TWP 200 Series 1 Gallon

$37.95
AVAILABLE COLORS:
200 CLEAR, 201 CEDARTONE, 202 REDWOOD, 203 CEDAR GOLD, 205 CALIFORNIA CEDAR, 206 RUSSET, 207 BUTTERNUT BROWN, 210 SLATE GRAY

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TWP 200 Series is now available to be shipped to Canada!

The TWP 200 Series was designed for shakes and shingles but can be used for all exterior wood surfaces such as decking, fencing, log homes, cedar framed homes, etc.

TWP 200 Series is a semi-transparent oil based penetrating finish designed to extend the life of exterior wood such as decking, cedar shake siding, and shingles. Containing a paraffin oil, TWP 200 series penetrates wood extremely well. The Paraffin oil is a "non-drying" oil that enhances the wood cells structural stability. This greatly improves the woods life and appearance.

TWP 200 Series primary function is to enhance the structural integrity and appearance of aged roofing. The finish composition will minimize grain cracking, cupping, surface erosion, water absorption and surface attack from mildew and algae.  Although the system is highly penetrative, the residual surface film is highly resistant to destructive organisms.  The penetrative portion of the product absorbs into aged and porous wood, adding bulk to aged and brittle wood fiber.  This restores lubricity and flexibility to brittle shingles.  At 94%+ solids, these products comply with all current federal and state VOC (volatile organic compounds) regulations.

TWP 200 SERIES will not crack, peel or blister making maintenance an easy task to perform for extended wood protection.

  • Compliant in all States
  • Sheds and Repels Water
  • Prolongs UV Fading
  • 8 Colors. Can take up to 30 days to cure to final color.

Material Preparation:
Due to different substrates, wood density, sanding, wiping and application methods, and atmospheric conditions, ALWAYS check actual stain color for accuracy before finish work process begins. We are not responsible for color variances following application of the product.

**TWP® 200 Clear allows wood to gray naturally

TWP 200 Series colors

Gallon Sizes: 5 Gallons
Coverage Per Gallon: 150-250 square feet
Coats  Required: 1 Coat
Temperature: 45-95 F
Application Tools: Pad, Sprayer, Brush, Roller
Dry Time: 48-96 Hours.
Cleanup: Mineral Spirits
State VOC Limits: Compliant in all States
More Info: Product Data

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Sunday, 15 April 2018

Excellent stain for cedar shakes and wood siding. Can be used on decks as well.

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    Gary · 04/02/2021
    Is the 1500 series better than 100 series
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      TWP Stains · 04/02/2021
      No, they last about the same on a deck.
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    Hatch · 03/14/2021
    Its been 5 years since we stained our pergola and shed with TWP200 in cedar gold 203. Id like to re-apply with the same stain this spring, and was wondering:

    -what is the prep (cleaner and brightener ?);
    -how many coats to apply?;
    -how many sq/ft coverage per gallon?

    Thank you.
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      TWP Stains · 03/14/2021
      Clean and brighten is correct.
      One coat.
      About 200 sq feet.
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    Guest · 02/25/2021
    I read in your question/answers below that the TWP 100 and 200 perform the same on decks as far as UV protection is concerned. Why then, do you recommend 100 for decks over the 200 series?
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      TWP Stains · 02/26/2021
      The 200 is for shakes and shingles. While it can be used on decks, it can take many days or even a week to cure and dry. The 100 penetrates better and cures and dries faster.
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    Mary · 01/23/2021
    In the 200 series, Which cures browner, the 201 or the 207? I would like a brown color, with no red tones. In the 1500 series which color would be the best brown color with no red tones?
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    Mary · 01/23/2021
    I have outdoor benches that are made of cedar wood and pressure treated wood. Is the 201 Cedartone more like a paint, as it says high solid on the label, or, is it a semi-transparent oil based stain that would allow for seeing the wood grain. Would you recommend the 200 series for benches.
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      TWP Stains · 01/24/2021
      The 200 Series is a semi-transparent stain, not a solid stain that covers the grain.
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    John M. · 11/05/2020
    My dog loves to lick rainwater off our deck. After TWP 200 has dried, is there any toxicity issue?
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      TWP Stains · 11/05/2020
      Once fully cured and dried there are not any issues but make sure it is fully cured and dried.
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    Chris · 09/11/2020
    So is it ok to use TWP 207 on a deck if it says it's for vertical surfaces?
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      TWP Stains · 09/11/2020
      Yes but it may take a few days or longer to properly cure.
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        Chris · 09/12/2020
        Which TWP product is better suited for staining and sealing decks?
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    dennis · 07/15/2020
    Hi TWP, I live in Ontario Canada. And deckstainhelp.com recommend TWP 200 to me.
    My question is
    1.What is the specific difference between TWP 100 and TWP 200?
    Is TWP 200 much better at UV resist than TWP 100?
    2. Is TWP 200 oil base or water base?
    3. Is TWP 200 series all are semi-transparent?
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      TWP Stains · 07/16/2020
      1. VOC compliance. They perform the same.
      2. Oil-based.
      3. Yes.
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    Dean · 07/12/2020
    Our house was stained with #205 California Cedar about 8-10 years ago. Besides pressure washing the areas with water, is there any other prep work necessary before applying the new stain?
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    Alex Milan · 07/06/2020
    We used TWP 206 for the wood on our front porch, which was mostly cedar. We just bought a mahogany door that is raw and in need of staining and we are hoping to use the same TWP 206 stain on this new door. Any issue with using 206 on mahogany? If so, are there any other options for matching to TWP 206? Thanks!
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      TWP Stains · 07/06/2020
      It will not work for a hardwood like Mahogany. You cannot match the color and in general, the TWP stains are not designed for doors.
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    Kristina Germain · 06/29/2020
    We ordered TWP200 in Slate Gray 210 last year. The colour did not come out gray and we need more stain for an air-conditioner screen and raised garden bed. Not sure what colour to order - go with Slate Gray again and hope it wasn’t a mix-up?
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      TWP Stains · 06/29/2020
      Looks like you did not mix it correctly? The pigment does settle and has to be mixed into the stain.
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        Kristina Germain · 06/29/2020
        I’m pretty sure it was well mixed. It was applied last Spring and has faded since then, especially on the deck. It was quite orange last summer. Does this look like it could be Slate Gray on cedar?
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          TWP Stains · 06/30/2020
          If the wood was brand new then possibly. Was the actual stain gray in the can?
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            Kristina Germain · 06/30/2020
            The deck was 3 years old before we stained it. We used the Gemini Restor-A-Deck kit on it before staining. The stain was definitely not gray in the can. I suspect I was sent the wrong colour and the can was mislabelled. Is it possible to get samples of the other colours in order to match it? Is it okay to redo the deck with a similar colour if I can’t match it (i.e. can’t figure out what colour I received).
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    Mauro · 06/19/2020
    If I'm not mistaken, wasn't Honeytone one of the colors available in the twp200 befor?
    Can it be?
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    Darren · 04/28/2020
    We have a 9 year old cedar deck that has always had Superdeck transparent stain on it. First few years were fine but since Sherwin Williams purchased them, it now turns black on us within 8-10 months (Saskatchewan, Canada). So this year we used their cleaner and brightened to get rid of the old stain and mildew, and now we are sanding it with 60-80 grit. With your supply being shut down due to covid, it will likely be a while before it get stained. With your 200 series (Canada), I do have a few questions:

