TWP 105 Cape Cod Gray

by TWP Stains

TWP 105 cape cod grayTWP 105 is a popular gray color that is a traditional gray. This color is heavier in solids than other TWP color choices. We consider this to be closer to a semi-solid.

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 105 is an EPA registered wood and deck stain and preservative. Containing unique ingredients which protect wood from damage, TWP 105 stain color has been a leader and respected product for over 25 years.

Final TWP 105 Cape Cod Gray color will vary based on:

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

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Molly Maxwell
Molly Maxwell
1 year ago

I have a cedar sided house that has been stained with 101 cedartone all its (30 year) life. Can I switch over to Cape Cod Gray? If so, what would the process be? 

Molly Maxwell
Molly Maxwell
1 year ago
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Would spraying with bleach water and then letting it sit be sufficient?

Brian
Brian
1 year ago

Water just sits in the middle of the deck or at least a couple hours I was wondering is there anything I should do prior to staining next spring. It’s been weathering for at least 6 months

Brian
Brian
1 year ago
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If water just sits there like that, the stain will not soak into the wood. Right? There has to be something I can do for that section.

elernhardt
elernhardt
1 year ago

lighting, it comes out as a very light grey not blue

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1 year ago

Some of the pictures have a bluish look or is that the lighting 

Brian
Brian
1 year ago

Can I use in iowa

Ashley
Ashley
2 years ago

Can I use this in Missouri? 

Doug
Doug
2 years ago

Can I buy from TWP cape cod gray 100 series in Indiana?  Can I also use it on 15 year old trex decking?

Tina
Tina
2 years ago

Can Cape Cod Grey be used in Michigan?

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2 years ago

2 years  ago I refinished my old deck after sanding off the paint and prepping it with Restore a deck. This year my stairs collapsed and needed to be replaced. After they have weathered a bit I will also stain them with TWP 100 Cape Cod grey.

Srw
Srw
2 years ago

About to stain deck, have used twp Cape cod for years (15+). Great product but now realized need another can, where can I buy locally?

Srw
Srw
2 years ago
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Okay, not sure you understood can I buy locally? Your website had dealers but called 3 and they dont carry it.  If I buy it online with you can I get faster shipping, next day?

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3 years ago

Applied the 105 Cape Cod sample to new (about 1 year old in covered storage) KDAT 5/4 decking…used the bottle over approx. a 1′ length of board. The color is imperceptible…2 or 3 people who looked saw nothing. This is not like the photo’s. Any idea what might be the issue?

Michael zuccarini
Michael zuccarini
3 years ago

I have 10 year old deck and fencing that has been protected with twp cedartone. If I were interested in changing to Cape cod gray could I power wash and go over or?  I just ordered a 5 gal cedartone then informed by the boss that she would like gray.

Chris Hickman
Chris Hickman
3 years ago

We are thrilled with our TWP Cape Cod Grey 105 deck stain. Since there is only one color of gray from which to choose, we were unsure whether the Cape Cod would match our home and the deck rail. PERFECT! The shade is lighter than we anticipated, but we love it! This was the first stain application to our Pressure Treated Wood deck in Alabama. We are hoping the stain will tolerate cleanings and greatly hinder the mold and mildew growth here on the lakeside. The stain applies sooo smoothly, and the wet-on-wet method works perfectly. I am hoping we have not “overdone” the stain, and the semi-opaque is perfect! Does it appear that we have applied too heavily? Is applying too heavily possible? We are well pleased with the grain that is showing through. We are also hoping two years from now the stain will have been durable in protection of our deck. It is difficult to contain our excitement as we have been slowly prepping the deck Spring/Summer … and now Autumn is here. Thank you, TWP, for such a product! We researched intermittently for over a year and could not come up with reviews of another product to match yours. TWP was our selection, as is visible. We sum our thoughts with, “Loving It.”

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3 years ago
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I want to post an update about our TWP Cape Cod gray stain job.  It’s perfect–absolutely perfect!  The only problem we have had is the one which you warned about–do not apply over mold.  We had cleaned our deck but delayed a couple weeks before our application of TWP.  Because we do not have gutters, a small amount of daily dew and a bit of rain had dripped and caused some additional mold.  We applied the TWP over these mold areas which was a mistake.  We have light “peeling” in the mold areas.  We are contemplating a light sanding job, a reapplication of Clorox limited to the moldy areas, and then a new staining with a hopeful blend into the current stain.  Do you think this will work, or should we wait until the 2 year timeframe?  We are puzzled as to how to correct our mistake concerning the mold.  Thank you … and we are convinced TWP is the best stain ever :)

Jared
Jared
3 years ago

How can I get TWP stain off vinyl siding? Thanks.

