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    Ben Wadlow · 10/24/2019
    I recently purchased a 5 gallon container of 1500 series California Redwood, to restain my pressure treated pine deck, stairs, handrails and balusters.
    Unfortunately, we did not pre-order a sample of this color, way to yellow.

    We expecteted it to be more "redwood", not pine colored.

    We have only used about a 1/2 gallon at this point, I am looking for a recommendation of what color could I add to bring the remainder of the stain to a more acceptable color tone.

    We were looking for a "Teak" or Caramel color.

    Any help at this point would be appreciated.

    I am looking forward to your recommendation.

    TIA
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      TWP Stains · 10/25/2019
      The final color on your wood will vary drastically based on the wood type that you have and age. There is not an easy answer to this as it will always be different colors based on your actual wood. To add more red to what you have, you would want Rustic or Redwood. For more brown and red, you would want to add some Dark Oak as well.
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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.