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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    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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        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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    John · 05/20/2020
    Hi where can I buy this product in Ontario Canada thanks John
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    Jane O'Neill · 05/11/2020
    You were saying that you’re wood is starting to turn gray, This company has the best two step cleaner, It does just as the video shows, cleans it right off, Worth every penny
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    Cindy S. · 05/10/2020
    So are you looking to find a dealer in Canada for your product? Would like to hear if anyone in Canada has used your product and has lasted without peeling or fading after 1 year which seems to be the issue here and I have experienced. We have a VERY large deck which has never had anything on it and is getting the old grey look and starting to drying out. We have approx. 1200 sq. ft. of decking and do not want to add stain that just won't stand up to our weather here in Manitoba Canada.
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    Hallie · 05/06/2020
    have just sanded our deck that is cedar and want to use a deep penetrating stain that will not peel. looking for a transparent color with a hint of grey. does this exist? do you have retailers in Calgary, AB Canada?
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      TWP Stains · 05/06/2020
      Only the TWP 200 series is allowed in Canada. It does come in a slate gray. We ship to Canada. No dealers there.
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    Bruce · 05/05/2020
    Can you get TWP 200 shipped to Canada, by ordering on line?
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    Janise · 05/05/2020
    Our spruce pressure treated (green) fence was never stained/protected and it has been up for approx. 12 or so years. It has natural staining with grey and black. Will application of cleaner and brightener plus a stain bring back to life?
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    Lindsey · 05/04/2020
    I live in Fredericton New Brunswick. Sure can I buy TSP in my area?
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      TWP Stains · 05/04/2020
      TWP is not sold in any stores in Canada. We can ship there.
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    Art · 04/27/2020
    I have a western red cedar deck, never finished, that will be weathered 20 months by the time I get it stained. I'm planning on using TWP 200 - I live in Canada, so that's my only TWP choice. How should I prep this deck?
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    John Edwards · 04/23/2020
    Are your prices quoted in Canadian or US funds for purchases in Canada
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    Erin · 10/10/2019
    Can I use TWP 200 over TWP 100 application, and what is your opinion about using a OB wood conditioner prior to applying the TWP stains?

    PS I applied one coat to my new redwood cedar log cabin 5 years ago and I can go until next year before redoing the stain. great product highly recommend the TWP 100
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    Don · 07/06/2019
    Can you provide an estimate cost to ship to Calgary, Alberta? will shipping price be better if ordering 2 * 1 gallon cans? Thanks
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      TWP Stains · 07/06/2019
      For shipping charges, add products to cart and enter your shipping info. It updates automatically.
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    ERIC · 06/23/2019
    I have docks and decks at the lake with 15-year-old PT green docks, a 2-year old "Barefoot" brand pt deck, and a new "Sienna" brand staircase. I'd like to treat with clear TWP. In Canada only TWP200, but if I buy in US and I can bring back TWP100 or TWP1500, which seems to be recommended more. What is the difference in the 3 products and which is best for long lasting (don't want to do every 1-2 years) protection? After a certain number of years can I just reapply without having to strip etc?
    Thanks for your help and advice
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      TWP Stains · 06/23/2019
      They will all last about the same. Not one will last longer than the other. It is illegal for you to use the 100 or 1500 in Canada so we cannot suggest either, only the 200 Series. Clean and recoat every 2-3 years with the TWP stains.
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        ERIC · 06/23/2019
        OK. TWP100 it is. Is there shipping costs or duty to ship to Wpg, Canada?

        ALSO, my daughter has a green PT lumber deck at her home in Minneapolis. Should I also get the TWP200 Clear for her or would the TWP 100 or 1500 be better for her deck?
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          ERIC · 06/23/2019
          Oops ...I meant TWP 200 for Canada.
          What is best for the Minneapolis deck (clear) 100, 200 or 1500 ? ....and why?
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          TWP Stains · 06/23/2019
          TWP 200 Series. Yes, you have to pay shipping and taxes. No duty. You can save on shipping if you have a US address to ship to and bring back. Most would use the TWP 100 Series in MN. Get a tinted color for UV protection from graying.
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            ERIC · 06/23/2019
            I don't mind the fading, and am worried that a tint makes it a lot more difficult to apply (re overlapping with roller or spraying) vs Clear, plus does a tint eventually show traffic?

            Also, what is the difference between 100 and 200 and 1500?
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              TWP Stains · 06/23/2019
              The difference is mainly VOC compliance. Tints fade evenly as the TWP is a penetrating stain so it does not wear.
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    EMILY · 06/20/2019
    IS YOUR PRICE TOTAL IN CART IN AMERICAN OR CANADIAN DOLLARS?
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    Ray · 05/12/2019
    Can you ship the twp 1500 stains to Canada?
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    Arthur Packer · 07/29/2018
    Can you ship the Gemini Restore-A-Deck Kit to Canada? If not, can you recommend a comparable product available in Canada that I could use to prep a new-wood cedar deck (properly weathered) prior to applying TWP 200? Thanks.
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      TWP Stains · 07/30/2018
      Yes, you can have the Gemini Kit shipped to Canada.
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    jason talman · 07/26/2018
    do you have a stockiest in Calgary Alberta Canada?
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      TWP Stains · 07/26/2018
      There are not any dealers in Canada. We can ship the TWP 200 Series directly to you.
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    Bruce Walker · 07/06/2018
    Please let me know where I could purchase the deck stain in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
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      Sheldon · 04/27/2019
      Hello Bruce. Did you end up trying the TWP? I also live in Winnipeg and would like to hear your opinion.
      Thank you.
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        Eric · 06/23/2019
        Hello Bruce & Sheldon
        I'm also a Wpger and have the same question ....Have either of you tried the TWP200 yet?
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          Lynne · 06/14/2020
          Hi Eric. I saw your post online re: deck stain. Wonder if you tried the TWP stain. I too am a Winnipeger. I used Biowash Deck Oil on the deck originally. It is no longer available and replaced by Defy which I also can not find in Canada.
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      TWP Stains · 07/07/2018
      TWP is not sold anywhere in Canada but we can ship to you the TWP 200 Series: https://www.twpstain.com/wood-and-deck-stains/twp-wood-stains/twp-200-series
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    Teresa · 06/22/2018
    Can you use the 200 series on a bamboo fence since you do not import the 300 series to Canada. I was told the 300 series was the one for the bamboo fence so what do you recommend now as there is nothing available here in Ontario for bamboo fences. Thanks, Teresa