TWP 1530 Natural

by TWP Stains

TWP 1530 NaturalTWP 1530 Natural was introduced to resemble the 101 Cedartone Natural color. This color is not a “Clear”. This color is a traditional cedar color that highlights your wood grain with Caramel/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 1530 Natural color will vary based on:

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

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Mickael
Mickael
3 months ago

Hello, does Natural have some underlying reddish in it? I need something more brown (like oak) but light as well. I’m hesitating with Pecan. 

Ben
Ben
3 months ago
Reply to  Mickael

My opinion yes natural has some red tones. More brown tones would be Honeytone. I know it seems it would be pecan but Honeytone is the most natural with brown tones. 

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9 months ago

1530 Natural – The absolute best stain hands down on our 35+ yr. old stripped down deck and then brought back to life!! Solid stain is never what u want on your wood it looks cheep and covers your wood grain forever. Yuck & Yuck!
This stain has oil in it so you see and smell that the wood is just soaking it in. An amazing product that reveals the wood grain’s natural beauty!
This color was exactly what I wanted … like rain had just fallen on the deck making it have a beautiful brownish wet look! Blown away!
TWP Stain has won us for a lifetime! 

JimH
JimH
1 year ago

How does the color of 1530 natural compare to 205 California cedar?

JimH
JimH
1 year ago
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Understood.  I tried a sample of 205 California cedar on new rough sawn pine.  The color is too dark for me.  Will the 1530 natural be lighter in color on the same wood?  Thanks.

JimH
JimH
1 year ago
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Thanks, but can I expect the 1530 natural to be lighter in color than 205 when applied to the same wood and after becoming fully cured?

Darnell Wilsby
Darnell Wilsby
1 year ago
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What happens to the product when submerged?

Linda Bay
Linda Bay
2 years ago

Can you use this on Bamboo panel fencing?   Will it seal the bamboo?

Kris Herout
Kris Herout
2 years ago

Love this color and product!!!

Bob Villa
Bob Villa
2 years ago

Is your stain resistant to wood beetle invasion?

Matthew
Matthew
1 year ago
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Since Bug Juice is a contact insectide, is it safe for pets like dogs?

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2 years ago

Hi – I bought two samples but didn’t get any instructions how to claim the costs against a 5 Gallon order.Thank you, ChristinePs. The samples are very small. I am ordering two more

Wesley
Wesley
3 years ago

Building 3 carriage doors for my garage. Each door is 10’x10’, 2×4 frame, smooth 1/4” plywood on back of door, finished on front with new rough sawn cedar planks with 18” of glass on top. Doors are in North Carolina and face West. I want to stain the framework and the back to match. I’m assuming a single coat for new cedar wood once they are ready. I just need help with how many gallons to cover this much area. The framework is throwing me off on my numbers. Thank you

Wesley
Wesley
3 years ago
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The closest square footage for the front, back and framing is 640 total for all 3 doors. That is giving us a little wiggle room to the plus side. I hope this helps.

Wesley
Wesley
3 years ago
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Changing the wood to white oak from a local sawmill. Want to have a nice darkish golden color when finished. What stain should I order for this new wood choice and desired color? Thanks

Absolute Power Washi
Absolute Power Washi
3 years ago

TWP 1530 Natural on pressure treated pine fence

Jason
Jason
3 years ago

Do you have any photos of TWP 1530 on redwood? Looking to stain a fence, and want to showcase the color variance in the wood without being too yellow. Thanks!

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3 years ago
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I do now! TWP 1530 on new, aged redwood.

Stacey
Stacey
1 year ago
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Looks great! Why did you decide this color over CA redwood? Also, do you have a before photo of this?

Jason
Jason
1 year ago
Reply to  Stacey

I do have a before photo. 

And we felt the CA redwood color was too red. We let the natural Redwood age for 6 months before staining and really like the color it had turned in that time. This was the closet match. 

Jamey Brown
Jamey Brown
3 years ago

Does anyone have a pic of TEO 1530 Natural on cedar shakes?

Jamey Brown
Jamey Brown
3 years ago
Reply to  Jamey Brown

Correction TWP 1530 natural.

Tom
Tom
3 years ago

How does natural compare to cedar tone? Our home has new cedar deck installed with bronze railings( window caping, gutters, and brick brown accent. What would you recommend?

John Page
John Page
3 years ago

Hello, I am installing a deck with ipe wood and am looking for a uv stain with the most natural look, and least amount of darkening. Is TWP 1500 formulated for wood like ipe?

Mike
Mike
3 years ago

What is the estimated coverage of one gallon of 1530 stain

Mike
Mike
3 years ago
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I am sealing/staining an older fence that has been power washed and looks great. I have used a manual pump-up sprayer to apply your stain in the past. I am using your 1530 Natural stain on the fence. Will the pump-up sprayer work well for this application? Please provide any suggestions.

Paula
Paula
3 years ago

Do we need to seal it too?

K W
K W
3 years ago

TWP Natural on treated pine.

Eric
Eric
3 years ago

Can someone send me a link to purchase the 1530 natural pen stain…. i can’t find it on the website to purchase it

Etic
Etic
3 years ago
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Thanks for the link but I don’t see the “pen” , I need it for touch ups please let me know where I can buy the 1530 “pen” stain

Eric
Eric
3 years ago
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This is on your website???? I would like to buy the one that matches 1530 natural series???

Eric
Eric
3 years ago

Natural 1530 on pressure treated pine

Eric
Eric
3 years ago

For anyone trying to pick a color… this is natural 1530 on pressure treated pine.. weathered for 9 months… cleaned and brightened for prep…. came out fantastic

Cjoe
Cjoe
3 years ago

Contrast pic of deck stained with 1530 Natural and deck pressure washed with no stain

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