TWP 100 on my redwood deck 2 winters ago. It has started to fade and does not repel water any more. I do not want to strip or sand the deck. I am looking for something I can just clean the deck off and reapply every few years. What options do I have for re-coating it? Thanks in advance.

    Scott

    Prep for recoating with the Gemini Restore Kit then restain with the same 100 Series.
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    Scott Hutchins · 10/06/2014
    Hi,

    I put TWP 100 on my redwood deck 2 winters ago. It has started to fade and does not repel water any more. I do not want to strip or sand the deck. I am looking for something I can just clean the deck off and reapply every few years. What options do I have for re-coating it? Thanks in advance.

    Scott
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    TWP Stains · 10/06/2014
    Lana Reed:
    My home was built in 1999 and has cedar on the outside. TWP was applied when new and again about four years later, then about five years later the painter used another type of stain, not TWP. The house needs the cedar done again and I would like to go back to the TWP product, what should I have done prior to doing the TWP stain this time. House is in southern Oklahoma. What type of weather is the best. After using the wrong type of stain the wood was darker. Help

    At this point you need to remove the old coatings. This can be done by stripping and possibly the need to corn cob blasting. Removal procedures varies on what the other brand was and the current condition. Feel free to reply to the email you will get with a picture of your home for additional help.
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    Lana Reed · 10/06/2014
    My home was built in 1999 and has cedar on the outside. TWP was applied when new and again about four years later, then about five years later the painter used another type of stain, not TWP. The house needs the cedar done again and I would like to go back to the TWP product, what should I have done prior to doing the TWP stain this time. House is in southern Oklahoma. What type of weather is the best. After using the wrong type of stain the wood was darker. Help
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    TWP Stains · 10/06/2014
    Will V.:
    My cedar deck (36' x 18') is scheduled to be finished by the end of 3rd week in October.
    1. When is the best time for me to stain it?
    2. Where to purchase TWP 101 Stain in Canada?
    Thanks,

    Sorry but TWP is not allowed in Canada.
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    Will V. · 10/06/2014
    My cedar deck (36' x 18') is scheduled to be finished by the end of 3rd week in October.
    1. When is the best time for me to stain it?
    2. Where to purchase TWP 101 Stain in Canada?
    Thanks,
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    TWP Stains · 10/02/2014
    john salisbury:
    cedar siding 20 yr old first coated with Mautz oil then S. Williams 702 VOC last 6 years ago. Some darkening due t mildew.Q: after clean and stripI intend on TWP 100. In 4 years can I just clean and reapply without strip? If WI changes law, can 1500 go over 100 series TWP? Is TWP 100% oil volatile or combo of acrylic and oil ? How much of TWP is comprised of organic/vegetable oil?
    Thanks for your help.
    Regards,
    John

    TWP is oil based with no acrylic. You can clean and reapply it as needed. If you switch to the 1500 later on that is okay as well. No vegetable oil.
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    john salisbury · 10/01/2014
    cedar siding 20 yr old first coated with Mautz oil then S. Williams 702 VOC last 6 years ago. Some darkening due t mildew.Q: after clean and stripI intend on TWP 100. In 4 years can I just clean and reapply without strip? If WI changes law, can 1500 go over 100 series TWP? Is TWP 100% oil volatile or combo of acrylic and oil ? How much of TWP is comprised of organic/vegetable oil?
    Thanks for your help.
    Regards,
    John
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    TWP Stains · 10/01/2014
    Craig Farniok:
    I just installed dogeared cedar fence pickets on pressure treated posts and rails. All wood (even cedar) was wet to the point of oozing moisture when driving screws. How long should I wait to apply twp100? If I wait until next spring, would it be less effective?
    St Louis area

