Also what are your thoughts on bug juice....does it really work?
Also, please share your thoughts on bug juice
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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?
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.
I have purchased a new home that the outside decks have been stained with California cedar # 205 shake & shingle sealant squ. # 7 44575 20505 6 I love it & need to order 5 gals. is this still available I would like to order this right away if you need to contact me 908-907-7437 I just want to make sure all is the same the can lists a date of 2007 on it.
I just purchased 5 gallons of your 210 slate grey. the grey is very hard and solid like on the bottom of the can.is not stirring up very well. any ideas?
I purchased 1 gallon of TWP slate Gray 210 several years ago . I now need to replace some deck boards and re- stain.
Do you still sell in a single gallon container?
Ive done some research and have decided on trying your product. I have rough cut red cedar I milled 3 years ago that has been stored in a shed. It will be installed vertically. I am wondering about the clear finish. If I use it will it naturally turn gray even it I kept up on maintenance and recoated as per your specs? DO you recommend coating the back side also? It will be installed with horizontal nailers about every 2 feet. The cedar is a full 1 inch thick and random widths of 6 to 8 inches wide. Also, there is some with dark red to purple in color due to not being in the sun. I assume that will fade out in a short ammount of time? Kinda kicking around the idea of the Gray color also. Do you have or know of where I could see some colors on some actual houses? Thanks for your time, as I am sure Ill have a couple more Questions.
I have a 35 year old cedar shiplap (tongue and grove) siding... fairly worn stuff. My painter is reccommending the 200 series over the 1500 series. The 200 series will work on Shiplap, right? The product says that it is for shake and shingle but I assume it will work on any type of cedar well. Thanks.
I have a hem/fir log cabin like novelty siding. It has been stained with Olympic Cedartone 4 years ago and is starting to fade. What TWP stain would be appropriate to stain over this? What cedar tone like stain is the lightest color?
Hello - I am in Michigan and had a cedar fence installed in June - a few areas have begun to gray slightly, but for the most part I like the more natural color shade and do not want to hide the rough wood grains - which stain would be best to give me a slight tint without having a painted or solid-stain appearance?
Right now I'm leaning towards TWP200 or 203 - will that be my best bet to add a little bit of color without masking the natural look of the fence?
Thank you for your help!
Hello, please help. I recently received 2 estimates for a deck stain. The first guy said he would use 2 coats of TWP 100. The next person said that he would use a single coat of TWP 201. When I asked about the difference, he told me that the 201 was just a commercial grade product. I went with the second guy and today my deck was stained with 201. After reading the PDS for 200, I see that the product is intended for shakes / shingles. I am especially concerned about the statement that "the system is designed for non-traffic surfaces"
Do I have anything to be concerned about since the 201 was applied to a surface that it wasn't intended? Do you have any info on using this product on decks?
Thank you for any information.