Important Note! 

TWP 200 Series is now available to be shipped to Canada!

In the USA, different regulations can vary between states when it comes to wood preservative VOC compliance laws. But in Canada, VOC regulations are pretty much consistent across the board. Canada has much stricter VOC restrictions pertaining to such products like wood stains and preservatives. TWP stains were not available in Canada until now! 

As a leader in the wood staining industry, TWP Stain has met VOC compliant regulations and will be available throughout Canada this coming year. As a registered EPA wood preservative, TWP (Total Wood Preservative) will extend its products to the northern regions of North America where Canadian residents and contractors alike will be able to purchase a professional grade wood stain to help protect all their exterior wood surfaces from harsh weather conditions.

For over 20 years TWP Wood Stains have been a leading brand of wood preservatives. TWP wood stains are excellent for all types of exterior wood surfaces such as decks, fences, siding, shakes, log homes and timber framed houses. TWP Wood Preservative enhances the natural beauty of cedar, redwood, ACQ, mahogany, pressure treated pine, and other exterior wood surfaces used in Canada and the US.

TWP Stain is manufactured with the highest quality of raw materials available while remaining VOC compliant. From TWP 100 Series to the newest formula of 1500 Series, Total Wood Preservative offers excellent protection from UV fading, rot caused from water damage, and thaw freeze damage caused by the harshest winters.

Purchase your TWP Stain from an authorized online dealer. See why TWP Wood Stains stand alone in lasting protection and appearance. Enhance the natural beauty of your wood surfaces and get lasting protection against the harsh elements and do not forget TWP Stain is coming to Canada in Summer 2017.

 

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    J banks · 05/14/2015
    Are there any differencies between the 900 series and the other 2 common series 100/1500. I know the VOC levels are different but is there a performance/durability gain from one over the other?
    What about colors, is there a hudge variation between the series? I've seen those color card samples on this website but i don't think those samples really do your product justice. It would be nice to see a full deck stained in each of those colors and leave it up to us to determine wether our computer screens are lying to us or not.

    I've read lots of good things about this product.It's awesome to see it make it's way north of the border. We'll put it to the test, our Canadian winters are no joke. Especially here in the prairies. Hopefully the 900 series is as good as the other two i've read about so manny good reviews.

    Thanks for your help.
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    Andrew C · 05/14/2015
    As with all the Canadian Requests, please put me on the mail list once you have Canadian Government Approval.
    Building a Cedar deck and would like to protect before winter comes around.
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    Kerry Andrews · 05/12/2015
    Please notify me when TWP 1500 deck stain comes to canada.
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    TWP Stains · 05/04/2015
    Mary Lynn McKillop:
    Hi, is the twp 900 series available in Canada yet?

    No, we have to wait on the Canadian Government approval.
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    Mary Lynn McKillop · 05/04/2015
    Hi, is the twp 900 series available in Canada yet?
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    Paul Tsiklas · 04/29/2015
    Can you please email me when your products become available in Canada. I am hoping to use your products on my deck in the next two months.
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    TWP Stains · 04/28/2015
    Sonia & Paul Parlee:
    Please advise when your product is available in Canada. We have a log house that benefits from your product.

    We are waiting on approval form the Canadian government. We have not been given a time for this.
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    Sonia & Paul Parlee · 04/28/2015
    Please advise when your product is available in Canada. We have a log house that benefits from your product.
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    TWP Stains · 04/11/2015
    Tracy Fairfield:
    Where is it available in canada? You say its coming this year. Its almost time to start staining for the summer. We live in Southern Ontario.

    Not available yet for Canada. Waiting on approval from the Canadian government to be registered as a wood preservative.
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    Tracy Fairfield · 04/11/2015
    Where is it available in canada? You say its coming this year. Its almost time to start staining for the summer. We live in Southern Ontario.
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    TWP Stains · 04/01/2015
    Gerald Brennan:
    Where can I order or pick-up TWP in Canada and when?

    We are hoping to have the 900 Series sometime this year available for Canada.
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    TWP Stains · 04/01/2015
    Gerald Brennan:
    Where can I order or pick-up TWP in Canada and when?

    TWP 100 and 1500 are not legal for Canada
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    Gerald Brennan · 04/01/2015
    Where can I order or pick-up TWP in Canada and when?