    If this wet you should wait until Spring. No harm or less effective.
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    Craig Farniok · 09/30/2014
    I just installed dogeared cedar fence pickets on pressure treated posts and rails. All wood (even cedar) was wet to the point of oozing moisture when driving screws. How long should I wait to apply twp100? If I wait until next spring, would it be less effective?
    St Louis area
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    TWP Stains · 09/30/2014
    Damien:
    I just had a pergola/gazebo built in my backyard with pressure treated pine about 4 weeks ago.
    I have a couple questions:
    1)Do I need to let the wood "cure"
    2)the 6x6 posts are darker in color than the 2x6's at the top so would I need a solid color stain to make it all match?
    3)Do you sell solid stains?
    4)Do you have a larger example of your colors than the small squares on the web page?
    5)What do you recommend the twp100 or 1500?

    Thanks, Damien

    We do not sell solid stains, only semi-transparent colors. Please read this about new wood: http://www.twpstainhelp.com/prepping-new-wood-for-twp-stains/
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    Damien · 09/30/2014
    I just had a pergola/gazebo built in my backyard with pressure treated pine about 4 weeks ago.
    I have a couple questions:
    1)Do I need to let the wood "cure"
    2)the 6x6 posts are darker in color than the 2x6's at the top so would I need a solid color stain to make it all match?
    3)Do you sell solid stains?
    4)Do you have a larger example of your colors than the small squares on the web page?
    5)What do you recommend the twp100 or 1500?

    Thanks, Damien
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    TWP Stains · 09/29/2014
    Ray Janisse:
    I have used your product for years, specifically TWP 106 - Prairie Gray and cannot seem to locate it anywhere. Do you have any advice?

    You can order from our website and have it delivered.
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    Ray Janisse · 09/29/2014
    I have used your product for years, specifically TWP 106 - Prairie Gray and cannot seem to locate it anywhere. Do you have any advice?
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    TWP Stains · 09/28/2014
    William Farrell:
    I have a 23 year old PT deck that has been stained numerous times with Sherwin Williams and Cabot grey solid and semisolid stain. It is on the back of the house in morning sun in MA.The wood is in good condition, I have had to take a thin kerf saw to increase the spaces between some boards as they have swollen and closed the gaps. I would like to clean it and put the appropriate TWP product on it. It is connected to a screen porch which has the same stain-currently solid- which needs only a touch up.

    I am sorry but you cannot use TWP over these products. You would have to remove them first completely by sanding them off.
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    William Farrell · 09/28/2014
    I have a 23 year old PT deck that has been stained numerous times with Sherwin Williams and Cabot grey solid and semisolid stain. It is on the back of the house in morning sun in MA.The wood is in good condition, I have had to take a thin kerf saw to increase the spaces between some boards as they have swollen and closed the gaps. I would like to clean it and put the appropriate TWP product on it. It is connected to a screen porch which has the same stain-currently solid- which needs only a touch up.
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    TWP Stains · 09/25/2014
    G. NIKITEAS:
    I AM HAVEING A NEW CEDAR DECK INSTALLED. WHICH ONE OF YOUR PRODUCTS DO YOU RECOMMEND AND HOW SHOULD IT BE APPLIED?

    Please read: http://www.twpstainhelp.com/prepping-new-wood-for-twp-stains/
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    TWP Stains · 09/25/2014
    Ed Slacum:
    Just installed 400 foot redwood cedar deck. Off course is was dried from the mill. Installation was complete 2 weeks ago. It gets a lot of sun. What product is best, and should I sand first (60 grit?).

    Ed, please read this article about new wood: http://www.twpstainhelp.com/prepping-new-wood-for-twp-stains/
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    Ed Slacum · 09/24/2014
    Just installed 400 foot redwood cedar deck. Off course is was dried from the mill. Installation was complete 2 weeks ago. It gets a lot of sun. What product is best, and should I sand first (60 grit?).
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    G. NIKITEAS · 09/24/2014
    I AM HAVEING A NEW CEDAR DECK INSTALLED. WHICH ONE OF YOUR PRODUCTS DO YOU RECOMMEND AND HOW SHOULD IT BE APPLIED?