TWP 1515 Honeytone

TWP 1515 honeytoneTWP 1515 Honeytone is the lightest color in this series. This color will highlight the grain of your wood with golden tones.

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 1515 Honeytone color will vary based on: 

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

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    M. · 08/24/2022
    So if I add clear to my dark oak the UV protection, etc will be less correct because clear has no protection and I will have to restrain sooner correct ?
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      TWP Stains · 08/24/2022
      You will still get 2-3 years out of it before needing to be done again as long as you are at least 50/50. or more with the Dark Oak.
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    M. · 08/24/2022
    What is the ratio?  When mixing to achieve a lighter brown ?  
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      TWP Stains · 08/24/2022
      That is up to you and how much lighter you want it.
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    M. · 08/23/2022
    What do u suggest if dark oak too dark ? Can we mix 2 colors in the 1500 series to get a more brown tone w no red or orange look on pressure treated pine
    40 yr old deck 
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      TWP Stains · 08/24/2022
      Yes, you can mix colors of the same series. You can add clear to the Dark Oak to lighten the brown.
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    Paula · 07/22/2022
    Can the 1500 series be used for interior cabin walls since it is low VOC?
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      TWP Stains · 07/22/2022
      The 1500 series is oil based so we would not suggest it due to odors if living in the home. 
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        Paula · 07/22/2022
        So what would be used on the interior half of the logs?  Two products for a single log?
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          TWP Stains · 07/22/2022
          An interior stain will work. We do not offer one. 
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    Don · 11/04/2021
    Can the 1500 products be used for interior tongue and groove walls
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      TWP Stains · 11/05/2021
      It can but is will have a very strong odor that will linger when inside so we do not suggest it.
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    Nancy · 09/04/2021
    What is the difference with the TWP 100 series and the 1500 series?  I am looking at Honeytone since we had used Woodguard Honeybase in the past on our log home in Missouri and was wondering which of your 2 stains would be the best for us?
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      TWP Stains · 09/04/2021
      The difference is VOCs and what is allowed in your stare. You can use either in MO.
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        Nancy · 09/04/2021
        Are both series safe near water?  Our home is right on a fishing lake.
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    Sharon · 07/16/2021
    We have built a barn and the wood has been exposed for about a year and a half and it has greyed (which is perfect) but I need to put TWP on it. If I put clear on it then it will continue to grey (which I do not want). Would you suggest the Honey Oak to go on top of it or would that change the color too much?
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      TWP Stains · 07/16/2021
      You have to remove the gray first when you stain and you cannot preserve the current gray. To remove, use the Gemini Restore Kit.
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    Tommy · 06/01/2021
    Which stain will work the best on exterior log walls? 100,200,or 1500
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      TWP Stains · 06/02/2021
      Any of them would would work for a log cabin and equally well.
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    KaraL · 09/02/2020
    I have a deck that I have sanded And is ready for stripping/cleaning in preparation to stain. However, the railing needed to be replaced so this will be new pressure treated lumber. Should I go ahead and finish the deck? Then do the railing next summer? Or wait and do the whole thing at once?
    Also, how do you recommend applying the Honeytone so that it has the deepest color? I see that you sell a brush, paintbrush, and pads.
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      TWP Stains · 09/02/2020
      Do it all at once. Staining brush and pads are the best way to apply.
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    Connor C · 06/26/2020
    Honey tone on 2 year old deck.
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    Mary · 04/25/2020
    Hello, I manage a townhome community and we have always used TWP 200 in gold. Why can't I find info about 200 any more? What's the difference between the 3 types?
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    Phil · 04/21/2020
    On the 100 series honeytone gallery pics they are the same pics as the 1515 series honeytone pics. Are they both the same in color tone . I'm trying to decide but both series show the same gallery.
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      TWP Stains · 04/21/2020
      They are very similar in color.
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    Doug · 04/15/2020
    Which of the lighter colors have better UV protection, Honeytone or Natural?
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      TWP Stains · 04/15/2020
      Honeytone is lighter in color than the Natural.
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    Elizabeth · 05/01/2019
    20 plus old pine deck. Stripped/sanded of paint. Sidee by side pic was First clean and brightener with Gemini restore on the left, second application on the right. Next pic is two coats of the honey tone. Alot of work to get to the actual staining, but it was worth it in the end.
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    Leslie · 05/31/2018
    Thanks! Also, my deck is about 650 sq ft, no railings- will 5 gallons be ok? The Sun shines about7 hours a day on the deck
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      TWP Stains · 05/31/2018
      For two coats applied wet on wet, you will need about 6-7 gallons.
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    Leslie · 05/31/2018
    Does the honeytone has less UV protection because there is less pigment in the stain?
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      TWP Stains · 05/31/2018
      Lighter colors will always have less UV resistance compared to darker colors but you should still be okay with 2 years or so on a wood deck with the Honeytone.