TWP 1500 Series 5 Gallon

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TWP 1500 is a Semi-transparent Oil-Based wood stain and preservative that is allowed in all 50 states.

The new TWP® 1500 formula is designed to penetrate better, dry faster and outperform the previous TWP® 500 series formula.

TWP® 1500 Series is an EPA registered wood preservative which prevents structural damage and wood decay on exterior above ground wood surfaces such as fencing, decking, wood siding, log homes, and roofing. TWP® 1500 Series resists water absorption that causes warping, cracking and splitting as well as preventing freeze damage in colder climates.

TWP® 1500 Series is a low VOC preservative with special U.V. absorbing pigments that prevent unsightly wood graying, darkening and fading. The selected mildewcides inhibit the growth of mold and mildew which assist in preventing premature discoloration.

TWP® 1500 Series will keep your wood beautiful, fresh and looking new longer. The ease of application and maintenance will allow you to enjoy your investment for years to come.

TWP 1500 Series Stain QuestionsKey Features

  • Preserves natural wood color
  • EPA registered wood preservative
  • Professional choice for all exterior wood surfaces
  • Semi-transparent stain preserves natural color
  • Sheds water longer
  • Prevents mold and mildew
  • Helps to prevent wood rot
  • Easy to apply and can be cleaned and recoated as needed
  • Helps in the prevention of warping, cracking and splitting
  • Low 250 VOC formula, compliant in 50 states

*We do not guarantee stain colors as they will vary widely depending on the wood type, age of wood, prepping of wood, and application. Small samples are available.

TWP 1500 Series 5 Gallons Deck Stain

 

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Gallon Sizes: 1's & 5's
Stain Type: Semi-Transparent Oil-Based
Coverage Per Gallon: 150-200 square feet
Coats  Required: 1-2 Coats. "Wet on Wet"
Temperature: 45-95 F
Application Tools: Pad, Sprayer, Brush, Roller
Dry Time: 12-72 Hours
Cleanup: Mineral Spirits
State VOC Limits: Compliant in all States
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Thursday, 19 October 2017

A true oil-based wood preservative that is allowed in all 50 states!

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    jennings · 10/21/2018
    What caulk would you recommend to best match color to either the Dark Oak or Black Walnut? Would you apply caulk before or after staining with TWP 1500 series? This is for new construction- logs have not been stained yet.
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      TWP Stains · 10/21/2018
      You would caulk first. We do not have colors of caulk that we would suggest to match TWP colors. You would have to test this on your own.
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    3TWPStains · 10/15/2018
    So I have a front porch 'deck' that I stained with 1501 cedar about 7 years ago and it needs to be redone. I was planning to power-wash with water and also the gemini kit. I have some columns and house siding with painted hardiplank below. Will the gemini kit cause problems when it inevitably washes down the side of the house/columns? Including a picture for reference. When I did it years ago I put up tarps to prevent but it was a big hassle and neighbors complained it was an eye-sore (left it up for the staining.
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      TWP Stains · 10/15/2018
      The kit will not harm the painted siding but make sure to rinse well before the dirt and grime from the cleaning dries on the siding.
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    Greg Sliwinski · 10/15/2018
    We installed a new 6 foot privacy fence (Shadow Box). The posts are 6x6 Pressure Treated Pine and the pickets are Natural Cedar. It was installed in July. I understand the Pine should wait to be stained, but does the Cedar need to dry out as well? Please advise. I was hoping to be able to stain before winter but want to see if it's best if I waiting until Spring.
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    chris · 10/11/2018
    Did i make a mistake ordering dark oak twp 1500 for a pressure treated fence thats a yesr old? I alrdy cleaned it last wkend, i know once you go dark you cant go back thats fine just making sure it wont look stupid since i got $500+ into this stain.
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    John Montgomery · 10/08/2018
    We want to use the dark oak 1503 stain on our porch columns - #2 pressure treated 2x4 and 1x6s. It has been a year since the house was built. How close will the result match the color sample? Thank you.
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      TWP Stains · 10/08/2018
      Final color varies based on wood age, type, prep, application, and even your screen monitor. Best to try a sample.
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    George Goodrich · 09/09/2018
    Hi, I pressure washed my log home and am looking to try and keep the logs as light as possible, would the Natural stain be my best choice? Thanks!
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      TWP Stains · 09/10/2018
      Honeytone is the lightest tint that that will offer UV protection from graying.
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    Eugene Eanes · 08/04/2018
    I stained new pressure treated wood last year with 1501 Cedartone. It's a little more orange than I like. Can I put Pecan over Cedartone and eventually the orangeness will go away?
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      TWP Stains · 08/04/2018
      You would need to strip the 1501 off if you want to switch to a lighter color like the 1520 Pecan.
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    Rosie Prevost · 08/04/2018
    I read your directions regarding application of stain to new wood. Would this apply to pressure treated as well? I am asking regarding new pressure treated railing specifically. Could I use the gemini kit to clean, brighten and then stain? Or will I have to let the wood age as directed?
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      TWP Stains · 08/04/2018
      Yes, all wood types. You will have to wait.
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        Rosie Prevost · 08/06/2018
        Even if Kiln dried?
        See below.....


