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    TWP Stains · 08/15/2012
    I would use two coats since it is about 1 year old now. 3 gallons should be enough.
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    Nicole · 08/15/2012
    Our pressure-treated deck was built in upstate New York in November 2011. If we clean/brighten this fall and stain with TWP1500, do we need one coat (for a \"new\" deck) or two coats?

    Need to cover about 275 sq. feet. How many gallons of stain?
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    TWP Stains · 08/14/2012
    Most use the TWP 116 Rustic for exotic hardwoods.
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    Aaron · 08/14/2012
    I just finished installing a new deck with ipe on the border and grappa in the field. I want to use the TWP 100, but not sure on a color due to the two different woods. The idea is to enhance their natural colors and maintain the contrast. Thoughts? Thanks in advance.
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    TWP Stains · 08/14/2012
    1500 Series would be best.
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    TWP Stains · 08/14/2012
    TWP does not have any \"tan\" colors. The Dark oak is a very dark brown. The closest probably would the the 1501 Cedartone. It is a brownish/cedar color.
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    TWP Stains · 08/14/2012
    You should let the wood season for at least a couple of months then clean and brighten the wood. Only 1 coat on new wood.
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    Melissa · 08/14/2012
    Which stain would you recommend for a deck part shade and part sub in Chicago suburbs? Eith 1500 or 200? I notice the 200 has more solids but I am not sure why that is important. Thanks!
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    Michael Fink · 08/14/2012
    I\'m looking for some advice on semi transparent colors of the TWP 1500 series. Have a deck that gets alot of sun and has been stripped of old bad sealer and is now looking like new again. Wanted to use a color that leans more towards the brown or tan tones vs. cedar/red/orange. I dont want it too dark, but something that might give a little color and the needed protection from greying. Thx.
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    Steve Johnson · 08/13/2012
    I am about to put on some new cedar decking. How long should I wait until I stain? Also, which series/color would you recommend? Looking for a redder color, and in MN so we get the extremes for weather.
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    TWP Stains · 08/11/2012
    I would use the TWP 1500 Sereies
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    debra wagner · 08/11/2012
    I have a 12 year old redwood deck that has full sun southern exposure. Temps range from 25 to 107. Which stain would be best?
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    TWP Stains · 08/08/2012
    I would stay with the TWP 101. Why switch if you are happy?!
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    Ray · 08/08/2012
    I\'ve cleaned and sealed my 12 year old, Michigan, wolmanized, deck myself, every 2 to 3 years with TWP 101 and have been very happy with the results. I had a quote this year to have it done. The company that quoted the job was really pushing the Stormshield, even though his flyer advertised that he used the TWP 100. Is the Stormshield a better product? Should I switch to it or maybe the TWP 1500? Confused...
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    TWP Stains · 08/03/2012
    I would use the TWP 1500 Series in the Honeytone color.
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    TWP Stains · 08/03/2012
    New wood only needs 1 coat of TWP. Most likely you would still need 2 gallons.
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    TWP Stains · 08/03/2012
    TWP are semi-transparent colors that do not mask the wood grain but highlight or enhance the wood grain. You must have a tint/color in the stain if you want to prevent UV graying.
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    Danell · 08/03/2012
    We live in the Seattle area where it\'s very rainy and we live around lots of trees. Our cedar deck gets afternoon sun, when it\'s around. We just stripped our 10 yr old deck and brightened it. Which of your stain products would you recommend for this area? For color we like the look of natural cedar when it\'s wet but don\'t want an orange deck. What color would you recommend?
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    Sally · 08/03/2012
    Our new pine pressure treated deck is 240 square feet [no rails or railings]; on the TWP 100, does it require one or two coats? Trying to decipher whether to order 1 or 2 gallons. Also, are the stains transparent, semi transparent, or solid colors? We are trying to just seal the wood in it\'s natural color.
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    Sally · 08/03/2012
    Hi - we have a 5-month old pine treated lumber deck and will be ordering the cleaner/brightener and the TWP 100 stain - my question is are these stain color choices transparent, semi-transparent, or solid colors? We really just want something to seal the wood and not change the color or hide the woodgrain. Thank you - Sally