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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    Glen Wolgemuth · 06/27/2022
    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). 
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    Romeo · 06/01/2022
    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? 
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      TWP Stains · 06/01/2022
      Unfortunately, you will have to remove 100% of the DeckOver before using any other stain. This will require heavy power sanding.
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        Romeo · 06/01/2022
        Thanks for your quick and honest reply.
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    Ruth Robb · 03/15/2022
    Are the funds Canadian or USD?
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    Ruth · 03/14/2022
    I'd like to know more about shipping costs to Canada on the 5 gallon stain
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      TWP Stains · 03/14/2022
      Please add products to cart and enter shipping info there for the shipping cost. 
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    Jay · 09/03/2021
    How does twp 200 compare to 100? We are in Canada but used 100 in the past in Vermont and it was a terrific deck stain, but note that 100 has twice the VOCs (550 vs <250). Thanks
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      TWP Stains · 09/03/2021
      The 200 works just as well as the 100. 
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    Simon · 09/02/2021
    Can i store the rest of my twp 200 stain in a sealed plastic Gallon Lid for use it again next years ?!?
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      TWP Stains · 09/02/2021
      You can store it in plastic containers but no guarantee it will last. Shelf life is 12 months after being opened.
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    Ashley · 08/17/2021
    New deck built may 2021 with brown pressure treated. It’s starting to fade and is ready for treatment. I live in Canada. What colour would you recommend to get to bring back that new brown pressure treated colour. Thanks 
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      TWP Stains · 08/17/2021
      Try the TWP 200 Series in Butternut colors.
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        Ashley · 08/17/2021
        Thank you so much I appreciate the reply 
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    Sheldon S McGillawee · 07/30/2021
    I have approx 1100 sq. ft. of red cedar decking to cover.  I desire to maintain the natural wood look.Never been stained nor painted (1 year old).  I trust I dont need the Stain Stripper ....Is your product TWP 200 the product for me ?   I reside in Calgary, Alberta CanadaWhat would shipping costs be to this location.
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    Michele Richards · 06/10/2021
    What is the shipping cost to Toronto?
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      TWP Stains · 06/10/2021
      Please add products to cart that you want and enter your shipping info at checkout page to see the costs.
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    Rob · 05/25/2021
    who sells it in Canada
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    Cindy griffin · 05/18/2021
    Want to keep our bamboo fence the same color as when we first  stained it. Should we use clear or cedartone. Do you ship to Saskatchewan Canada?
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      Marsha · 05/22/2021
      What colour is your fence? We have a bamboo fence that the previous owner put up. It looks like your colour after I washed it. It’s beautiful. Following your post. 
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    Joe · 05/17/2021
    Finished up a coat of TWP 200 in Butternut Brown today.  The cleaning kit was so worth it! 
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    Chrystal · 05/12/2021
    How long will it take to ship this product to Ontario Canada
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    Peter Gagnon · 04/14/2021
    Where can I buy TWP 200 in Canada?
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      TWP Stains · 04/14/2021
      Online only from our site for shipping to you.
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    Peter Gagnon · 04/14/2021
    I applied Cabot semi transparent cedar tone stain to my newly constructed cedar sided cottage two years ago and it’s already fading (no peeling or blistering) can I just apply the twp200 right over top?
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    John Matthews · 03/12/2021
    We have used Armstrong Clark semi transparent twice. Can we now use TWP 200 series without a lot of prep work? We are in central Ontario, Canada
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    Billy Bob · 11/04/2020
    What is the shelf life of TWP-200? I have an unopened 5 gallon pale and half of another, if stored properly and indoors, can I use it when the deck needs a new application? What is proper storage? Should the pale be shaken every so often? etc. thanks.
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    Erin · 09/06/2020
    I have some freshly planed 2 x 6 WRWC the wood has been drying in rough cut state for 7+ years and I am now ready to use it, I am going to use TWP 100 cedar tone and was wondering if I should use a conditioner before the TWP application. I have tried Old Masters Wood Conditioner that is the only oil base I can buy in Canada. will this combination work or is using a Conditioner or primer a waste of time and money if I am using the TWP 100 Thanks
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    Karen · 06/19/2020
    I’m going to cry - we used the stripper, sanded the deck, brightened, waited 48 hrs & now we r ready to stain this morning & there are now big black patches that have developed around nail holes, where the boards join, and large random spots that were not there under the stain or after sanding/brightening. It was perfect warm even temps - what do I do??
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      Karen · 06/19/2020
      Here’s a pic of the black....
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        TWP Stains · 06/19/2020
        All your screws are rusting. You will need to replace them and then if you redo the brightener it will help to remove the black rust. The sanding probably removed the protective coating from the nail heads and that is why it happened.
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      TWP Stains · 06/19/2020
      Sounds like your nails or screws are rusting. Do you have a picture?
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        Karen · 06/19/2020
        Thank you so much super appreciate the prompt reply - pics just sent— it’s all through the wood - not just on nail areas. The wood was beautiful even pristine white when we left it...
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          TWP Stains · 06/19/2020
          It is because your sanding carried the metal from the nail heads to the rest of the wood. It is rust.
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            Karen · 06/19/2020
            Thanks - on the restore a deck website it indicates u can stain while the deck is still a little moist after Brightener. Can u do the same w twp? I have a small weather window.
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    Lisa · 06/02/2020
    What’s the difference between TWP 100 and 200 series?

    I’m looking to stain a cedar pool deck that’s always in full sun. Chlorine pool. I’m want to know which is best product for this. And available in Canada
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      TWP Stains · 06/19/2020
      Only the 200 is allowed in Canada.