TWP 200 Series 5 Gallon

$189.95
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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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Thursday, 19 October 2017

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    Jennifer · 04/08/2021
    I'm looking for a 200 series stain that will match well with Trex Rocky Harbor.
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    Gary Kunin · 02/23/2021
    Can TWP be applied over a deck previously stained with a water based stain?
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      TWP Stains · 02/23/2021
      No, you cannot apply TWP over and other brand of stain. It has to be removed first. It does not matter the base.
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    ProctorsUnlimitedLLC · 12/13/2020
    I have used 200 series for 20 years doing cedar shake roofs, I have just done a house in the 210 slate and ran short on stain, the homeowner had 40 gallons already purchased, I have apx. 7 gallons left and need another 7 or 8 to do the final section but I can’t seem to find anyone who carries the 200 series in stock in the St. Louis area. There used to be multiple places that carried it & now it seems to be that they either have to order it or they only carry the 100 series. They are all saying 2 weeks to get the product in, which is too long, I’m already pushing it when it comes to the weather/time of year & I fear that in 2 weeks it will be too cold until spring therefore I won’t be able to finish the project. Is there any way to pay extra to rush my order? If not, I found a store that has the grey in the 100 series in stock so the final section of the roof is a front & back over the garage, could I use the 100 series on the back of the garage? How close is it in color to the 200 series slate? Or would it be better to mix the 7 gallons I have with the 7 gallons of the 100 series and then do the front & back both in the mixture? Thank you
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      TWP Stains · 12/14/2020
      The 100 is not going to match the 200 Series so you will need to stay with the same series and color. Do not mix.
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    Travis · 12/04/2020
    I have a home with California cedar on it. Can I use the 100 series and get the same results? If so which color should I use? Not sure of the difference between the two.
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      TWP Stains · 12/04/2020
      You would have to fully strip off the 200 if you wanted to switch to the 100 Series.
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        Erin · 12/07/2020
        I am in Canada now and cannot import the 100 series here, just the 200. Our deck facing the water is done with 100 series (brought with us moving), and our front deck is done with the 200 series. the cedar color cedar gold is very similar to the cedar color in the 100 series. No one can tell that the decks were not done in the same color. We are aware that the next time we do the deck facing the water we will have to strip it to apply the 200 series. Doing a bit of a comparison to see which one does better over time. Love the 100 series from past experience!
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    Lisa · 10/21/2020
    When using pressure treated pine, is it true one should go with a darker tone to avoid it looking yellowish or more orange after a while that might happen with colors like plain Cedartone or California Cedar?
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    Geof · 09/16/2020
    Hi - I previously did my deck with the 100 series Pecan - which colour best matches this on the 200 series?
    My understanding is that I use the restore a deck stipper/brightner kit and then I can put the 200 series over the 100 series WP - is that correct?
    Finally - on a front step it wears quickly - is there a better more resilient stain that can be used there?
    I am in Canada
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      TWP Stains · 09/16/2020
      Butternut Brown is the closest but a little darker. Strip and Brighten for prep.
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    Ben · 09/08/2020
    I'm going to stain my new cedar fence. I would like more brown color to show instead of the reddish orange colors. Which 100 or 200 series will get me more of the brown color to come through?
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    Lauren · 08/30/2020
    what color would in the 100 series is closest to TWP201 Cedartone?
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    betty · 08/26/2020
    can i use this product to freshen up anm old weathered fence?
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    John Parm · 08/08/2020
    I have a Cape Cod house that has new white cedar class A shakes (installed spring 2019)on three sides, the east, west, and south sides. We are in the late summer of 2020 now.
    How long should I wait to stain them with TWP 200 series stains?
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    Erin · 08/08/2020
    What cedar color is closest in twp200 to the cedar 101 in twp100 series ?
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    Matt G · 08/05/2020
    Let me try that again! California Cedar for shakes, matching California Redwood decking... sorry.
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    Matt G · 08/04/2020
    the images for California Cedar and Californa Gold above love very similar... can you describe the difference or send some photos as applied? We are using California Redwood on our decks...

