TWP 1500 Series Brochure and Color Chart

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Please take a look at the newly enhanced TWP 1500 Series Brochures with color chart!

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william
william
1 year ago

which of your color is close  to behr woodbridge? guess i didnt go my homework on staining!

Paul
Paul
3 years ago

I stained my log home (southern yellow pine)with Flood CWF Cedar. I always thought it was too orange. I plan to pressure wash with Jomax and a light bleach combo and scrub it with a stiff nylon brush to cut as much of the old stain off as possible. I want to go brown but not too dark so I’m leaning toward the Dark Oak. Do you think I’ll have problems hiding the old Cedar color? Thank You!

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3 years ago
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The Flood product is several years old. The last time I cleaned the house I used a pressure washer and Jomax combined with bleach. While it soaked in I scrubbed the house with a stiff nylon brush. Is there an alternative to removing the old CWF Flood stain so I can apply the TWP1500? I sure prefer to avoid having to sand the entire structure. Thank you!

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3 years ago
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After I finish the entire removal process including the brightener how long should I wait before I apply the stain?

Danibee
Danibee
3 years ago

Used RAD strip & brighten on cedar siding then applied TWP 1500 dark oak, but it’s so dark and I don’t care for how it looks. Will this brighten over time? If I wanted to remove this and put a lighter stain would RAD strip & brighten remove this freshly applied stain back to the natural cedar?

Barry
Barry
3 years ago

Should I get the restore a deck kit for $49.99 or the stripper restore a deck for $64.99?

Barry
Barry
3 years ago

I stained my fence with 12 gallons of 1500 California redwood 5 years ago. It’s Time to restrain. I’m planning on using the 2 step restore-a-deck and Then staining with the same color as before- California redwood. Is this the correct approach and should I assume that I’ll need 12 gallons or would 10 gallons be enough?

many thanks,
barry

Kevin
Kevin
4 years ago

Ok… scientifically what is your LIGHTEST color of ALL your stains (100’s..1500’s, etc) that CAN be mixed into a dark 1500 stain to lighten it… (and hence keep 100% UV protection) ???

Kevin
Kevin
4 years ago

What is the maximum amount of “clear” you can add to a mixture (to make a color lighter) and still get FULL UV protection… 20%, 30%, 40%, 50%, 60%, 70%,etc… ????

Ben Wadlow
Ben Wadlow
4 years ago

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

Jim Stohlmann
Jim Stohlmann
4 years ago

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?

Debbie
Debbie
4 years ago

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.

Pete
Pete
4 years ago

want to stain a cedar porch swing, what about stain on clothing from sitting on white cedar boards that are treated with TWP? thanks.

Gary
Gary
4 years ago

Is there a difference in the formula of what is should at home depot and the TWP sold online?

Mary kruger
Mary kruger
4 years ago

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

Mark Mayhew
Mark Mayhew
5 years ago

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

Vern
Vern
5 years ago

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?

Bostongal
Bostongal
5 years ago

I have a little stain being displaced by early rain, is there anything I can do?

Bob
Bob
5 years ago

I have Cumaru decking. What do you recommend for this hardwood. South facing

John Mault
John Mault
5 years ago

Is it possible to order a small sample of 1501 cedar tone for color comparison

Jan Kruger
Jan Kruger
5 years ago

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?

Ed Chadwick
Ed Chadwick
6 years ago

What is the difference between the 200 series and the 1500?

Rick DeLoach
Rick DeLoach
6 years ago

What’s difference between 100 and 1500 Stains…about to stain a newly build floating dock on saltwater “treated Pine boards”. Thank you!

Justen Meneses
Justen Meneses
6 years ago

How does the 1500 series compare with 100 series in Nebraska

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