        The fast and easy installation of the 8 ft. railing kit makes it the perfect product for the do-it-yourselfer and the professional deck builder. Made of quality pressure treated #1 southern yellow pine and black aluminum balusters, your new stylish railing will be the talk of the neighborhood. The wood components are molded with a decorative high-end finish and are kiln dried after treatment for extra stability and are also ready to stain or paint.

        Just trying to avoid doing it twice!
        Thanks for your advice in advance!
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    Rosie Prevost · 08/01/2018
    I understand the 'wet on wet' application of the 1500 stain. My question is however, is it bad to allow the first coat to dry and then do a second application?
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      TWP Stains · 08/01/2018
      Possibly, yes. If the first coat dries and cures it could hinder the second coat from fully soaking in. This varies though based on how porous the wood is.
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    Rosie Prevost · 07/23/2018
    Does the Natural 1530 have pigment, or is it just clear?
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    Hagans · 07/16/2018
    If a deck that has old stain on it is cleaned, but not stripped will the stain still work?
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      TWP Stains · 07/17/2018
      If the stain is over a different brand, it will need to be removed prior to using the TWP.
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    chris haddad · 07/13/2018
    I will be staining the framing of my newly built pavilion that is made from rough cut hemlock. I will be using 1500 black walnut stain. How many square feet per gallon should I plan for?
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    Dave · 06/15/2018
    I am in the Seattle area and am redoing my deck which is 10 feet above ground. It is about 20 years old with some boards replaced. It is cedar. In the past, we have used Flood CWF in Redwood and like the look. Sadly, it does not hold up well. I am considering TWP 1500 in Redwood. Deck has been pressure washed and cleaned with Olympic Deck Cleaner. Will the TWP 1500 be the right choice for me? Thank you, Dave.
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    Geronimo · 06/13/2018
    Will the 1516 rustic match the 116 rustic if I change from the 100 to the 1500 series?
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      TWP Stains · 06/14/2018
      No the colors do not match exactly between series. Clos but not exact.
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    Michael Wells · 06/13/2018
    I’ve bought to much product! First how long will it last? Second will it freeze and not be usable if left out in cold?
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    Mike · 06/09/2018
    what is the new stain color that is less orange than cedartone
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    Archie Ross · 05/30/2018
    You state that a second coat is applied when the first is still wet. Is it okay to walk on the the first coat? How long after application?
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    Briggs · 05/29/2018
    using TWP stain on boat docks ? advice needed.....
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    Bill Fleischacker · 05/26/2018
    Any tips on transferring stain from 5 gal containers to smaller bucket when staining posts, railings, and benches?
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      TWP Stains · 05/27/2018
      Mix the stain well in the 5-gallon pail well first before pouring it into the smaller containers.