TWP Semi-Solid Stain 5 Gallon

$274.95
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TWP® Semi-Solid Pro-Series will keep your wood beautiful, fresh, and looking new longer! The ease of application and maintenance will allow you to enjoy your investment for years to come. Comes in 30 Custom Colors!

*TWP Pro-Series Semi-Solid are all customer orders. There can be a 1-3 day delay before they ship out from our warehouse!

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TWP Semi-Solid Wood Stain

TWP Stain CalculatorAvailable in 30 Custom Colors, the TWP® Semi-Solid Pro-Series will keep your wood beautiful, fresh, and looking new longer! The ease of application and maintenance will allow you to enjoy your investment for years to come.

Max UV Protection = Longer Life from Fading!

TWP® Semi-Solid Pro-Series is the highest-rated semi-solid stain on the market today.

TWP® Semi-Solid Pro-Series provides a broad spectrum of weather protection, is water repellent, and aids in color retention. TWP® Semi-Solid Pro-Series resists water absorption that causes warping, cracking, splitting, and prevents freeze damage in colder climates. Use TWP® Semi-Solid Pro-Series to Restore and Protect YOUR GREAT OUTDOORS!TWP Semi Solid Wood Deck Stains

Use TWP® Semi-Solid Pro-Series on these exterior wood applications:

  • Decks
  • Siding & Shingles
  • Rough sawn cedar
  • Log homes
  • Fences
  • Shakes & fascia

TWP® Semi-Solid Pro-Series Product Advantages:

  • Available in 30 Custom Colors
  • Longer UV Protection
  • Easy application
  • Beautifies and protects
  • Repels water
  • Time-tested quality
  • Mildew resistant stain surface
  • Easy to maintain

Print TWP Semi-Solid Color Chart (click to open in a new window then right-click to print in full color): TWP Semi-Solid Color Chart

Please click the link and print the chart in full color. Note that each color shows how it looks in full sun or in the shade. This is only due to UV reflection.

Additional Important Notes:

TWP Semi-Solid Pro Series is not compliant in all states. Please read this for additional information: VOC States.

*We do not guarantee stain colors as they will vary widely depending on the wood type, age, of wood, prepping of wood, and application.

*All TWP Pro-Series Semi-Solid colors are custom made and cannot be returned for exchange or credit.

*TWP Pro-Series Semi-Solid are all customer orders. There can be a 1-3 day delay before they ship out from our warehouse!

TWP Semi-Solid Pro-Series 5-Gallon Deck Stain

TWP Semi Solid Color Chart

 

 

Have Questions on Prep and Application?

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Gallon Sizes: 1's & 5's
Stain Type: Semi-Solid Oil-Based
Coverage Per Gallon: 150-250 square feet
Coats  Required: 1 Coat
Temperature: 45-95 F
Application Tools: Pad, Airless Sprayer, Brush, Roller
Dry Time: 4-24 Hours
Cleanup: Mineral Spirits
State VOC Limits: Not Compliant in all States
More Info: Product Data
Safety Data Sheet: TWP Semi-Solid SDS

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Wednesday, 18 November 2020

TWP Pro Series Semi-Solid is the Best Oil-Based Semi-Solid stain on the market. Comes in 30 custom colors for enhanced UV protection!

