TWP 101 Cedartone Natural

TWP 101 cedartone naturalTWP 101 Cedartone Natural is by far the most popular of the 100 color choices accounting for 60-70% of the sales. The 101 is a traditional Cedar color. It highlights the natural grain of your wood with Caramel/Golden tones.

 

TWP 100 Series comes in 9 different color choices, 8 of which are semi-transparent. TWP penetrates into the wood grain while "enhancing" the natural color tones of your wood. TWP 101 is an EPA registered wood and deck stain and preservative. Containing unique ingredients which protect wood from damage, TWP 101 stain color has been a leader and respected product for over 25 years.

Final TWP 101 Cedartone color will vary based on:

  • Type of Wood
  • Age of Wood
  • Prepping of Wood
  • Application method

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    S. Moss · 05/08/2020
    I have all rough sawn cedar porches. The wood has cured for several months now. I have areas that are greying due to direct sun exposure. I would like to restore the grey areas back to their natural finish then coat all the cedar with a low lustre product. I didn't want to alter the natural color but everything I read says that a clear coat will not protect as well from greying. Your cedartone 101 looks really yellow/orange in a lot of the reviews. I prefer the red and browns that are in my wood right now. I do like how the grain and knots appear darker after they are wet from rain. What's my best option to maintain the current color without having to recoat every year. I have lots of exposed wood. I've tried a semitransparent on a scrap piece and my wood is so rough that it was blotchy because of the fir on my cedar. Please advise! Thank you!
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      TWP Stains · 05/08/2020
      Honeytone 115 is the closest color to a "wet" look. Look at that.
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        S. Moss · 05/08/2020
        Thank you. The honeytone looks really yellow and orange which I don't want...do you offer small samples?
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            S. Moss · 05/08/2020
            Thank you. I ordered a couple of samples. I'm now wondering if after doing more research if the 1500 series is better for my situation? What's the major difference in the 100 and 1500?
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              TWP Stains · 05/08/2020
              1500 is not better. The difference is VOC laws based on your state. They both work about the same for what you have.
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    Tom · 04/22/2020
    I recently purchased a 5G drum of TWP CDRTONE 101. It appears I may not quite have enough to finish my project. Another gallon will likely suffice. Is this available in a 1G size?. If available please send info as to availability in my area or price and shipping options. Thanks so much. I live in the 63366 zip code
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    Bdegrand · 04/11/2020
    What is the difference between semi transparent TWP 101 Cedartone and transparent TWP 1501 Cedartone!?
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    Tom Redmond · 08/10/2019
    How soon is cedartone rain fast
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    Amy Stark · 05/26/2019
    Do I need to take off the old stain with something such as a strong power wash setting before reapplying a new coat? Also do I need to have anything applied over the stain or will the stain protect the wood as well?
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      TWP Stains · 05/27/2019
      If you have a different brand of stain on the wood, that will need to come off first. TWP does not need to be top coated.
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        Amy Stark · 05/27/2019
        According to prior owner this is the same brand and color last used 3 years ago, should be fine to go over the deck without taking off old stain, just may need a few coats for similar look in the heavily weathered sections... that sound accurate?
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    L Stieber · 05/19/2019
    what is the shelf life of left over stain?
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    Bo Nelson · 05/13/2019
    Have used your 101 on my cedar house for 25 years. Re coat approximately every 4 years.Love it. I have about 2 gallons left over in a bucket and am trying mix it, but is the consistency of cottage cheese. About 3 years old, never had this problem before. Is this a new formula or what?
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    Tony · 07/29/2018
    Where can I purchase twp101 in Ontario?
    what is used for clean up of brushes ?
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    Dave · 06/22/2018
    Twp 101 deck on Port Orford Cedar. Single coat after weathering 3 months. Had to Lightly sand with 60 grit after using cleaner, then repeated cleaner, followed by brightener. Was planning on wet on wet application but just did one coat and then wiped with rag since the stain didn't appear to be absorbing completely.
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    Steve Temple · 05/22/2018
    I was given your link by AMTECO. I want to try a small sample of your Cedartone 101 before I choose the final material I will use to refinish a large cedar deck. Please tell me how to proceed for this, and thanks. Steve Temple.
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    Armando · 05/11/2018
    Cedartine 101 on a 13year old fence! Looks like new