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    Lawrence Magnuson · 06/06/2015
    The price for PermaBond is $80. Is that per gallon? Or per five gallons? Is there free shipping with this product as there is with Deck Revive, to South Carolina? Is there any dealer in Charlotte, NC area that carries both products?
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    TWP Stains · 06/03/2015
    plain Jane 96:
    Previously used CWF and have done all of the stripping, brightening and removing furring. Now want to select a color that is equivalent to CWF-UV5 Natural Tone? Which formula should be used in Nebraska with a covered deck with sun on the steps and railings until 2 pm?

    Hello, we are not familiar with CWF colors. We do have samples on this link to test colors;
    http://www.twpstain.com/stain-samples
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    plain Jane 96 · 06/03/2015
    Previously used CWF and have done all of the stripping, brightening and removing furring. Now want to select a color that is equivalent to CWF-UV5 Natural Tone? Which formula should be used in Nebraska with a covered deck with sun on the steps and railings until 2 pm?
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    TWP Stains · 06/02/2015
    Clay Volz:
    Which formula do I want to use on a deck in Wa

    Use the 100 Series.
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    Clay Volz · 06/02/2015
    Which formula do I want to use on a deck in Wa
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    TWP Stains · 06/02/2015
    Kathy Palmer:
    What is VOC mean?
    We live in Florida. Is that high or low VOC?
    We just laid down a 1300 sq. ft. deck with 2x6 rounded edge pressure treated pine.
    There is maybe 4 hours of sun on part of the deck, the rest in shade and some areas damp.
    Is "Deck Sealer" the same is "Stain"?
    Is "Natural" the same as "Clear"
    What best to use as a "High Quality Deck Sealer with UV, mildew and fungus protection"?
    Also, we have purchased panels of bamboo to build a fence.
    Can we use the same Sealer/Stain as we will use on Deck?
    ALSO, I would like sales person to call me. Left a message on your recording. Thanks.

    -Volatile Organic compounds
    -High VOC for FL
    -You would want the 100 Series but read this about new wood:
    http://www.twpstainhelp.com/prepping-new-wood-for-twp-stains/
    -Stains are sealers as well. Not all sealers are stains
    -Natural is tinted. Clear is not
    -No you cannot use the TWP 100 on Bamboo
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    Kathy Palmer · 06/02/2015
    What is VOC mean?
    We live in Florida. Is that high or low VOC?
    We just laid down a 1300 sq. ft. deck with 2x6 rounded edge pressure treated pine.
    There is maybe 4 hours of sun on part of the deck, the rest in shade and some areas damp.
    Is "Deck Sealer" the same is "Stain"?
    Is "Natural" the same as "Clear"
    What best to use as a "High Quality Deck Sealer with UV, mildew and fungus protection"?
    Also, we have purchased panels of bamboo to build a fence.
    Can we use the same Sealer/Stain as we will use on Deck?
    ALSO, I would like sales person to call me. Left a message on your recording. Thanks.
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    TWP Stains · 06/01/2015
    Patrick Weir:
    What can I add to my 5 gal can of stain to make it darker?

    Only a different color of the same series of TWP.
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    TWP Stains · 06/01/2015
    Patrick Weir:
    What can I add to my 5 gal can of stain to make it darker?

    Only a different color of the same series of TWP
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    Patrick Weir · 06/01/2015
    What can I add to my 5 gal can of stain to make it darker?
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    TWP Stains · 05/31/2015
    Lauren Garner:
    Hi, We have some older trex decking that has some mildew. We have heard we could stain it and it would look good. We are planning to clean it and stain. Can you recommend which of your stain products would be best to use?

    TWP is not suggested for Trex.
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    Lauren Garner · 05/31/2015
    Hi, We have some older trex decking that has some mildew. We have heard we could stain it and it would look good. We are planning to clean it and stain. Can you recommend which of your stain products would be best to use?
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    TWP Stains · 05/31/2015
    debpunk:
    we just purchased a Backyard Adventures swing set that is 7 years old. It is in need of cleaning and staining as it has not been done for a few years. What product would you recommend for this. We live in the Kansas City area and the playset will be full sun from late morning til sunset.
    My dad has given me a partial can of clear, the playset is pretty dull at the moment. Will the clear give it a fresher look or should I look at a color for a more natural look?
    Also would you recommend sanding or power washing prior to application?

    Clear will not enhance the color. Use a color and use the 100 Series. Prep with the Gemini Restore Kit and pressure washing.
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    TWP Stains · 05/31/2015
    Gerry Morris:
    Just built a new deck with Western Red Cedar live in Maine, what would you recommend for best protection for the wood.

    Use the 1500 Series but read this first:
    http://www.twpstainhelp.com/prepping-new-wood-for-twp-stains/
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    Gerry Morris · 05/30/2015
    Just built a new deck with Western Red Cedar live in Maine, what would you recommend for best protection for the wood.
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    debpunk · 05/30/2015
    we just purchased a Backyard Adventures swing set that is 7 years old. It is in need of cleaning and staining as it has not been done for a few years. What product would you recommend for this. We live in the Kansas City area and the playset will be full sun from late morning til sunset.
    My dad has given me a partial can of clear, the playset is pretty dull at the moment. Will the clear give it a fresher look or should I look at a color for a more natural look?
    Also would you recommend sanding or power washing prior to application?
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    TWP Stains · 05/25/2015
    Eric McCaslin:
    Have a 17 year old deck with pressure treated boards that has now been sanded down to the bare wood. The previous solid stain is still in the small cracks and is holding very well. Suggestions on stain for this 400 sf deck?

    Thanks!

    Try the 1500 Series but the solid stain will show though.
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    Eric McCaslin · 05/24/2015
    Have a 17 year old deck with pressure treated boards that has now been sanded down to the bare wood. The previous solid stain is still in the small cracks and is holding very well. Suggestions on stain for this 400 sf deck?

    Thanks!
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    TWP Stains · 05/23/2015
    Aaron Reedy:
    I have a 4 board rail horse fence that is approximately 650 feet long. The fence was there when I bought the property and doesnt appear that it was ever treated. It is very gray. It doesnt have to be perfect, I just need something with a little color that will help with rot. Pressure washing or sanding the wood isn't really feasible due to location. Which stain would be recommended and how much?

    You have to prep and clean the wood. You cannot apply a stain over the gray/oxidized wood. Use the Gemini Restore Kit as the prep before applying the TWP.
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    Lys · 05/22/2015
    Can I use TWP on a deck after I cleaned it with Olympain Deck Cleaner?