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    geno · 10/13/2022
    Hi, Our contractor applied (brushed) 1501 per the wet-on-wet instructions.  We have channel cedar siding.  It is taking a very long time to dry.  There is some excess on the channel ledges too.  How long will it take for this to dry?  I have already gotten it on a pair of pants while reinstalling an exterior light.  Thanks.
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    PATRICIA LETTIERI · 10/11/2022
    We used Dark Oak previously, do you have that color in this Pro series? 
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      TWP Stains · 10/11/2022
      No, not in the semi-solids. Cabin Fever or Charcoal is closest.
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    Raj · 09/20/2022
    What is the difference between semi solid and 1500 series.How many coated do I need on a new deck 
    Thanks
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    Bob · 09/09/2022
    I used your product about 15 years ago on my log cabin home, it held up incredibly well. I'm looking at using TWP Semi-Solid Stain for my re-covering this year. Is it still sprayable by an airless sprayer?
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    Abhi · 09/02/2022
    I have new pine wood fencing (4-rail) about 300 ft long. It’s been 5 months now. Do I need any prep before I apply semi-solid? How many coats and gallons I will need?  What is typical life of this pro series on fence in full sun (TN state)?   
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    Preston J · 08/22/2022
    How much is shipping for 1 gal. cans of Semi-Pro to KCMO?
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      TWP Stains · 08/22/2022
      Depends on the address and zip code so best to add to the cart and then add a full address for the shipping cost.
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    Marcella · 08/22/2022
    Hello, we started staining our deck with the semi-solid in Mount Rushmore on 7/16, however did not have quite enough stain to finish one full coat. Went to purchase more and it has been out of stock. Wondering how we proceed when it is available again? Will we need to strip and start over or can we complete the small remaining part and give it a 2nd coat after? 
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      TWP Stains · 08/22/2022
      Probably the latter but you may only need one coat. Send some pics.
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        Marcella · 08/22/2022
        Here are some pics. 
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          TWP Stains · 08/22/2022
          We would suggest finishing with one coat where needed. If needed, next year lightly wash and apply another coat to all floors. Railings will be okay.
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    P Johnson · 08/12/2022
    I am preparing to stain approx. 800sq ft of decking (almost 1200 when including railing and structural members). I plan to use the Semi-Solid Pro series. I have one deck that is in fairly poor condition (lots of sun exposure) and another that is in standard condition. Should I use 2 coats for the entire project or would the deck that is in better condition require only one coat of Pro Series? I purchased the home last year so I am not 100% certain when it was last stained. I do know that there was oil based on the deck previously. I believe it is standard decking, but there is a possibility that some of the deck is cedar.
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      TWP Stains · 08/13/2022
      All of the old stain needs to be removed first. After apply two coats wet on wet. 
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    Brian Boehringer · 08/02/2022
    Hello,
    Im trying to decide on what size of the semi-solid to purchase, once it is back in stock. I have multiple projects plan where I would like to use this as an outdoor sealer (benches, siding, etc) however they are all not ready as of yet. What is the shelf life of this product? If I bought the 5 gallon size to use for future applications, will I have any trouble with this degrading after opening? Thank you!
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      TWP Stains · 08/02/2022
      The shelf life of a 5-gallon pail after being opened is about 12 months.
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    Chris Gibbs · 07/20/2022
    We're waiting to buy the TWP100 semi-solid stain which according to TWP website was supposed to be in stock mid-July (it's Jul 20 and still OOS). I have 2 questions, please: how much is the 5 gal. semi-solid? And is it worth waiting for the semi-solid stain, or should we just use the readily available semi-transparent for a deck that's in full sun? Thanks for your always prompt replies!
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      TWP Stains · 07/20/2022
      $274.95 per 5-gallon. It does give better UV protection when in full sun. We will not have it until August at some point.
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    Prospective Customer · 07/18/2022
    Since all semi-solid colors are custom, is it possible to order a combination of heartwood and lighthouse (2 parts heartwood, 1 part lighthouse)?
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      TWP Stains · 07/19/2022
      No, it is not. You would have to mix that on your own.
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    Sean · 06/05/2022
    After applying this, fast forward a few years when it’s time to redo it… will you need to remove all the old stain or simply apply it again when it’s time?
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    Pat · 05/02/2022
    I have a deck which is old and it has been about 3 years since Thompson's seal was applied. Seems to have worn off by now. We have had to replace some boards. I see where you said new wood has to weather for at least 4 months before applying your semi-solid stain. How do I accommodate the old wood and the new. What would you recommend in this case and what type of prep?
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      TWP Stains · 05/03/2022
      After 4+ months, use the Gemini Kit on all the wood for prep.
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    Jeff · 02/09/2022
    What would be your most durable stain for a fence in Florida?  I won’t have access to some sections after the fence is installed
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      TWP Stains · 02/09/2022
      The TWP semi-solid will give the longest UV protection of any of the TWP Stains.
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    Megan · 02/05/2022
    I have twp transparent stain on my home, placed on 2 years ago.  Can I go over it with a semi solid or what prep is necessary?
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    geno · 10/31/2021
    I am staining our siding using TWP 1501 cedartone.  we need to use 200 semi-solid on our deck to cover up a previous painter's mistake that put on a solid.  What color 200 would you recommend to match the 1501 on the siding?  SuperCedar?
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      TWP Stains · 10/31/2021
      TWP 200 Series is not a semi-solid can you cannot apply any of the TWP stains over a solid stain. You would have to sand off the solid stain fully.
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    Dee · 10/27/2021
    I have a new pressure treated deck. I want to use TWP semi Solid stain. I am in Ohio. Can I use your Oil base stain? How long should I wait before applying?
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    Ed · 08/10/2021
    I have some outdoor fir posts that were covered with a marine varnish, and  now have sun damage. How can I strip them to accept a TWP stain? Are the 1500 stains equally penetrating as the 100 series?
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      TWP Stains · 08/11/2021
      You cannot strip a marine varnish, you will have to sand it off.
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    JB · 07/31/2021
    Hi, what would be the closest to redwood 102? If between 2 colors, which one is more red?
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      TWP Stains · 08/01/2021
      Redwood Forest or Lighthouse
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        JB · 08/01/2021
        What's the difference between the two colors? Is redwood just a lighter version of lighthouse? Or is one more purple/red while the other is more orange/red? 
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    Luke · 07/19/2021
    What is the most efficient way to apply this product on a fence?