TWP 1530 Natural

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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    Christine Kerner · 06/13/2021
    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
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    Wesley · 12/16/2020
    Building 3 carriage doors for my garage. Each door is 10’x10’, 2x4 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
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      TWP Stains · 12/17/2020
      What is the total wood sq footage added up for all sides being stained?
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        Wesley · 12/18/2020
        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.

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          TWP Stains · 12/19/2020
          One coat is needed and a 5-gallon pail should cover all.
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            Wesley · 12/31/2020
            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
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    Absolute Power Washi · 11/10/2020
    TWP 1530 Natural on pressure treated pine fence
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    Jason · 07/30/2020
    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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    Jamey Brown · 07/27/2020
    Does anyone have a pic of TEO 1530 Natural on cedar shakes?
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    Tom · 07/13/2020
    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?
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    John Page · 07/12/2020
    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?
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    Mike · 06/26/2020
    What is the estimated coverage of one gallon of 1530 stain
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      TWP Stains · 06/26/2020
      150-250 sq feet per gallon per coat.
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        Mike · 06/26/2020
        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.
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          TWP Stains · 06/27/2020
          Yes but always back brush to ensure an even application.
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    Paula · 06/24/2020
    Do we need to seal it too?
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      TWP Stains · 06/24/2020
      No. You cannot seal over the TWP stain.
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    K W · 06/11/2020
    TWP Natural on treated pine.
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    Eric · 05/18/2020
    Can someone send me a link to purchase the 1530 natural pen stain.... i can’t find it on the website to purchase it
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    Eric · 05/13/2020
    Natural 1530 on pressure treated pine
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    Eric · 05/13/2020
    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
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    Cjoe · 04/07/2020
    Contrast pic of deck stained with 1530 Natural and deck pressure washed with no stain