    1. Even after using their cleaner and brightened, plus sanding, should we use your stripper/brightened before applying TWP 200? I am guessing the brightened for sure due to sun fade between sanding and eventual staining, but how about the stripper?
    2. Even after sanding and stripping/cleaning, there is no guarantee that all the superdeck that soaked in has been removed completely. Any idea how. TWP 200 will react if there are traces of superdeck left that soaked into the wood?
    3. There is not a lot of instructions for TWP 200 when applying on a deck, as the product info sheet is mainly for shingles or shakes. Would this be a single coat or a wet on wet 2 coat system? Any tricks for deck applications?
    4. For maintenance, What is a good cleaning product to use to keep it clean or washed down a couple times a year?
    5. When it comes time to retreat, just use cleaner and brightened and the re-stain? Any stripping or sanding required?

    I appreciate your assistance in this. Plan on ordering as soon as ordering is back up and available.

    The deck is 14 ft x 20 ft with 42 inch high railings (about 70 feet) of cedar including spindles, and 10 steps with railings. Would a 5 gal pail be enough?

    I attached a couple photos of the deck when it was new and first stained.
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      TWP Stains · 04/28/2020
      1. Yes, strip and brighten for prep
      2. The stripper will remove it while pressure washing.
      3. Just one coat is enough.
      4. Clean and recoat as needed. Do not need to strip.

      5-gallon should be enough.
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        Darren · 04/28/2020
        Awesome. Any idea when ordering will be available once again?
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          TWP Stains · 04/28/2020
          We are hoping next week as we get caught up and ramp up with a proper team.
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    Paul · 04/26/2020
    We stained our deck with TWP 200 two years ago and it looks great. There are a few spots in the high traffic areas that could use a bit of retouching. Can we simply apply additional stain over those areas, or do they need to be prepped first?
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    Henry · 04/15/2020
    How much will one gallon of TWP 200 cover?
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    jim deweese · 03/24/2020
    i used the 200 series on my deck last year and was happy but over the winter some green mold or algae has grown what can i use to remove the algae without stripping the deck
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      TWP Stains · 03/24/2020
      Try warm water with dish soap and lightly wash with a car wash brush.
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    David · 09/16/2019
    I live in Canada so the obvious choice would be TWP 200. How long does it take to ship to Hamilton, Ontario and if I was to select TWP200 Clear I see you state it will still gray naturally. Does it still provide some UV protection? What other color would you recommend for a very light color to still expose a lot of the natural wood grain. I will be staining a pressure treated existing deck. Thanks
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      TWP Stains · 09/17/2019
      It must be tinted for UV protection. All the colors will show the wood grain. Cedar Gold is lighter and tinted.
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    betty · 08/29/2019
    can I use the 200 stain over a previously stained deck with 100 on it?
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    kotu · 08/11/2019
    Are there any solid stains in TWP? I live in boston, MA. I used wood filler to repair some parts and the wood filler really shows. any suggestions/help please.
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      TWP Stains · 08/11/2019
      Sorry but no, TWP does not come in a solid stain.
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    Scott · 07/12/2019
    The technical specs say only one coat is needed, but the deck stain calculator says it assumes 2 coats, wet on wet. Is 2 coats the recommended amount for TWP 200 on cedar roof shakes that are older?
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      TWP Stains · 07/12/2019
      For older wood roof shakes, yes do two light coats applied wet on wet.