TWP 102 Redwood

by TWP Stains

TWP 102 redwoodTWP 102 Redwood is a popular choice for customers who are looking to add a rich red color. We call this color a “straight” red as it does not contain any other highlights.

 

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 102 is an EPA registered wood and deck stain and preservative. Containing unique ingredients which protect wood from damage, TWP 102 stain color has been a leader and respected product for over 25 years.

Final TWP 102 Redwood colors will vary based on:

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

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Kimberly
Kimberly
29 days ago

I used TWP 102 pro series on my deck, it’s beautiful!
I am no building a 300′ semi privacy fence and wonder if that will be too much red??
The 1st 3 pics are from the 1st day, 2 coats, the last pic is 5 days later and it still looks like that 1 year later. I will be applying a new coat soon. This stain is beautiful, protective and easy to work with.

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Steve
Steve
6 months ago

I am looking at staining a new KDAT deck its just about a month now. I’m thinking of the redwood stain. Do I need any cleaner prior to staining if would is new.

Brad
Brad
1 year ago

I have a deck, new wet pine, roughly 240 sq ft ((16’x11′)+(15+8.5)/2).  Waiting for the pine to dry 30-45 days.  Deck is sort of a triangle, atop a square (including steps), around a pool. Assuming TWP 102 Redwood, do I need two (2) or three (3) gallons… reading 100-200 sq ft per gallon as advertised. 2 coats, wet on wet.

Molly
Molly
1 year ago

I’m am restraining deck with same 102 stain. Best way to prep? Prep products? Thank you!

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2 years ago

I have a gazebo that has been treated with Superdeck Duckback semi transparent, or transparent stain.  The stain is in really bad shape on the outside, but looks beautiful on the inside.  What do I need to do to prepare for TWP 100 (102)?  Is sanding enough?
I am also adding a section of new cedar.  One side is rough, the other is smooth.  How will I go about staining this, as new smooth is to be treated differently than new rough? 

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2 years ago
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So, do I need to wait for the new cedar, or can I stain it right away? 

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2 years ago
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The smooth side will never see the light of day or much if any weather.

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2 years ago
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Okay, I have one more question. On my gazebo, I have cedar tongue and groove, and it butts up against cedar 2x’s.  Is there a caulking that you recommend that works well with TWP? What I mean by this is something that TWP will cover better, or absorb into?  The slight gap between the two boards, tends to collect dirt, which tends to cause the boards to rot faster.  I just need to fill the small gap, and I want the gap filled, but only if I can stain it properly.  I hope this makes sense.  Thanks.

Angie Goodner
Angie Goodner
2 years ago

On treated pine, what would the color redwood look like? Would it be too red?

P. S.
P. S.
3 years ago

Run short and had to only put 1 coat on the deck. 18 month old pine, cleaned and brightened according to the recommendations. Should I be able to put another coat on in spring? So far I’m loving twp. I used 3 gallons of twp 102.

brad
brad
3 years ago

Here’s the one area after sanding and before staining.

brad
brad
3 years ago

Here’s a few pictures showing how 2 coats of the TWG-100 Redwood stain looks on redwood benches on my deck. I prepped the wood by heavily sanding using a belt sander with 40 grit then 80 grit sandpaper. There is one pic after sanding and then the same area after staining. The other 2 pics show an area before sanding and then after sanding and staining. One thing to add is that I originally coated the redwood 5 years ago with spar urethane – that did not work at all because it allowed the redwood color to quickly fade and the spar urethane coating peeled allowing moisture intrusion.

Jon Sundell
Jon Sundell
3 years ago

I have stripped my 7 year old deck with Defy stripper and a pressure washer and put down Defy brightener. I am waiting for it to dry before applying the TWP 100 series that I bought for the first time. Unfortunately, I pitted quite a bit of the wood with the pressure washer and possibly a wire brush that I used. I have read that it is easy to redo TWP stain every one or two years, and I have looked forward to doing that, but I wonder if it will be difficult to remove the stain from the pitted wood. If so, should I sand the deck before refinishing, should I do that when I’m ready to redo the stain, or should I just leave it like that? Also, can sanding be done with a large floor sander to speed the process, since working on my knees with an orbital sander takes forever and is really hard on my 73 year old back?

Jeff
Jeff
4 years ago

western red cedar pergola with TWP 102 redwood stain, during contruction and 6 months after (some darkening)

Sharon
Sharon
4 years ago

We are installing a new western red cedar fence, which stain would be the best, and what prep is required?

Judy
Judy
4 years ago

I have an Evergrain composite deck can I use this to enhance it?

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