TWP 200 Series 5 Gallon

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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

Best coating on the market for shake and shingle cedar roofs.

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    TWP Stains · 01/19/2016
    Fran Edel:
    How many linear feet on a 6 foot high cedar fence, one side? I need the cover footage that I would get per 5 gallons. Sprayed on then brushed in.

    Thanks,

    Fran Edel

    I ma not sure what you mean? Linear feet depends on your total fence length. Multipy that by the height and x2 if doing both sides to get the total sq. footage. Coverage for a 5 gallon pail and [u]2 coats[/u] applied wet on wet is about 500-600 sq. feet.
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    Fran Edel · 01/19/2016
    How many linear feet on a 6 foot high cedar fence, one side? I need the cover footage that I would get per 5 gallons. Sprayed on then brushed in.

    Thanks,

    Fran Edel
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    TWP Stains · 08/10/2015
    Rxtobias:
    We are refinishing our deck. Last time we used butternut. This time is seems really dark. Will it lighten as it dries?

    Yes it can take up t 30 days to cure to a lighter color.
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    Rxtobias · 08/09/2015
    We are refinishing our deck. Last time we used butternut. This time is seems really dark. Will it lighten as it dries?
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    TWP Stains · 07/14/2015
    Nathan DeVries:
    I have rough-sawn cedar bevel siding that I stained with 100 series approximately 6 years ago. I now want to re-stain. Do you recommend using 100 series again or is the 200 series better?

    Use the 100 Series again.
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    Nathan DeVries · 07/14/2015
    I have rough-sawn cedar bevel siding that I stained with 100 series approximately 6 years ago. I now want to re-stain. Do you recommend using 100 series again or is the 200 series better?
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    TWP Stains · 07/01/2015
    eddiewat:
    Hello

    Which series do you recommend for pressure treated flooring in a porch with a roof?

    The 100 or 1500 Series.
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    eddiewat · 07/01/2015
    Hello

    Which series do you recommend for pressure treated flooring in a porch with a roof?
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    TWP Stains · 06/15/2015
    Diane Moses:
    is the 200 series a semi solid

    No it is a semi-transparent.
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    Diane Moses · 06/14/2015
    is the 200 series a semi solid
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    Rick janiszewski · 06/14/2015
    I make benches out of pine logs. I am looking for something to coat them for a life outside. Is there something you can recommend for new pine logs?

    Thank you

    Rick
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    TWP Stains · 05/19/2015
    Use the Gemini Restore Kit for the prep on the playset. Not sure what you mean about working above and below.
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    S. Giacalone · 05/19/2015
    Sorry the playground I referenced was not installed in 2007 it was 2010. That is what I get for not consulting w/ wife as she remembers all of these events by our children's ages.

    Thanks
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    S. Giacalone · 05/19/2015
    Question on calculating square footage needed for each product. I have doubled due to staining the bottom as well as all vertical members. Do you factor in the bottom sq. ft. in calc for the Gemini Restore A Deck. Is that a correct assumption on my part? Also, that bottom side will not have the moisture reduction as the top half (maybe???)so what best practices need to be followed when working below.

    Thanks
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    S. Giacalone · 05/19/2015
    We also have a playground (install 2007)that is all PT wood and has never been stained, sealed or cleaned. What process do you recommend for preparing to stain and what products should I use?
    Thanks
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    TWP Stains · 05/18/2015
    S. Giacalone:
    We just had a new deck built in January 2015 southern exposure so intense sun most of the day. PT wood with American Pine. What TWP will be the best to use? How often do you recommend re-coat? Wood quality has really suffered since the EPA began regulation of levels of arsenic in wood.
    Also what are your thoughts on bug juice....does it really work?

    Also, please share your thoughts on bug juice

    Use the 100 Series. We have good feedback on the Bug Juice. Please read this about new wood:
    http://www.twpstainhelp.com/prepping-new-wood-for-twp-stains/
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    S. Giacalone · 05/18/2015
    We just had a new deck built in January 2015 southern exposure so intense sun most of the day. PT wood with American Pine. What TWP will be the best to use? How often do you recommend re-coat? Wood quality has really suffered since the EPA began regulation of levels of arsenic in wood.
    Also what are your thoughts on bug juice....does it really work?

    Also, please share your thoughts on bug juice
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    TWP Stains · 05/10/2015
    Lynne Kumin:
    We have a new deck, put up in December. It gets direct sun most of the day. I would like to keep most of the natural wood look. Which product would be best?

    Use the 1500 Series for Ohio. Prep first with the Gemini Restore Kit.
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    Lynne Kumin · 05/08/2015
    We have a new deck, put up in December. It gets direct sun most of the day. I would like to keep most of the natural wood look. Which product would be best?
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    TWP Stains · 05/06/2015
    Randy G Goins:
    I have a pressure treated deck that has weathered for about 1 1/2 years, which one of your stains will last the longest. I live in Tennessee. The deck gets a lot of evening sun.

    For a deck you would want the 100 Series for TN.