TWP 120 Pecan

TWP 120 pecanTWP 120 Pecan is the newest color in the 100 series line and was introduced as an alternative to the 101 Cedartone. This color is what we call a slightly brown/cedar color. Basically, a little bit of brown was added to the 101 Cedartone to "tone down" the traditional orange cedar color.

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 120 is an EPA registered wood and deck stain and preservative. Containing unique ingredients which protect wood from damage, TWP 120 stain color has been a leader and respected product for over 25 years.

Final TWP 120 Pecan color will vary based on:

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

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    Bob DeGrandchamp · 06/30/2020
    How many weeks ,after the application, does it take the stain to fully cure?
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      TWP Stains · 06/30/2020
      It fully cures in a few days in most scenarios.
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    Bob DeGrandchamp · 06/17/2020
    I applied the Pecan 120 a couple weeks ago to my cedar deck! I understand the stain normally lasts only a couple years before requiring a new coat! However, my South facing deck receives full sun ? all day long! No shade at all! It's brutal and extremely hard on the stained surface. So, I'm experimenting with an idea to extend the life of my stained deck surface. I bought a white waterproof tarp that I cover my deck with to prevent the ultraviolet rays from beating the surface! My deck is well ventilated , thus gently moving the tarp and enabling good air circulation! What do you think? I figure the 4-5 hot, full sun months are doing the most damage...and covering the deck could give me another year without a recoat?
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    Dena · 06/10/2020
    Pictures to support prior email.
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      TWP Stains · 06/17/2020
      Not sure if it will work or not but should not harm it.
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        Fluxcapacitor121 · 09/15/2020
        I've found UV causes the most degradation of color and finish, way more than moisture exposure. I keep our stained cedar/treated pine patio furniture in the garage in the winter and the finish lasts way longer than year round outside exposure. I think your tarp will help.
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    Dena · 06/10/2020
    I stained my new deck floor boards the cedar TWP 100 last season. This season, the color is very faint, and I have some white residue around some of the knots. Not sure if I can attribute both of these issues to the wood still being new. I did wait 8 months before staining btw. Anyway, was thinking about transitioning to the 120Pecan color. Can I reapply the stain directly on top of what is there now after deck cleaning? Want to also make sure the 100 series is the best option for me. I live in Michigan, so the wood does get quite a drastic hit from weather, and gets afternoon soon directly.
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      TWP Stains · 06/10/2020
      The white is sap and cannot be prevented. If you prep with the Gemini Restore Kit then you can use the TWP 120 Pecan
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    Shane · 05/07/2020
    Brand new pressure treated deck with cedar rails that had aged for 10-months prior to using the gemini restore-a-deck kit. Once the wood was dry, deck and rails were stained with TWP 100 Series in Pecan 120.
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    Bob DeGrandchamp · 05/05/2020
    Why does the 1500 series claim the stain can be "cleaned and recoated easily" , while the 100 series does not mention that? If I assume I'll have to reapply the TWP every 2 yrs....which series is easier to reapply?
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      TWP Stains · 05/05/2020
      They both can be cleaned and recoated as needed. No difference.
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    Bob DeGrandchamp · 05/05/2020
    I assume the TWP 120 Pecan is slightly darker/less orange than the TWP 101 Cedartone?
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      TWP Stains · 05/05/2020
      Yes, it is a browner version of the Cedartone.
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    Liz Chase · 04/26/2020
    I just stained my 12 x 24 deck with TWP 100 series Pecan. My deck is 13 years old. We used 2 gallons as the wood was sucking the stain up. We ran out with 5 boards to go. When we got to the bottom of the can all the pigments were on the bottom. We did shake the can before starting to stain but we didn’t know that the stain had to be stirred to get that mixture off the bottom of the can. Therefore, not much of those particles got mixed in the stain. Has the degradation of the stain been compromised or is that mix on the bottom of the can just the colorant and will not hurt the preformance of the actual stain: ie sealant, UV protection and penetration?
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    gary · 07/20/2019
    I have 5 year old cedar deck that stripped & brightened with rad kit about 5 weeks ago, then the rains came. After 2 weeks brightened again but started raining once a week since & now it has been 2 more weeks & wood very slightly greying. Waiting for next weather window of at least a week without rain.So should I clean & brighten or just brighten? will be staining with twp 100 pecon. We are in Seattle wa.
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      TWP Stains · 07/21/2019
      Lightly clean and brighten.
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        gary · 07/21/2019
        Does lightly clean mean spray on cleaner let set 5 min or so then lightly pressure wash off? then apply brightener
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    Jeff · 07/08/2019
    Why is my pecan stain (twp 120) so dark? I sanded, washed, and brightened the 20 yr old deck. Two coats, wet on wet, w/ 24 hour dry time. Is it the wood type, a reaction with the brightener, or something else?
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      TWP Stains · 07/09/2019
      Wood porosity and type of wood. Color always varies based on this. The older the wood the more porous it is and that means the stain will be darker as the wood will take more stain.
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        Jeff · 07/09/2019
        If I wanted to go with a different color I would have to strip and brighten, correct? How well does the stripper take off fresh stain? Should I use an additive?
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          TWP Stains · 07/09/2019
          It will take it off, use the additives.
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    David · 07/08/2019
    Can i put a coat of 100 series pecan over the 1500 series i applied last year?
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    Tim · 02/28/2019
    Waited 1 year after purchasing the trailer to stain it. The deck is "treated yellow pine decking". Looks good. I haven't put the sideboards back on yet since staining them but when I do I'll take more pics..
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    Leslie dean · 08/31/2018
    My cedar deck was stained one year after it was built as we were told to wait 1 yr.
    the color stain is Twp pecan, the deck came our orange. Awful color, also the knots are brown. Any way to restrain to bring it to a brown color?
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    Charlee · 08/23/2018
    I have few questions, please:
    1. Is humidity during the application process a factor in determining the end result?
    2. I hate orange. I understand honeytone is the most natural color and pecan is like cedartone with a little brown mixed in. Which is the LEAST orange? I have reviewed the photo gallery, but I don't want to be confused by lighting differences.
    3. What are the differences between the 1500 and the 100, other than the VOCs? What makes the 100 line better for new decks?
    Thank you!
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    Doug · 07/29/2018
    Is there any difference in the color between the 100 series and the 1500 series pecan?
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      TWP Stains · 07/29/2018
      Yes. The colors between the series are not exact but close.
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    Ed · 07/11/2018
    At what temp is to hot to put it on?