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TWP Contest BUTTON 2020 smallThe TWP 2020 Spring/Summer Restoration Contest is closed! 

Thanks to all the entered this year. Excellent job to all and we appreciate you entering our TWP staining contest for 2020! 

We will contact the winners via their orders.

First Place

Sandra Obryant (Page 1)

First Place = $500 + 5 Gallon Pail of TWP Stain

Second Place

Sheryl McGuire (Page 4)

Second Place = $350 + 3 Gallons of TWP Stain

Third Place

Blue Ridge (Page 5)

Third Place = $200 + 2 Gallons of TWP Stain

Sorry for all that did not win the prizes. We were extremely impressed with all the feedback and entries this year!

 

The TWP 2020 Contest Details

  • All TWP and Prep products must be purchased first from this online retail site (TWPStain.com) between January 1st - Sept 7th, 2020.
  • The deadline for entry is Sept. 20th, 2020.
  • The winner will be decided by Sept. 30th by our team.

Contestant winners will receive

  • First Place = $500 + 5 Gallon Pail of TWP Stain of your choice!
  • Second Place = $350 + 3 Gallons of TWP Stain of your choice!
  • Third Place:= $200 + 2 Gallons of TWP Stain of your choice!

How To Enter Contest

  1. Enter by Sept. 20th, 2020.
  2. In the comment section below, post a short description of your deck/wood staining project, the products used to prep, and the TWP Series and Color used. Examples of wood projects that can be entered: Decks, Fences, Wood Side Homes, Log Cabins, etc.
  3. Add 2 before prepping pictures of the wood that was restored (no more/less). You can still enter if you do not have the before pictures. Decks, wood fences, wood homes, etc are allowed.
  4. 2 after staining pictures must be included (no more/less).
  5. If having trouble uploading the pictures, please make your picture(s) size smaller (below 1 MB).

Any questions or issues posting, please ask in the comment area.

We look forward to all entries and wish everyone "Happy TWP Staining"!

*Disclaimer: All products must be purchased from TWPStain.com. The contest is not open to products purchased from other online dealers or from physical retail stores.

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    Lindsey Valentine · 09/17/2020
    A close up that didn’t attach the first time!
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    Lindsey Valentine · 09/17/2020
    We pressured washed our gazebo that had been neglected before we moved in. After cleaning it up, we bought TWP dark oak stain. It is now a place to relax and enjoy. Now we will start staining the fence and deck with TWP!
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    Theresa Sykes · 09/17/2020
    OK here it is rotated.
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    Theresa Sykes · 09/17/2020
    Sorry about the sideways image. If you click on it, it will rotate.
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    Theresa Sykes · 09/17/2020
    We stained our deck and fence with TWP 200 series Butternut 207. It turned out great and I have had many compliments from friends and neighbors. The water beads up wonderfully when it rains. Looking forward to many years with TWP.
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    Eric Willson · 09/17/2020
    My first IPE Brazilian Walnut deck refinish.
    I first used restore a deck stripper and brighter kit with pressure washer.
    After letting its dry two days.I put a wet on wet coat of TWP 1500 Calif redwood in the shade. I then wiped off excess
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    Eric Willson · 09/17/2020
    My first IPE Brazilian Walnut deck refinish.
    I first used restore a deck stripper and brighter with pressure washer.
    After letting its dry two days.I put a wet on wet coat of TWP 1500 in the shade. I then wiped off excess
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    Scott Raker · 09/16/2020
    Stained a neglected, 30 year old cedar siding home with TWP200 series stain; a custom blend of Butternut and Red Wood. Researched stains for 6 months before choosing TWP and absolutely thrilled with the results. Prior to staining, had house professionally power washed due to excessive mold and mildew. Thanks TWP!
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    Mike · 09/16/2020
    Before and after I stained my new deck with TWP Honeytone 100 series
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    Roger Nichting · 09/15/2020
    My refurbishing project this summer was stripping and staining our 2200s.f. wrap-around deck and railing. It had been more than 18 years since it was installed. We took advantage of buying the TWP Dark Oak (103) stain with the RAD Stripper and RAD Brightner Neutralizer. We also purchased the RAD Thickner Additive and RAD Booster Stripper Additive for our vertical wood struts on the hand railing. TWP worked great as advertised. All in all, TWP made a daunting project easy. The proof is in the pictures, transforming a tired old deck and making it into a gorgeous, like-new deck.
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    John Farley · 09/15/2020
    Our deck is 31 years old-but we have replaced the deck boards several years ago. We used the Gemini Cleaner and Brightener kit and then stained with TWP 1500 Series Black Walnut 1504. The deck cleaned up great. It has been stained numerous times in the past with other stains that we have not been happy with. This stain turned out great. We have done both an upper deck and a lower deck, all of the handrails and spindles, and arbor on end of upper deck. Love the color.
    Also used the Bug Juice and the Crack and Groove Tool 6 inch- which was a big help!
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    Laura Grip · 09/15/2020
    ...then stained the deck floor with TWP100 series in Cape Cod Grey (with the darker Grey accents on the railing being oil based paint). The Railing and Sun room we used Twp 1500 series in Rustic. Note that the deck and railing are pressure treated pine while the sun room siding is untreated pine with untreated poplar wood trim.
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    Laura Grip · 09/15/2020
    We Cleaned Our Back Deck with Restore-a-Deck..
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    Bruce raff · 09/14/2020
    This photo didn’t upload first try
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    Bruce Raff · 09/14/2020
    My “Man-Clave”; deck,pergola, spa. Gemini cleaner & brightener used first. Series 100 pecan (7 gal) on deck and banisters. Redwood (1gal) on trim around steps. Helps considerably when dark and lights on.
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    Dennis P · 09/14/2020
    The other two pictures didn't post for some reason.
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    Dennis P · 09/14/2020
    My deck is 30 years old and I ripped off the pressure treated boards and resurfaced it with 5/4" cedar decking in the spring. I also replaced the wooden rails with a black aluminum rail system. I waited 4 months or so and then cleaned/brightened the surface with the TWP restore a deck kit. The cleaning process was a little more work that I was expecting but it cleaned up real nice. I used the 1501 Cedartone stain and it was very easy to apply. The only time consuming part was the cracks between the deck boards. The next application should go on a lot easier. The deck came out beautiful.
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    Karry Wilson · 09/13/2020
    Additional
    before and after photos.
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    Karry Wilson · 09/13/2020
    We used TWP1504 black walnut to stain our deck. The deck was 3 years old with no stain. We had been dreading the task and kept putting it off. Twp was easy to apply and totally transformed the space. We wish we had done it sooner. Very happy with the product, application process, and outcome.
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    Brianne · 09/13/2020
    These are the other two pics that didn’t upload the first time