TWP is Now Being Sold into Canada

by TWP Stains

TWP Deck Stain CanadaNot all wood stains and sealers, especially oil based formulas, are compliant in Canada. Canada has Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) concentration limits in place to protect the environment and the health of Canadians. However, there are some quality oil based wood stains that are compliant with these strict laws. One such product is TWP 200 Series.

Total Wood Preservative (TWP) 200 is an oil based stain that protects against structural damage and wood rot for above ground exterior wood surfaces. The great news about TWP now being sold into Canada is that it is a low VOC preservative with unique UV shielding pigments that reduces wood fading, discoloring and graying. TWP uses select mildewcides that naturally inhibit the growth of fungal molds and mildews.

 

TWP also resists water and moisture absorption that can lead to freeze damage in colder climates like Canada. Freeze damage is responsible for board warping, splitting, cracking and structural harm. TWP 200 is user-friendly and easy to apply and maintain down the road. It will not chip, flake or peel like film forming types of wood stains. It dives deep into the wood pores to resist water and reflect harmful UV rays. This semi-transparent wood stain formula preserves wood and enhances the wood grain’s natural beauty.

Canadians can buy TWP 200 Series 5 Gallon Pails with confidence knowing that this low 250 VOC formula will enhance and protect wood surfaces in harsh weather. This is a great way to protect your investment as opposed to using a lesser quality or non-compliant stain. TWP is the professional’s choice for all exterior wood surfaces such as fencing, wood siding, decking, roofing and log homes. TWP 200 is now being sold into Canada and will standup to hard winters, foot traffic and summer heat like no other VOC compliant oil based stain on the market.

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Alex
Alex
9 days ago

Can I use twp 200 over Berh deck plus stain and sealer penetrating oil semi transparent without sanding?

Graham
Graham
1 month ago

Hello. I’m in Canada and previously used the TWP 101 pro series cedar tone as I was able to bring it from the US. Now I would like to redo it and wondering what the process would be? 700 sq ft. I have some of your restore-a deck cleaner and brightener but would presumably need more of that. Is this the correct product to use or would I need to strip before using the 200 series? How many gallons of stain would be required?

Marc
Marc
1 month ago

Hi,
I am looking at options to preserve my newly installed cedar shake roof (about 1500sqft). The house is located in Yukon Canada. The shakes are currently untreated and started to peel and turn gray after only one year. I would like to preserve the natural color of the shakes. Is your TWP200 suitable for cedar shakes and do you have a transparent version of it? How many gallon for a 1500sqft surface?
Thanks

Taher
Taher
1 month ago

Hi , how long does it take to ship to Montreal, in worst case? Thanks

dave
dave
10 months ago

I’ve used stains 2x last 5 years.  Sanded the deck before last stain just peals away.  turned the bollards what do recommend? last picture was before

Tony
Tony
1 year ago

I am looking for a dealer in alberta 

karine
karine
1 year ago

I am looking for a dealer in Montreal?

Cherine
Cherine
1 year ago

I live in Quebec,Canada and have purchased your 200 series (and stripper and brighter)for my deck. My 2 questions are:It says on the containers that it is for vertical surfaces and should be applied with only one coat?not two. 
  Second question: in the future do I have to re-strip and not only power wash before staining with the same product?

Dustin
Dustin
1 year ago

We use to use the twp 300 series on our bamboo fences what is the difference between the 200 and 300 series?

Dustin Jay Tizzard
Dustin Jay Tizzard
1 year ago
Reply to 

Can you buy the 300 series in Canada

Christina
Christina
1 year ago

We are in Canada but have used TWP Total Wood Preservative that we bought in USA on our garage door in Redwood, which I found to be too red for my taste. Can I use TWP 200 over top of of it in another shade after a light sanding?

Suzanne
Suzanne
1 year ago

Where in Canada can I buy this

Glen Wolgemuth
Glen Wolgemuth
2 years ago

I am planning to build a pergola with fresh sawn rough cut eastern white pine.  Do I have to air dry it (to what moisture content) before I can use the TWP 200 (I’m in Canada). 

Glen Wolgemuth
Glen Wolgemuth
2 years ago
Reply to 

I did review that help page but it contains the phrase  “Just make sure the wood is fully dry”.  So again, my question is what moisture content is allowable?

Romeo
Romeo
2 years ago

Hello, I am interested in the TWP200 Deck stain and am located in Toronto, Canada. Below is a picture of my current deck having done a removal of Behr DeckOver from last year that failed miserably.
Will your deck stain cover the mess left behind from DeckOver? 

Used Behr DeckOver, after 1 year it is a terrible mess.
Romeo
Romeo
2 years ago
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Thanks for your quick and honest reply.

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