Joe
Joe
3 years ago

Looking at Cape Cod gray stain in the 100. Will be for new cedar fencing in Texas. Should I use any prep, wait for the cedar to weather in a little, or apply right after install to new wood? How long to weather if so? Thanks!

Jared
Jared
3 years ago

Hi, I finally finished up sanding my deck today. Prior to sanding I stripped it. Is it okay if the deck gets wet before putting the brightener on? Rain is now in the forecast. Also, how long do I have before I must stain following the brightener application? Thank you.

Jared
Jared
3 years ago

I stripped my deck with RAD stripper and then had to sand the entire deck to get all the stain off. I sanded the deck and plan to brighten with RAD brightener. I don’t have the cleaner. Is it okay to just apply the brightener without using the cleaner. Because I sanded the entire deck it appears clean. What are your thoughts? Thank you for all your help!

Jared
Jared
3 years ago

I stripped my deck today with the RAD stripper. I’ve got some spot that are to strip. Is it okay Or is there any harm if I let my deck dry and then sand before I put the brightener down? Thanks!

Jared
Jared
3 years ago
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Would it be okay if I lightly sanded the whole thing? It still wet, but there is also white film that appears should come off.

Jared
Jared
3 years ago
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And then after sanding, I should rinse and put the brightener on, right? Thanks.

Jared
Jared
3 years ago
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How long do I need to wait to apply cedar tone stain after the brightener application? Thanks!

Jared
Jared
3 years ago
Reply to  Jared

As discussed…I stripped my deck with RAD, but had numerous areas that didn’t clean up very well. Now, I am going to have to sand the entire deck followed by the brightener. How soon do you recommend I get the deck sanded and brightener application applied? There is lots of rain in the forecast.

Jared
Jared
3 years ago
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Hi, as I mentioned earlier, I stripped my deck on Tuesday, but had to sand the entire deck today with a big commercial sander due to the amount of old stain still on the deck. I am wondering if it’s still necessary to apply the brightener before I stain? Thanks!

Jared
Jared
3 years ago
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Do you think I should put one or two coats of stain down. I am using cedar tone. Thank you so much for all your help.

Jared
Jared
3 years ago
Reply to  Jared

Do you think I should put one or two coats of stain down. I am using cedar tone. Thank you so much for all your help.

Perry
Perry
3 years ago

Application of cap cod gray- 1 coat or 2. Roller or brush?

Tina
Tina
4 years ago

I have two decks to stain this summer – one in southern Illinois and one in far northern Michigan. Do you ship TWP 105 to both states?

Jared
Jared
4 years ago

Can cape cod gray be used in MN?

Jared
Jared
3 years ago
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Where can I get cape cod grey (100 series in MN)? Zip code area 56072. Thanks.

Jared
Jared
3 years ago
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Do is have to purchase it online?

Jared
Jared
3 years ago
Reply to  Jared

Is cape cod grey only sold online?

John
John
4 years ago

Is this legal in New Hampshire?

Jan
Jan
4 years ago

Is there a dealer in the Sacramento, California area? I am interested in Cape Cod Gray for fencing

Pamela Warren
Pamela Warren
3 years ago
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So there’s no product that supports CA at this time?

James
James
4 years ago

Can this be used on siding?

robert parmley
robert parmley
4 years ago
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Okay thanks, could I ask you to remove this post. Thanks for your quick response.

Bob

Deb
Deb
4 years ago

Is the Cape Cod Gray more prone to peeling than the other tints?

Is there a dealer located in Northern New York?

bill
bill
4 years ago

greetings!
If I use TWP 105 on well cleaned deck containing cedar and treated lumber, how long before I will need to recoat? years? And…can I simply clean and coat at that time or will stripping/sanding be required?

Mary Kruger
Mary Kruger
5 years ago

Does the Cape Cod gray have UV protection?

Steve
Steve
5 years ago

Hello, I live in Alabama. How long should I wait before staining new treated lumber that is in direct sunlight on a boat dock?

Paul
Paul
5 years ago

If I mix cape cod gray with pecan in the 100 series will I get a beige gray color. Does anyone have experience with this color combination?

Carla
Carla
4 years ago
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Wondering if this worked.

Paul
Paul
5 years ago

Can you mix colors in 100 series – I would like to get a beige gray color

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