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

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    Dadman · 11/20/2020
    Your info here is not clear - I see both 50-90 degrees AND 45-95 degrees as far as application temperatures. What is actually recommended?
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      TWP Stains · 11/21/2020
      50 is the low temp.
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        Dadman · 11/21/2020
        Ok thanks. FYI - the main "TWP 1500 Stain Info" box here on this site says "45-95 F".
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    Steven · 11/06/2020
    Hi, how many gallons of twp 1500 for a 250 sq. ft. deck? How many coats do you recommend for Douglas fir? Also, will this protect douglas fir deck boards?
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    mike · 10/19/2020
    can i apply a second coat several days later?
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      TWP Stains · 10/20/2020
      It may not take correctly. Do a test board and see how it dries after 24 hours making sure it is not sticky or shiny.
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    Michael · 10/15/2020
    Hello,

    My deck is hardwood (mahogany). Is your product a stain and sealer from weather all in one product? Which product would be best for a hardwood deck?
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      TWP Stains · 10/16/2020
      Yes, TWP is a stain and a sealer. Use the Rustic color in either the 100 or 1500 Series.
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    Karla · 10/14/2020
    My new smooth cedar fence is installed in Southern California. After letting the fence dry out for one year, it was cleaned, fuzzies buffed-out, brightener applied, and finally, one coat of TWP stain #1530 was applied. (It looks awesome!)

    If I understand correctly, your recommendation is that after waiting approximately 12 months, I should clean the fence, and then follow-up with a second coat of TWP stain?

    And finally, what is the maintenance schedule following those initial two coats of stain? (ie; how often would I need to clean & re-apply the stain?)
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    Eugene Eanes · 10/08/2020
    The contractor that added the skirt to my deck put the boards on the ground. Now the boards are stained with water marks. It has one coat of TWP 1500 Cedartone that is about 2 yrs old. Any ideas on how I can the stains off before I restain with a new coat TWP? Do I need to dry the ends of the boards out with a heat gun? Completely strip and sand?
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      TWP Stains · 10/08/2020
      You will need to strip and brighten but it will not be possible to get the water stains completely out as it is deep throughout the wood.
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    Kevin · 10/03/2020
    I have a western red cedar fence in Oregon. I have stripped and brightened it with the RAD products. It has dried for a week in 75 degree weather. I am now ready to stain with the 25 gallons of TWP 1500 that I purchased. However, it is very foggy until 10a in the mornings right now in the fall that puts a lot of moisture/dew in the air and on the surface of the fence. Do I need to wait until later in the day to stain? It would probably have to be 11 or so before it dries completely. It also starts to get dew in the air around 6p, making for a very short work day. I have a week before the rain comes and need to get this done. What do you recommend? Thank you
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      TWP Stains · 10/04/2020
      What to the dew dries off and then stain.
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    Peter Miele · 09/28/2020
    I am in Massachusetts. How long will it take to get a 5 gallon pail of 1504
    Black Walnut delivered if ordered today ?
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    Yugeen · 09/23/2020
    Do I have to wait until deck railings stop beading water before I can apply a new coat of stain. It will be same cedartone color? Hoping to avoid having to strip the old stain.
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    Kit · 09/22/2020
    Our redwood siding has been completely sanded, ready for TWP1511. Do I understand from your reply to Brian Bohenick below that since it's sanded, we should NOT plan on a 2nd coat, neither wet on wet nor a couple days later? Just one coat is best?
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    Matt · 09/22/2020
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    Matt · 09/22/2020
    I have a pier 980sq ft. built in October 2018. Would like to use 1501 Cedartone. How much stain do I need?
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    Sue · 09/21/2020
    We are using 1503 to stain and preserve a PIER that is L shaped and combined 274 sq feet. Will one 5 gallon bucket allow for coverage? I am confused about 1 or 2 coats. The pier is at least 10 years old and was stained before. Now its just grey and we've replaced a few boards. Its otherwise in good shape.
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      TWP Stains · 09/21/2020
      Two coats after prep. About 3-4 gallons.
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    Brian Bohenick · 09/10/2020
    Hi. Getting ready to apply 1504 - Black Walnut next weekend. How many coats do you recommend? All remaining blue/white/gray paint has been/will removed from surface. I removed 4-5 layers of existing paint and finish sanded the entire surface with 80 grit orbital. Do you recommend wet on wet if one application do I really need to wipe excess if I don't go heavy? Or if I'm doing two coats over a 24 hour span do I need to wipe excess. Just wondering how to get access to wiping excess if any without markup up or should I just mark it up by walking on it and backbrush out?
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      TWP Stains · 09/10/2020
      Just do the one coat since you sanded the deck.
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        Brian Bohenick · 09/10/2020
        Ok. So just one coat...wait 15-30 min...second wet coat light so no puddles...and no wipe down?
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          TWP Stains · 09/10/2020
          Only one coat, do not apply a second coat after 15 minutes to sanded wood. No need to wipe unless some stain does not soak in after a few hours or so.
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    kevin marshall · 09/09/2020
    Is the coverage per gallon quoted for TWP 1500 for 1 coat or 2? Does Mahogany typically require 2 coats?
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      TWP Stains · 09/09/2020
      One coat for the coverage and only one coat for Mahogany.
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    Mark Sheinbaum · 07/27/2020
    I have a new redwood arbor with brick floor. The redwood is about 3 months old and has been in direct Northern California sunlight. I calculate the total square footage of the structure to be about 2200 square feet. I plan to use 1516 Rustic for staining. How much stain would you estimate to use?
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    A. J. Henderson · 07/19/2020
    how much stain needed for 8 panel gazebo?
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      TWP Stains · 07/19/2020
      We would need a total sq footage of all wood that is being stained.
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    Gil · 07/18/2020
    I previously used TWP 1500 in Cedartone several years ago on my cedar fence. We didn't like the color as it was too orange. I want to go with the TWP 1500 Dark Oak this time. Do I need to strip the old TWP or just clean and brighten?
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    Jenny · 07/17/2020
    A friend stained our deck three years ago with TWP and it was great. We just powerwashed and are planning on staining the deck ourselves this year. Do we use one coat or two? Can we upgrade from 100 series to 1500?
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      TWP Stains · 07/17/2020
      Stick with the same color and series. We would need to see a picture of your prep to determine how many coats are needed.
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    Laura · 07/15/2020
    Calculated square footage for my deck, roughly 1031 sq ft, deck has very worn stain, will be doing strip and brighten first. Is the 1000 sqft coverage per 5 gal based on one or two coats? Was planning on getting 10 gals anyways, should that be enough?

    Will also be doing a two tone look - Light stain on top of railing and floor, and dark on verticals.
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      TWP Stains · 07/16/2020
      For 2 coats you would need about 8-10 gallons but that does vary based on wood type and the age of the wood.