TWP Stain Before and After Pictures

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TWP Exterior Wood and Deck Restoration Photos

We would love for our customers to post some pictures that are finished with the TWP 100, TWP 1500, or TWP 200 Series. Please include a short description and the TWP product(s) used to prep the wood and to stain the wood using our comment feature at the bottom. There is a link to upload photos in the bottom right corner of the comment area.

We look forward to seeing your newly restored TWP stained deck!

TWP Stain Photos

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Location of Project (City/State):

TWP Series Used:

Prepping Method and Products used:

The color of Stain:

The number of Coats Applied:

Wood Type and Age:

 

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Shawn Kelly
Shawn Kelly
3 years ago

I was very worried and did a ton of research looking for the best stain. The problem I had was a deck that had 3 parts to it. The first had old stain and after several years added on to the deck then again last year finished phase 3. After removing the old stain with a product from a big box store I purchased TWP 101 cedartone natural. We are amazed at how it came out. If you are not looking for it you cannot tell the different years of the wood. The stain blended everything great. Thank you for a wonderful product that I am happy to tell others about.

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5 years ago

Used 201 Cedar tone for my deck. Really like the stain but have one problem that I encountered. There used to be a planter in this location so there is no sun damage and as you can see the finished product is lighter than the surrounding deck. Is there a suggestion on how to darken this area? I tried a second coat to no avail.

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5 years ago
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Aside from the one problem I encountered, the stain was a delight to use. I especially like the step where I wipe the excess stain off the top of the wood ( I must admit I was very hesitant to walk on the finish after applying it ). This step buffs the wood and makes it look like furniture wood. As your instruction said that also speeds drying and really gives the wood a consistent look. Great product!

Katie
Katie
6 years ago
After, with a mix of pecan/rustic twp100!
Jody
Jody
5 years ago
Reply to  Katie

Katie, i just looove the color of your deck, did you just do a 1:1 ratio?

Katie
Katie
5 years ago
Reply to  Jody

Yes. 1 gallon each, pecan plus rustic.

Katie
Katie
6 years ago

New deck, cedar posts and rails, pressure treated lumber floor. Sanded with 80 grit, and stained with a TWP100 mix of pecan and rustic.

Tracy
Tracy
5 years ago
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Larry

Looks great! What color did you use?

Scott Paul
Scott Paul
6 years ago

Before Picture

Scott Paul
Scott Paul
6 years ago

I’ve tried many different Wood Products TWP by far is the best safe strip then TWP 120 pecan pictures of the house speak for themselves I used the TWP on the deck house and privacy fence outstanding products.

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