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TWP 1500 Series Brochure

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    Jim Stohlmann · 09/24/2019
    I put cedartone on my dock 4 years ago. I just pressure washed really good and sanded where I felt I needed to. I want to use honeytone color now. What do you think?
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      TWP Stains · 09/24/2019
      If going to a lighter color all of the current stain will need to be stripped or removed fully.
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    Debbie · 08/03/2019
    Our 2 small treated wood decks are about 5 years old and we really need to have the wood protected, but am having a hard time matching a color that would coordinate with our house siding. I enclosed a picture of our home if you have recommendations for color. Thankyou.
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    Pete · 06/08/2019
    want to stain a cedar porch swing, what about stain on clothing from sitting on white cedar boards that are treated with TWP? thanks.
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    Gary · 06/04/2019
    Is there a difference in the formula of what is should at home depot and the TWP sold online?
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    Mary kruger · 06/01/2019
    Does the 1500 series come in Cape Cod grey and how many gallons would I need for a deck 364 ft plus seeps and rails
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    Mark Mayhew · 05/09/2019
    I have stained my log house with TWP (#1501) and my pressure treated (4 years old) deck. The deck does not last more than a year or two. Is there a dedicated “Deck stain”? Thanks Mark
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      TWP Stains · 05/10/2019
      Not sure what you mean by dedicated. Two years is normal for a deck when it is time to redo. Nothing will last longer for a horizontal surface.
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    Vern · 09/04/2018
    I applied the stain and there are shiny areas that look like they are wet but aren’t. What can be done to not have these shiny areas?
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    Bostongal · 08/10/2018
    I have a little stain being displaced by early rain, is there anything I can do?
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    Bob · 07/31/2018
    I have Cumaru decking. What do you recommend for this hardwood. South facing
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      TWP Stains · 07/31/2018
      Most use the Rustic or Honeytone colors.
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    John Mault · 07/27/2018
    Is it possible to order a small sample of 1501 cedar tone for color comparison
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    Jan Kruger · 07/10/2018
    I have a 400ft2 pressure treated deck and want to stain it with the TWP 1500. In order to apply the second coat as directed within 30 minutes, I would have to walk on the first coat. Can this be done without damaging the first coat? Do you have any suggestions?
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    Ed Chadwick · 05/22/2018
    What is the difference between the 200 series and the 1500?
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      TWP Stains · 05/23/2018
      The TWP 200 is more for Shakes and Shingles while the 1500 is for decks, siding, and fencing.
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    Rick DeLoach · 04/16/2018
    What’s difference between 100 and 1500 Stains...about to stain a newly build floating dock on saltwater “treated Pine boards”. Thank you!
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    Justen Meneses · 04/08/2018
    How does the 1500 series compare with 100 series in Nebraska
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      TWP Stains · 04/08/2018
      Both work very well for NE on decking. About the same. On verticals such as fences, you may get slightly longer UV protection with the 1500 Series.