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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    Mary Beth Lindsay · 06/02/2017
    3 years old
    Pressure treated pine
    Good
    Yes, TWP
    We have cleaned the deck, but there is still remnants of the previous application. Since we are using the same color, are we okay to go?
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    TWP Stains · 06/01/2017
    Daunelle Hughes:
    We have a 10 year old deck made of pressure treated lumber. We live in Iowa so our winters are brutal and summers are scorching. Deck is 1,000 sq ft and sunny 90% of the day and southern facing. We have no pets and one teenager so the traffic area is primarily from the patio sliding door to the grill. The wood is in decent shape (very mild warping, some splits) because we have to clean and restain every year. Should 100 or 200 or 1500 be used in our case? I would be thrilled if we only had to restain every 3 years.

    Prep well and use the TWP 100 Series. Apply two coats wet on wet. 2 years is normal maybe 3.
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    Daunelle Hughes · 06/01/2017
    We have a 10 year old deck made of pressure treated lumber. We live in Iowa so our winters are brutal and summers are scorching. Deck is 1,000 sq ft and sunny 90% of the day and southern facing. We have no pets and one teenager so the traffic area is primarily from the patio sliding door to the grill. The wood is in decent shape (very mild warping, some splits) because we have to clean and restain every year. Should 100 or 200 or 1500 be used in our case? I would be thrilled if we only had to restain every 3 years.
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    TWP Stains · 05/30/2017
    Kevin Gilfoyle:
    Can I use TWP 100 to go over or cover Restore X2?

    No. Nothing can go over the Restore 2x by Rustoleum.
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    Kevin Gilfoyle · 05/30/2017
    Can I use TWP 100 to go over or cover Restore X2?
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    TWP Stains · 05/22/2017
    Barry Woodworth:
    Looking to buy Twp-315 qd light cedar stain? Can't seem to find! Or is there one close to this?

    I am sorry but we do not offer the 300 Series and the 100 is not the same.
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    Barry Woodworth · 05/21/2017
    Looking to buy Twp-315 qd light cedar stain? Can't seem to find! Or is there one close to this?
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    TWP Stains · 05/16/2017
    Don Norris:
    1. Approximately 18 months old
    2. Treated yellow pine
    3. Clean and cured; deck was built September 2016
    4. No previous stain
    5. Large deck, railings, and two sets of steps

    I am considering using TWP 100; what is your recommendation?

    Where are you located? The 100 Series should work well as long as it is allowed in your state. Apply two coats "wet on wet".
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    Don Norris · 05/16/2017
    1. Approximately 18 months old
    2. Treated yellow pine
    3. Clean and cured; deck was built September 2016
    4. No previous stain
    5. Large deck, railings, and two sets of steps

    I am considering using TWP 100; what is your recommendation?
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    TWP Stains · 05/15/2017
    Jason Odegaard:
    4 year old cedar deck. Was coated with twp 100 series 3 years ago and is needing redone. I have pressure washed the deck and it looks pretty good. Do I have to use a brightener or can I just reapply twp? When applying twp would you recommend one coat or two?

    Clean and brighten for prep with Gemini Restore A Deck Kit. Apply 2 light coats with wet on wet application.
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    Jason Odegaard · 05/15/2017
    4 year old cedar deck. Was coated with twp 100 series 3 years ago and is needing redone. I have pressure washed the deck and it looks pretty good. Do I have to use brightener or can I just reapply twp? When applying twp would you recommend one coat or two?
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    TWP Stains · 05/01/2017
    Robert Bateman:
    Is TWP 100 allowed to be shipped to Illinois in area code 60464 (Cook County)

    It is not allowed in IL.
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    Robert Bateman · 05/01/2017
    Is TWP 100 allowed to be shipped to Illinois in area code 60464 (Cook County)
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    TWP Stains · 04/20/2017
    Mark Gwin:
    What is the difference between the 100 and the 1500 series? Is all TWP semitransparent stain oil based?

    All TWP that we offer are oil based semi-transparent. See this for more info:
    https://www.twpstain.com/difference-between-twp-100-and-1500-series
    and
    https://www.twpstain.com/twp-stain-comparison-reviews-ratings
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    Mark Gwin · 04/20/2017
    What is the difference between the 100 and the 1500 series? Is all TWP semitransparent stain oil based?
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    TWP Stains · 04/10/2017
    Mike H.:
    Stained my pressure treated deck last summer with TWP 100 cedar tone. We really don't care for the color and would like to apply a second coat of a darker color. Is that possible? Or do I need to stick with the cedar tone color. What should I do to prep the deck for the second coat? Last summer I used your cleaner, brightner and I sanded it.

    HI Mike, you should be able to go darker in color as long as you prep first with the Gemini Restore Kit and pressure washing.
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    Mike H. · 04/10/2017
    Stained my pressure treated deck last summer with TWP 100 cedar tone. We really don't care for the color and would like to apply a second coat of a darker color. Is that possible? Or do I need to stick with the cedar tone color. What should I do to prep the deck for the second coat? Last summer I used your cleaner, brightner and I sanded it.
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    TWP Stains · 03/06/2017
    Mike m:
    Stained my deck last fall, and it looked a little blotchy. In early March, now, there is not the luster that I envisioned, and the water on the deck is pooling not beading.

    What can or should I do?

    Mike

    TWP is not supposed to have a shine as it is a penetrating stain, not filming. It also is a breathable coating so it is not going to bead water but "shed" water. Since it was a little blotchy last year, we would suggest a very light cleaning to remove any dirt. Apply a very light coat of the TWP. This should even out the appearance and give the deck an enhanced the overall appearance as well.
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    Mike m · 03/05/2017
    Stained my deck last fall, and it looked a little blotchy. In early March, now, there is not the luster that I envisioned, and the water on the deck is pooling not beading.

    What can or should I do?

    Mike
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    TWP Stains · 03/05/2017
    Kevincoyle:
    I stained my deck about a year ago it worked great. Recently I noticed a burn mark on one of the boards... I preceeded to sand the burn mark out... When I tried resanding the stain would not take now the board does not match. Is there anything I can do? Should I have waited longer after I sanded to reapply stain?

    When you sand the wood is reduces the TWP's ability to soak in. This could result in a lighter color and possibly some filming of the stain on top of the wood instead of soaking into the wood. Not much you can do about it besides letting it weather after the sanding for a few months.