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    TWP Stains · 07/13/2014
    UNC Guy:
    I had a deck stained using TWP last year. I am very happy. However, the deck expert said he didn't stain exterior home doors. The door is wood and it seems it was stained, so we were asking a handyman what to do about it and he said he'd use semi-transparent deck stain on it. Now I'm confused. The deck guy wouldn't stain the door and the handyman wants to use deck stain. Can anyone help me by telling me why or why not one would use deck stain on a door?

    You can use a deck stain for an unfinished wood door as long as you are okay with the fact that it will not have a shine or film on top of the wood for protection from dirt and oils from hands.
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    TWP Stains · 07/13/2014
    Samuel Fink:
    I have about 670 sq ft of deck to cover. Previously stained but not for about 6 years. Heavily worn -- bare wood beginning to show through. One deck is 20 years old, the other smaller deck is 6 years old. How much of the 1500 product should I buy?

    Make sure to remove the old stain first if any left. For 2 coats you will need 5-7 gallons.
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    PeteS · 07/13/2014
    Does TWP 100 come in a clear?
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    UNC Guy · 07/12/2014
    I had a deck stained using TWP last year. I am very happy. However, the deck expert said he didn't stain exterior home doors. The door is wood and it seems it was stained, so we were asking a handyman what to do about it and he said he'd use semi-transparent deck stain on it. Now I'm confused. The deck guy wouldn't stain the door and the handyman wants to use deck stain. Can anyone help me by telling me why or why not one would use deck stain on a door?
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    Samuel Fink · 07/11/2014
    I have about 670 sq ft of deck to cover. Previously stained but not for about 6 years. Heavily worn -- bare wood beginning to show through. One deck is 20 years old, the other smaller deck is 6 years old. How much of the 1500 product should I buy?
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    TWP Stains · 07/07/2014
    DonB:
    I built a new barn over a year ago and the board-and-batten siding and doors are hemlock/pine. What is the recommended wood stain?
    Thanks!

    TWP 1500 Series for this.
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    DonB · 07/07/2014
    I built a new barn over a year ago and the board-and-batten siding and doors are hemlock/pine. What is the recommended wood stain?
    Thanks!
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    TWP Stains · 07/07/2014
    NONIE:
    WE HAVE A 20 YEAR OLD REDWOOD DECK. HUSBAND IS SANDING ALL THE OLD TINT OFF. WE ARE INTERESTED IN MAINTAINING THE NATURAL RED WOOD LOOK. DISLIKE THE RED TINTS WE HAVE HAD IN THE PAST. WHAT COLOR IS SUGGESTED SO WE DONT GET "FAKE" REDWOOD LOOK AND INSTEAD HAVING THE REAL REDWOOD SHINE THROUGH?

    Maybe California Redwood. Might want to get some samples to test first.
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    TWP Stains · 07/07/2014
    Carol:
    I'm staining an old PT pine deck. Wood is split and cracked in spots. I live in KY. Do you recommend 1500 or 100 series.

    Use the 1500 for older wood.
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    TWP Stains · 07/07/2014
    JPM:
    I have a brand new Deck and Fence I am looking to stain...But I want it in a grey type color? Other paint swatches on the internet show a grey color with TWP but I am not seeing it on the site? Where can I get a color chart?

    Only the 100 Series comes in a gray. You can see that on the web page. Please red this about new wood: http://www.twpstainhelp.com/prepping-new-wood-for-twp-stains/
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    NONIE · 07/07/2014
    WE HAVE A 20 YEAR OLD REDWOOD DECK. HUSBAND IS SANDING ALL THE OLD TINT OFF. WE ARE INTERESTED IN MAINTAINING THE NATURAL RED WOOD LOOK. DISLIKE THE RED TINTS WE HAVE HAD IN THE PAST. WHAT COLOR IS SUGGESTED SO WE DONT GET "FAKE" REDWOOD LOOK AND INSTEAD HAVING THE REAL REDWOOD SHINE THROUGH?
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    Carol · 07/07/2014
    I'm staining an old PT pine deck. Wood is split and cracked in spots. I live in KY. Do you recommend 1500 or 100 series.
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    JPM · 07/07/2014
    I have a brand new Deck and Fence I am looking to stain...But I want it in a grey type color? Other paint swatches on the internet show a grey color with TWP but I am not seeing it on the site? Where can I get a color chart?
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    TWP Stains · 07/06/2014
    J caron:
    We have a teak porch deck that needs to be redone. What color stain would you recommend?

    Rustic color
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    J caron · 07/05/2014
    We have a teak porch deck that needs to be redone. What color stain would you recommend?
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    TWP Stains · 07/03/2014
    Kelly Mullin:
    I live in Eastern Washington. We have cold, snowy winters with hot, dry summers. I have an unfinished, wood swing that has weathered and greyed. What would be the best product to use?

    Use the Gemini Restore Kit for prep and the TWP 1500 series.
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    Bill Walsh · 07/02/2014
    Can you mail me a color chip chart of the TWP1500
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    McHenry, IL 60050
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    Kelly Mullin · 07/02/2014
    I live in Eastern Washington. We have cold, snowy winters with hot, dry summers. I have an unfinished, wood swing that has weathered and greyed. What would be the best product to use?
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    TWP Stains · 07/01/2014
    Jean-Marc Work:
    Well, Here is what Calibamboo is saying, thats why im asking. they say that this is for bamboo. if its not , you should tell them. its your product.

    Bamboo Sealer
    Cali Bamboo recommends sealing your privacy fence panels with WeatherGuard™ or TWP® 300 grade products. Additional colors available upon request. Light Cedar TWP®
    Light Cedar TWP Bamboo Sealer Dark Oak TWP®
    Dark Oak TWP Bamboo Sealer
    METHOD OF APPLICATION:MIX TWPß® 300 THOROUGHLY BEFORE USING! Apply with brush, roll, spray, and wiping cloth or applicator pad. Do not apply below 50° F, if rain is anticipated with 48 hours or heavy dew is present.
    DRY TIME: 48-96 hours depending on drying conditions. Drying conditions will vary greatly depending on applied film thickness and weather conditions. Multi coat applications may be "tacky" for up to 30 days. Full cure will begin when surface is tack free.
    You can use the 300 series but we do not sell the 300 Series. We only sell the 1500, 100, and the 100.
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    Jean-Marc Work · 07/01/2014
    Well, Here is what Calibamboo is saying, thats why im asking. they say that this is for bamboo. if its not , you should tell them. its your product.

    Bamboo Sealer
    Cali Bamboo recommends sealing your privacy fence panels with WeatherGuard™ or TWP® 300 grade products. Additional colors available upon request. Light Cedar TWP®
    Light Cedar TWP Bamboo Sealer Dark Oak TWP®
    Dark Oak TWP Bamboo Sealer
    METHOD OF APPLICATION:MIX TWPß® 300 THOROUGHLY BEFORE USING! Apply with brush, roll, spray, and wiping cloth or applicator pad. Do not apply below 50° F, if rain is anticipated with 48 hours or heavy dew is present.
    DRY TIME: 48-96 hours depending on drying conditions. Drying conditions will vary greatly depending on applied film thickness and weather conditions. Multi coat applications may be "tacky" for up to 30 days. Full cure will begin when surface is tack free.