TWP 1501 Cedartone

TWP 1501 cedartoneTWP 1501 Cedartone is the most popular color in the 1500 Series. It is a brownish/cedar color that is slightly darker than the 100 Series Cedartone.

TWP 1500 Series is available in 9 semi-transparent color choices that penetrate into the wood while enhancing the natural wood grain. The 1500 Series is higher in solids content which may result in "richer" colors than the 100 Series. In general, the 1500 Series color will not match the colors in the 100.

Final TWP 1501 Cedartone color will vary based on:

  • Type of Wood
  • Age of Wood
  • Prepping of Wood
  • Application method

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    Marv · 08/05/2022
    Hello, looking at the customer photo albums, trying to chose between 1501 cedar tone and 1530 natural. They’re so similar. Can anyone explain the difference between the two?  Thank you 
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      TWP Stains · 08/05/2022
      1501 has a little more brown than the 1530.
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    Lee Courtright · 07/22/2022
    In Wisconsin, I have just thoroughly power sanded a 10 year old treated lumber deck that had been stained with a  solid color stain 5 years ago and had peeled terribly.  Except for some very fine grooves where some of the original stain still shows, the boards look great now.  Should I power wash before applying your 1500 stain?  Would you advise still using your deck brightener or would you need to see a picture first?  Thanks.
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      TWP Stains · 07/22/2022
      Yes, we need to see some pics posted.
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    Dan · 07/12/2022
    The cabin walls were freshly restained (done every 10 yr); the deck was last stained 2 yr ago (and about to be restained)
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    Mike Folop · 07/04/2022
    What kind of finish will I end up with is it satin or semi gloss?
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      TWP Stains · 07/05/2022
      There is no shine with the TWP stains.
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    Peter G · 05/11/2022
    Since the 1501 Cedartone is darker than the 1530 Natural, will it offer better U.V. protection?  I have samples of both colors and I just would like to know if the darker stain will outlast the lighter one.  Thanks for your help.
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      Marv · 08/05/2022
      Did you test the samples? Do you have a picture?  I’d love to see the difference between the two. Those are the same colors we are trying to decide between
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        Peter G · 08/07/2022
        I applied the two sample colors 3 months ago to my 7 year-old pressure treated deck.  The Natural color (left side of photo) is a little lighter and brighter than the Cedartone with more yellow/orange tones.  The Cedartone is a little darker with more brown in it. I’m planning to try a Pecan sample before deciding on a color.  Good luck, Marv!
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          Marv · 08/07/2022
          Thanks for sharing the picture. We’re going with just the cedar tone 
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      TWP Stains · 05/11/2022
      They will last the same. 
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    Ralph · 05/06/2022
    My deck is several years old and has been stained with Behr semi transparent stain. I am planning to use your 1500 stain with the Rad stripper and brighten, will this work?
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      TWP Stains · 05/06/2022
      Post some pics for prep help as Behr sometimes cannot be stripped as it can go on like an opaque stain.
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    Irene · 01/27/2022
    Hi, do you have a place in Austin, Texas or Round Rock, Texas or Cedar Park, Texas where we can purchase your product?  I am looking at the 1500 Series for a brand new cedar fence.  Appreciate your help.  
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      TWP Stains · 01/28/2022
      We sell online only as a TWP dealer. 
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    geno · 10/05/2021
    Hi, doing cedar siding in VA.  Can't get 101 so need to go with 1501.  Do we still apply 2 coats wet-on-wet?
    Thanks.
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    Kevin · 07/22/2021
    New deck pressure treated wood. 6 months old, I gonna use 1501 ceder stain deck is 8ft high. Do I stain all area of the wood.
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    1234 · 04/27/2021
    What 200 series is closest to this color?
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    Becky Eich · 04/04/2021
    Which one is more red- cedar tone or pecan? I prefer more brown over red.
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    Sean · 09/23/2020
    Any recommendations on high traffic areas? Im on my second season,and its going to need another next spring. Love the product, loyal customer
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    KaraL · 09/22/2020
    I will be laying new cedar decking this fall in New York. Should I stain to prevent graying?
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    John Green · 08/12/2020
    Zip is 98110 where can I Buy Cedartone TWP?
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      TWP Stains · 08/12/2020
      We personally sell online only from our website to your door.
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    Ivan · 06/18/2020
    Do you sell a 5 gallon quantity?
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    Mike · 06/08/2020
    My deck had not been stained in 7 years and looked pretty rough. I used the TWP 1501 Cedartone and it turned out great!
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    Valerie · 06/08/2020
    I need TWP 1501 Light cedar stain 5 gallons. Where can I buy this? Zip code 48382
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      TWP Stains · 06/08/2020
      We are located at:

      2388 Franklin Rd
      Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

      1501 is Cedartone, not Light Cedar. There is not a Light Cedar Color.
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        Valerie · 06/08/2020
        Thanks! In stock? Do you deliver? Phone number I called was a fax
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          TWP Stains · 06/08/2020
          In stock and you can pick up. 248-858-8900
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          Valerie · 06/08/2020
          And what is the price please ?
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    Todd · 05/12/2020
    I stained my deck last fall, but it rained about 6 hours later. The color looks good but should i put another coat on it this spring?
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      TWP Stains · 05/12/2020
      If it looks good then leave it until next year.
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    Donna · 05/09/2020
    We used TWP Natural on cedar siding many years ago--loved it. I do have

    .a few questions. At a different house now and have a deck to stain (new pressure treated wood--is at 5 months old, nothing applied to it). In Illinois, so looking at 1500 series. Question is we used Natural on cedar siding previously, would you recommend Cedartone for pressure treated wood for similar tone? Natural on pressure treated seems like it may not have much tone. I looked through gallery, but I am not sure which photos are pressure treated woods. I did read about new wood prep, you are still recommending cleaner/brightener for 5 month old pressure treated correct? Thank you
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    Andrew · 05/07/2020
    Any merits to applying a water sealer on top of the TWP 100 stain on a deck?
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      TWP Stains · 05/09/2020
      You cannot add a sealer on top of a deck stain. It will not work.
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        Andrew · 05/09/2020
        ok—thanks!