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?
  5. Small description of the area to be treated.

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    TWP Stains · 05/15/2014
    Brian Pellissier:
    What do you recommend for sealing exterior cypress? Also, I want to stain some cypress beams in the interior of my house also. I've read that you have to but a sealer on them first like Bullseye shellac, lightly sand them with steel wool and then apply a stain. What process do you recommend for staining process.

    Thanks
    Brian

    No you cannot apply a shellac first than stain. It will never absorb. In addition you cannot apply shellac on top of the TWP. You can use the 1500 Series on the Cypress with no issues.
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    Brian Pellissier · 05/14/2014
    What do you recommend for sealing exterior cypress? Also, I want to stain some cypress beams in the interior of my house also. I've read that you have to but a sealer on them first like Bullseye shellac, lightly sand them with steel wool and then apply a stain. What process do you recommend for staining process.

    Thanks
    Brian
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    Rex Mustain · 05/14/2014
    Wood is 1 year old. I was told to let it season.

    Cedar

    Good

    no stain has been used.

    We used trexx for screened deck. I want to use Dark walnut so do I need to use wood brightner? since it will be covered with dark stain.

    I think I only need two gallons. How long does the stain last if I buy a 5gallon pale?

    Thanks, Rex
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    TWP Stains · 05/14/2014
    Darrell and Suzanne:
    After our house was built, we waited 2 years to stain the deck. We cleaned it, pressure washed it, waited a couple days, and used a Behr stain, 2 coats. It lasted a year. We don't want to make a mistake this time.
    It's is treated fir, now 4 years old. Old stain is almost peeled off.
    How do we rid of the left over paint? Pressure wash or chemical treatment? Then please advise with the next steps we should take. Thanks.

    D and S, chemical stripper and pressure washing to remove the Behr. You may need to sand as well. Once removed, stain with the 1500 Series.
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    daniel clough · 05/14/2014
    3 year old cedar was stained 2 years ago with sillkins. All pealed off power washed all off.
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    Darrell and Suzanne · 05/13/2014
    After our house was built, we waited 2 years to stain the deck. We cleaned it, pressure washed it, waited a couple days, and used a Behr stain, 2 coats. It lasted a year. We don't want to make a mistake this time.
    It's is treated fir, now 4 years old. Old stain is almost peeled off.
    How do we rid of the left over paint? Pressure wash or chemical treatment? Then please advise with the next steps we should take. Thanks.
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    ngabriel · 05/13/2014
    So 1500 clear is to be used by itself or mixed with another 1500 stain. What is the effect of mixing it? Does it just affect the color/tone?

    TheSealerStore"][quote name="ngabriel:
    Is there value in applying the 1500 clear as a topcoat over one of the other 1500 products (value as in appearance, protection, etc.)?[/quote]
    No value and actually could create issues.
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    TWP Stains · 05/13/2014
    ngabriel:
    Is there value in applying the 1500 clear as a topcoat over one of the other 1500 products (value as in appearance, protection, etc.)?

    No value and actually could create issues.
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    ngabriel · 05/13/2014
    Is there value in applying the 1500 clear as a topcoat over one of the other 1500 products (value as in appearance, protection, etc.)?
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    TWP Stains · 05/12/2014
    Jeff Viehmeyer:
    I had a 5 gal bucket of your twp 100. I used up the 5 gal bucket on my fence and had to buy 7 more gallons. The original 5 gallon bucket may have been 3-4 years old in cedartone. The new twp 100 is probably 2 shades lighter than the older twp 100. Now I have 2 different colored fence. How can the shade change that much and what do I do now to get my fence to match? I have always use twp but that will change after my recent experience. Fence looks awful.

    Jeff, it is the shelf life of the product that most likely caused this. You were far outside it.
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    Jeff Viehmeyer · 05/11/2014
    I had a 5 gal bucket of your twp 100. I used up the 5 gal bucket on my fence and had to buy 7 more gallons. The original 5 gallon bucket may have been 3-4 years old in cedartone. The new twp 100 is probably 2 shades lighter than the older twp 100. Now I have 2 different colored fence. How can the shade change that much and what do I do now to get my fence to match? I have always use twp but that will change after my recent experience. Fence looks awful.
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    TWP Stains · 05/11/2014
    Ed88:
    What is shipping cost for 1 gallon to 08873?

    Probably $12-$15. Checkout would tell you.
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    Ed88 · 05/10/2014
    What is shipping cost for 1 gallon to 08873?
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    TWP Stains · 05/09/2014
    Tom N.:
    I had my deck stained with TWC California Cedar 3 years ago. I washed deck and still see heavier paint strokes from the original application. Do I have to strip the surface again, or just apply TWC 1500 right over the remaining stain? The wood is 10 years old, 431 sq. ft.

    If the old coating of TWP is uneven than you should strip it off and brighten the wood for the prep.
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    Tom N. · 05/09/2014
    I had my deck stained with TWC California Cedar 3 years ago. I washed deck and still see heavier paint strokes from the original application. Do I have to strip the surface again, or just apply TWC 1500 right over the remaining stain? The wood is 10 years old, 431 sq. ft.
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    TWP Stains · 05/07/2014
    Jim Martin:
    My deck is roughly 900 sq ft with 13 steps 4' wide. The wood is 20 years old and in pretty good shape. I previously used Cabot Australian Wood Oil and Olympic stain. Cabot didn't last and Olympic wouldn't dry. 240 sq ft is covered and the rest is open. I live in NE Kentucky. I just finished cleaning the entire deck with Krud Cutter deck cleaner and a power washer. What do you suggest for staining this deck? Thanks - Jim

    Jim, you need to remove the old coatings to use TWP correctly. Did the cleaner remove? If not than you need to strip off. Use 1500 Series for this.
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    Jim Martin · 05/07/2014
    My deck is roughly 900 sq ft with 13 steps 4' wide. The wood is 20 years old and in pretty good shape. I previously used Cabot Australian Wood Oil and Olympic stain. Cabot didn't last and Olympic wouldn't dry. 240 sq ft is covered and the rest is open. I live in NE Kentucky. I just finished cleaning the entire deck with Krud Cutter deck cleaner and a power washer. What do you suggest for staining this deck? Thanks - Jim
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    TWP Stains · 05/06/2014
    Chris C."][quote name="TheSealerStore:
    Chris, you cannot use TWP on the One Time. You must remove it. Once removed, use the 1500 Series.[/quote]

    Will the RAD stain stripper remove the One Time or should it be sanded?

    It should remove it.
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    Chris C. · 05/06/2014
    TheSealerStore:
    Chris, you cannot use TWP on the One Time. You must remove it. Once removed, use the 1500 Series.


    Will the RAD stain stripper remove the One Time or should it be sanded?
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    TWP Stains · 05/06/2014
    Jay, you will have to remove the Cabot first. How to depends on what type of Cabot it is as they are not all the same. Northern VA and you will need 1500 Series otherwise you can use either.