TWP is the only registered wood preservative on the market by EPA

TWP stain is a special blend of wood stain that protects and beautifies the natural beauty of exterior wood. TWP stands for Total Wood Protection. TWP stains penetrate deep to enhance the wood’s natural grain and to lock out moisture. TWP wood stain is the only EPA registered wood preservative on the market today.

 

The EPA registered wood preservative protects against structural damage and wood decay. TWP Total Wood Protection will block out moisture and harmful UV rays that can cause warping, cracking, splitting, and freeze damage. TWP has unique mildewcides that help prevent mold and mildew infiltration keeping the wood beautiful and natural looking for several years.

TWP Exterior Wood and Deck Stain meets the highest wood preservative standards of the EPA and is blended using only the highest quality raw materials. TWP Wood and Deck Stain can be used on most any exterior wood surface for an enhanced natural look that is water and sun resistant.

TWP Wood Care and Deck Stain works best on cedar, redwood, ACQ, mahogany, and pressure treated pine. Use on decks, wood fences, cedar shake roofing, timber framed houses, log homes, and cedar sided homes for years of protection. With the EPA registered formula you can apply it to all your exterior wood surfaces knowing you are not harming the environment.

TWP has been manufactured by Gemini Coatings for over two decades. The new TWP formula is designed to penetrate better, dry faster and outperform even previous versions of TWP, not to mention other deck stains on the market. For superior protection from water damage and UV discoloration try TWP today, the industries only EPA registered wood preservative.

 

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RE: TWP Only Registered Wood Preservative BY EPA
Quoting Rick Harris:
Is TWO 100 compliant in California?

No it is not.
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owner
Is TWO 100 compliant in California?
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RE: TWP Only Registered Wood Preservative BY EPA
Quoting Felice Janelle:
What does "EPA registered" actually mean?

Formula for TWP is registered with the Environmental Protection Agency as a wood preservative. This is registered for every TWP color annually.
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Ms.
What does "EPA registered" actually mean?
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RE: TWP Only Registered Wood Preservative BY EPA
Radcon is TWP but I do not think it is registered.
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contractor-roof ing.
I've been using Radcon on Cedar shakes since '86 and I believe the product is registered with the EPA as a wood preservative as well.
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RE: TWP Only Registered Wood Preservative BY EPA
Quoting Ivy:
I just finished staining our deck on Saturday. It was by far the easiest application I have done. The color is rich and our deck looks better than it did two years ago when done by a professional deck restoration company. In addition to fine appearance, we saved a substantial amount on the cost and the entire project, including the preparatory cleaning, was done in less than 8 hours for a 12 x 14 deck and stairway. We are very pleased with the product.

Awesome!
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RE: TWP Only Registered Wood Preservative BY EPA
I just finished staining our deck on Saturday. It was by far the easiest application I have done. The color is rich and our deck looks better than it did two years ago when done by a professional deck restoration company. In addition to fine appearance, we saved a substantial amount on the cost and the entire project, including the preparatory cleaning, was done in less than 8 hours for a 12 x 14 deck and stairway. We are very pleased with the product.
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