TWP 1500 Series Deck Stain - The Best Low VOC Deck Stain

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TWP 1500 Stain is a highly rated, EPA registered wood preservative that can be used for all types of exterior wood, siding and decking. TWP 1500 Stain will perform at its maximum potential when the wood is properly prepped and when the stain is properly applied. Unfortunately not all wood is in the same condition prior to applying the stain.

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Please answer these few questions to achieve the best possible results with your TWP 1500 Wood and Decking Stain.

  1. info buttonAge of wood?
  2. Type of wood?
  3. Condition of the wood?
  4. Has it been stained previously and if so with what brand of stain?
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    Frances Cogelja · 07/08/2014
    my deck is not in great shape, having been neglected for several years. we previously used wolman brand, durastain in semi transparent stain, color red cedar. Can I use the TWP product over this product? Also, what TWP color would cover the red cedar color that is on there now?
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    MarkMN · 07/07/2014
    Hi,

    Just built a picnic table out of cedar. Should I wait a period (6 months?) before staining? Which series would you recommend to keep that "cedar" red look going forward? Thanks!

    Mark
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    TWP Stains · 07/07/2014
    Ken Kast:
    when applying second coat to deck within 20 minutes while still wet,can you walk on deck with work boots doing second coat?

    Yes, just do not step in your second coat.
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    Ken Kast · 07/07/2014
    when applying second coat to deck within 20 minutes while still wet,can you walk on deck with work boots doing second coat?
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    TWP Stains · 07/07/2014
    Knud Hansen:
    Deck 4 1/2 yr old, Pressure treated pine, wood is in good shape, some boards showing cracks, stained last year with Cabot, pealing badly. I've removed stain by sanding. So boards look nearly new. Deck faces North, in summer it gets sun in morning and mid-afternoon. In winter it gets little sun and is prone to mold. What would you suggest ?

    Prep with the Gemini Restore Kit and use the TWP 1500 Series.
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    Knud Hansen · 07/07/2014
    Deck 4 1/2 yr old, Pressure treated pine, wood is in good shape, some boards showing cracks, stained last year with Cabot, pealing badly. I've removed stain by sanding. So boards look nearly new. Deck faces North, in summer it gets sun in morning and mid-afternoon. In winter it gets little sun and is prone to mold. What would you suggest ?
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    TWP Stains · 07/06/2014
    Robyn Hendricks:
    two tiered (8' X 8'),(16' X 22') deck, heavily wooded area with very little sun, 4 years old, pressure treated pine, no previous treatment, good condition, but starting to dry out, mildew is not yet a problem but could be because of location.

    Prep first with the Gemini Restore kit and a pressure washer. Stain with 1500 Series.
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    TWP Stains · 07/06/2014
    Peter Probst:
    3 yr old red cedar fence with a lattice top band used as an outdoor shower enclosure (3 - 8ft W x 6ft H sections) under a 2nd story deck located in SE Pennsylvania has never been stained, cleaned or treated with any product. Enclosure sits above a travertine paver floor on the 12-inch tall concrete footer piers supporting the deck. Only the south and west facing sections get direct sun while the east-facing section is completely shaded by the deck above. I want to finish the interior surface so it remains bright and natural since there’s no direct sunlight and stain the exterior. What products should provide the best results, what type of applicator is suggested for each step, and what type of annual maintenance will be required for the inside and outside surfaces?

    Use the 1500 Series for all and a stain pad applicator for applying. You will need to redo the outside every 2-3 years. Inside every 3+ years.
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    TWP Stains · 07/06/2014
    Lynn Neumann:
    I just had installed a brand new eastern red cedar fence that I'd like to seal. I don't necessarily want to stain it but want a clear sealer. Would TWP 1500 series "Natural" work for this type of project?

    Natural is not clear but tinted. The clear has not color and will also not prevent the sun from graying the wood. Must have a tinted color for UV protection.
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    TWP Stains · 07/06/2014
    smithbern:
    I have just completed staining a 2 year old porch with your Redwood stain - love it, and have 4 gallons left over. The next porch is 3-4 times larger and many years older ( 12 - 35). Though I have your stripper, and have pressure washed it, Im tempted to use a less opaque and more solid stain to cover the ancient and far gone wood. What do you think?

    Solid colors stains will peel and TWP does not make a solid stain. Just semi-transparents.
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    Robyn Hendricks · 07/06/2014
    two tiered (8' X 8'),(16' X 22') deck, heavily wooded area with very little sun, 4 years old, pressure treated pine, no previous treatment, good condition, but starting to dry out, mildew is not yet a problem but could be because of location.
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    Peter Probst · 07/06/2014
    3 yr old red cedar fence with a lattice top band used as an outdoor shower enclosure (3 - 8ft W x 6ft H sections) under a 2nd story deck located in SE Pennsylvania has never been stained, cleaned or treated with any product. Enclosure sits above a travertine paver floor on the 12-inch tall concrete footer piers supporting the deck. Only the south and west facing sections get direct sun while the east-facing section is completely shaded by the deck above. I want to finish the interior surface so it remains bright and natural since there’s no direct sunlight and stain the exterior. What products should provide the best results, what type of applicator is suggested for each step, and what type of annual maintenance will be required for the inside and outside surfaces?
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    Lynn Neumann · 07/06/2014
    I just had installed a brand new eastern red cedar fence that I'd like to seal. I don't necessarily want to stain it but want a clear sealer. Would TWP 1500 series "Natural" work for this type of project?
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    smithbern · 07/05/2014
    I have just completed staining a 2 year old porch with your Redwood stain - love it, and have 4 gallons left over. The next porch is 3-4 times larger and many years older ( 12 - 35). Though I have your stripper, and have pressure washed it, Im tempted to use a less opaque and more solid stain to cover the ancient and far gone wood. What do you think?
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    TWP Stains · 07/05/2014
    Jackie:
    Redoing deck - can't figure out whether to stain or semi stain...Still has original wood that is in good shape. Suggestions? Where can I buy this product? Knoxville, Tn.

    Use a semi-trans color and we can ship it to you.
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    Jackie · 07/04/2014
    Redoing deck - can't figure out whether to stain or semi stain...Still has original wood that is in good shape. Suggestions? Where can I buy this product? Knoxville, Tn.
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    TWP Stains · 07/02/2014
    michael burch:
    can I apply your product with a backpack sprayer? If so is there a particular kind of sprayer that works well?

    Yes, make sure it has a fan tip.
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    TWP Stains · 07/02/2014
    Vinny:
    I just installed a new set of deck steps 5/4"X6X8 treated lumber. I'd like to preserve the wooden appearance. Of course being recently installed, it has never been stained. Each step has 2 treads (10 boards total). What prep is needed & what product(s) shall I purchase?

    Pleas read: http://www.twpstainhelp.com/prepping-new-wood-for-twp-stains/
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    Vinny · 07/01/2014
    I just installed a new set of deck steps 5/4"X6X8 treated lumber. I'd like to preserve the wooden appearance. Of course being recently installed, it has never been stained. Each step has 2 treads (10 boards total). What prep is needed & what product(s) shall I purchase?
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    michael burch · 07/01/2014
    can I apply your product with a backpack sprayer? If so is there a particular kind of sprayer that works well?