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Is the TWP 1500 Series an oil or water based product?
I am looking to order TWP 1500. My deck 12x27, pressure treated pine. Railings and spindles pressure treated pine as well. There are 8 steps. I figured this to be between 700-750 sq. ft. The gentleman applying the stain for me indicated he prefers to hand brush. My question is, how much should I order? I have heard that hand brushing uses more product. If so, will a 5-gallon order be enough? Your advice is appreciated.
I have an older deck that is gray and haven't done maintenance on it in several years is it best to use the 1500 or 100 after the prepping? Also, what does the statement in the features section of the
1500 mean "Easy to apply and can be cleaned and re coated as needed."?
I have a brand new pressure treated pine deck. Which is the best product to protect my deck?
Hi the limits are 250 voc in canada too so your product is legal. Why can't we buy your product? Is it because you have to pay to get the permit to sell it here? Exterior wood stain, clear or semi-transparent is 250 voc.
I have TWP P1501 in Cedartone Max Voc and am in need of more product (5 gal). I last purchased it in 2012. Can I get more of the same? Please help. Im afraid of not having color or finish consistency.
Hi, I'm installing new T&G cypress boards to my patio ceiling in New Orleans, LA. The surface is smooth. Do you recommend the same prep as for a deck before applying the 1500 series stain?
If I'm going to strip, brighten and sand my deck, in what order those should be? I'm not sure what kind of wood it is (it's an old deck) and I'm planning to apply 1503?
What will happen if we walk on the deck only after 15 hours or so?
I live on a MN lake and have a 1 year old Cedar dock, with nothing applied prior. The dock boards are 48" x 5.5" x 1" and there are 120 of them. I've been told to add a little bit of silica to the 2nd coat to add traction. Can you give me your suggestions for following: Which stain; is pressure washing day before adequate for untreated year old wood; how many coats should I apply; is it appropriate to add a little silica to the last coat for traction; and finally how much will I need if I'm staining all sides of the dock?