    We love the natural-looking color of the cedar generally... so trying to stay in that general range and want to avoid "orange" looking shingles over time.
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      TWP Stains · 08/04/2020
      California Redwood is a little redder than the Cedar Gold.
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        Matt G · 08/05/2020
        what about the difference between Cedar Gold and California Gold in TWP 200 for cedar shingle siding? What would match best generally with California Redwood decking that is right under it?
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          TWP Stains · 08/05/2020
          California Redwood would give a slightly redder tint to blend better with Redwood decking.
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            Matt G · 08/05/2020
            You mean California Gold TWP 200 for the siding would be similar in color to the California Redwood decking? Correct?
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              TWP Stains · 08/05/2020
              Closer but not the same. You cannot make different wood types look the same when stained.
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        Matt G · 08/04/2020
        Are there any better photos that I could see a larger sample side by side? the photos above look basically identical.

        Which would match better with California Redwood?
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          TWP Stains · 08/04/2020
          Sorry but we do not have larger photos and colors will always vary anyhow based on the wood type and age of the wood. You can test samples here: https://www.twpstain.com/stain-samples

          Note: It takes the 200 Series 1-2 weeks to cure to final color after applying.
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    Robin · 07/31/2020
    I’m wondering how I should clean the shoe marks from my deck? The stain is only a couple months old and the rubber soles seems to discolour the surface a lot. My father’s rubber cane tip made a huge mess of it.
    When I tried to clean with soap and water it really lightened the pigment of the deck stain in an unacceptable way.
    What’s the suggested way to clean the marks from the deck surface?
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      TWP Stains · 07/31/2020
      Sorry, but there is not a way to just remove the rubber sole marks and not remove some of the stain at the same time.
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        Robin · 07/31/2020
        So you mean that a premium deck stain picks up rubber from regular shoes and leaves black marks and there’s no way to clean it without having to re-stain the whole board?
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          TWP Stains · 08/01/2020
          It is not the stain's fault that the rubber is rubbing off. This would happen if the wood was unstained as well.
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    JST · 07/31/2020
    A local roof guy told me the TWP210 will protect my roof for up to 5 years while the TWP200 will only last 1/2 as long. Any comment on this? Does the additional stain help preserve the covered cedar shingles longer?
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      TWP Stains · 07/31/2020
      The tinted colors will last twice as long as the Clear.
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    Joe B · 07/30/2020
    My questions are for using TWP 200 Series;

    After cleaning my logs I know they will be dry and porous, do I need to use an application prior to staining to prevent blotching? Also,

    I'll only be able to do a portion of the home but know I need 2- 5 gal pails, should they be bought at one time to maintain color/production run or doesn't it matter.

    Thank you,
    Joe
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      TWP Stains · 07/30/2020
      No, do not apply anything before staining. By at the same time.
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    Byron · 07/17/2020
    What is going to provide the best UV protection - cedartone, cedar gold or california?

    Also, what is the approx shipping time to BC Canada?
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    Gwen · 07/15/2020
    Also, how much would I need for an 80 foot board on board fence, 6 feet tall?
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      TWP Stains · 07/15/2020
      For a total of 1000 sq feet, you would need about 7-10 gallons.
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    Gwen · 07/15/2020
    Is it possible to get samples of the TWP 200 Series colours? I followed a link to the sample site but there was none of the 200 series.
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    Robin · 07/13/2020
    I applied TWP 203 to my back deck over 4 weeks ago. My parents came to visit and the rubber foot of my father's cane marked all over the surface of the deck. I took some soap and water to it, which partially removed the black marks but also lightened a patch of my stain! Now I'm left with a mess on my nice newly stained deck. What's the best way to proceed to fix this? More soap and water and scrub to remove the black marks, then a light reapplication of stain over the top? I really hope I don't need to sand the single board down and re-do the whole thing. Help!
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      TWP Stains · 07/14/2020
      Do a light pressure wash with a cleaner to all wood and then a very light coat.
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        Robin · 07/14/2020
        You’re not suggesting that I pressure wash the whole board back to bare wood are you? Just the problem area?
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          TWP Stains · 07/14/2020
          The whole board otherwise it will not blend when you recoat.