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    TWP Stains · 08/12/2015
    Janet Lammens:
    My cedar fence was treated with a Siddons product (I think) two years ago by amateurs and as a result it has a very uneven appearance. It was damaged by hail recently so I want to retreat it. How would you suggest doing this and which of your products would you recommend? Thanks

    Start by removing the Sikkens 100% first. Use the Restore A Deck Stripper and pressure washing to remove. Use the RAD brightener after removal. Stain with the TWP 1500 when done.
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    nancytodd · 08/11/2015
    Do you offer bulk pricing?
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    Janet Lammens · 08/11/2015
    My cedar fence was treated with a Siddons product (I think) two years ago by amateurs and as a result it has a very uneven appearance. It was damaged by hail recently so I want to retreat it. How would you suggest doing this and which of your products would you recommend? Thanks
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    TWP Stains · 07/28/2015
    G.A. Mercer:
    I have a new cedar fence. Should I use 100 or 1500 clear or with stain?

    Where do you live?
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    G.A. Mercer · 07/28/2015
    I have a new cedar fence. Should I use 100 or 1500 clear or with stain?
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    TWP Stains · 07/27/2015
    Joan Skesavage:
    I have just re-done my deck with a composite flooring and cedar screen, arbor and railings. I was thinking of 'sealing' all the cedar vs staining it. I don't want it to be dark or start to grey. What do you recommend?

    Hello, please read this about new wood and TWP:

    http://www.twpstainhelp.com/prepping-new-wood-for-twp-stains/

    Look at the 1500 Series.
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    Joan Skesavage · 07/27/2015
    I have just re-done my deck with a composite flooring and cedar screen, arbor and railings. I was thinking of 'sealing' all the cedar vs staining it. I don't want it to be dark or start to grey. What do you recommend?
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    TWP Stains · 07/26/2015
    Andrew McCoy:
    What stain would you recommend ,part of deck gets sun the other shade.

    The TWP 1500 Series is what you would need for Indiana.
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    Andrew McCoy · 07/25/2015
    What stain would you recommend ,part of deck gets sun the other shade.
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    TWP Stains · 07/23/2015
    dkincaid:
    I just ordered a 5 gallon pail of Dark Oak in the 1500 series and feel it is a little dark. What color would you recommend mixing in to get a medium oak color? Also would a gallon be enough to lighten a 5 gallon?

    The Clear can be added. To make the Dark Oak 1/2 as light you would need equal parts of the Clear and the Dark Oak.
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    chris lunde · 07/22/2015
    I have shingle oil on my house. Basically a mineral oil made by chevron.
    I have treated the siding with jomax and bleach including scrubbing all the siding. There is still some beading though some absorption. How compatible is your product with this condition.
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    Debbie Kincaid · 07/22/2015
    I just ordered a 5 gallon pail of Dark Oak in the 1500 series and feel it is a little dark. What color would you recommend mixing in to get a medium oak color? Also would a gallon be enough to lighten a 5 gallon?
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    TWP Stains · 07/14/2015
    Ken Gardner:
    Have a deck that has been previously sealed. Need to refinish. What product would you recommend?

    Remove the old sealer by stripping and pressure washing. Brighten the wood when done. Stain with either the 100 or 1500 Series.
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    Ken Gardner · 07/13/2015
    Have a deck that has been previously sealed. Need to refinish. What product would you recommend?
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    TWP Stains · 07/13/2015
    wjschmidt:
    I got my 5 gallon pail of TWP stain and started applying it to to my shutters. So far so good but the temperatures in Houston reach 95F. I've been applying the stain in the shade and there is a breeze. Am I gonna have problems other than drying speed?

    Just be careful of drying evenly in the hot temps. Make sure to be quick and keep a wet edge. Try to do in shade if possible.
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    WJ Schmidt · 07/12/2015
    I got my 5 gallon pail of TWP stain and started applying it to to my shutters. So far so good but the temperatures in Houston reach 95F. I've been applying the stain in the shade and there is a breeze. Am I gonna have problems other than drying speed?
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    TWP Stains · 07/08/2015
    Shep:
    I live in Nashville Tennessee. It seems that I purchased the 100 series at a Sherman Williams store 3 years ago. So is Tenn a state I can purchase the 100 series stain and if so then where are the places to purchase.

    We are an online dealer that ships to TN in 2-3 days. Thanks!
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    Shep · 07/08/2015
    I live in Nashville Tennessee. It seems that I purchased the 100 series at a Sherman Williams store 3 years ago. So is Tenn a state I can purchase the 100 series stain and if so then where are the places to purchase.
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    TWP Stains · 07/08/2015
    Shep:
    I used your TWP102 Redwood stain about 3 years ago on my pressure treated deck. It has done well but needs to be redone now.
    I see that you have a "new and improved" formula 1500 stain. I want to keep the redwood color. Why should I or should I not use the 1500 over the 100 formula?

    No need to if unless you are in a low VOC state. I would just stay with the 100 series for your deck.
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    Shep · 07/08/2015
    I used your TWP102 Redwood stain about 3 years ago on my pressure treated deck. It has done well but needs to be redone now.
    I see that you have a "new and improved" formula 1500 stain. I want to keep the redwood color. Why should I or should I not use the 1500 over the 100 formula?