TWP 1500 and100 (Series) Stain Coupon Codes, Discounts, and Promo Codes

Applying TWP stain to any wood deck or other exterior wood surface will help safeguard against rot, decay, and UV discoloration. Knowing TWP Total Wood Preservative is a quality product gives homeowners a peace of mind. After all, deck maintenance is not cheap, but it is one of those evil necessities that will save you money in the long run. Neglecting an exterior wood surface can lead to premature failure and structural concerns. 

Finding a quality stain like TWP at a discount would be great. But are there TWP Stain coupon codes available? TWP manufacturers and their authorized dealers do not offer online stain coupon codes. If you do find any coupon codes available, it is likely from an unauthorized dealer and the product’s performance cannot be guaranteed.

To get the best price available, buy only from an authorized TWP dealer. TWPstain.com is the official authorized online dealer for Gemini Coatings. Gemini is the largest manufacturer of the TWP stain line. TWPstain.com offers the best price on quality TWP series wood stains and sealers. Their TWP stain pricing cannot be beat by any other website.

Although there are no TWP stain coupon codes, if you sign up for the TWPstain.com newsletter you will receive periodic coupons, product tips, and info. Buying from an authorized dealer will ensure the best price without coupon codes. It also helps knowing that an authorized dealer will stand by the product and help answer any questions or concerns you may have during your staining project.

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    TWP Stains · 04/28/2015
    Roxann:
    I am interested in your 1530 stain. We live in Il. and replaced our deck 18 mouths ago and it is 1350 Sq. feet treated pine. Do you think we need 2 or 3 5 gal. containers. Thank you.

    For two coats you will need roughly 10-15 gallons. It varies on the application and how dried out the wood is. Make sure to prep well first with the Gemini Restore Kit.
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    Roxann · 04/27/2015
    I am interested in your 1530 stain. We live in Il. and replaced our deck 18 mouths ago and it is 1350 Sq. feet treated pine. Do you think we need 2 or 3 5 gal. containers. Thank you.
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    TWP Stains · 04/02/2015
    Jane McLaurin:
    Interested in wood sealer for newly constructed cedar siding

    You can use the 100 or 1500 for the cedar siding. Please read this about new wood:
    http://www.twpstainhelp.com/prepping-new-wood-for-twp-stains/
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    Jane McLaurin · 04/01/2015
    Interested in wood sealer for newly constructed cedar siding
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    TWP Stains · 03/30/2015
    Ken Clemens:
    Waiting on Coupon code or sale!

    Sorry but no coupons or sales are available currently. You can sign up as the articles states.
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    Brit Shelton · 03/30/2015
    love the product
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    ron grbovac · 03/30/2015
    Looking for coupons
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    Ken Clemens · 03/30/2015
    Waiting on Coupon code or sale!
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    TWP Stains · 03/30/2015
    Jack Mattia:
    Hi I live in Pa what state to I have to go to purchase 100 serious oil based stain,
    Had bad luck with the water based it peals off like paint.

    JM

    The 100 Series is not allowed there but the 1500 Series is. It is oil based and can be bought from this website.
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    Jack Mattia · 03/29/2015
    Hi I live in Pa what state to I have to go to purchase 100 serious oil based stain,
    Had bad luck with the water based it peals off like paint.

    JM
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    TWP Stains · 03/14/2015
    Karna Brooner:
    Live in Washington. Just bought today sun wood 16ft deck boards. Want to use twp on them first before I install back deck. Do I need to check moisture content on boards? Apply two coats on all sides with 60 minutes of first application?

    Please read this about new wood:
    http://www.twpstainhelp.com/need-some-help-with-twp-stains/

    No need to do all sides. Just exposed wood after instal, weathering, and prep.
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    Karna Brooner · 03/13/2015
    Live in Washington. Just bought today sun wood 16ft deck boards. Want to use twp on them first before I install back deck. Do I need to check moisture content on boards? Apply two coats on all sides with 60 minutes of first application?
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    TWP Stains · 01/25/2015
    J Fitzgerald:
    Interested in trying your product and getting a coupon to do so. Also need to how much I should buy for a 15' by 14' deck

    We currently do not have any coupons. Coverage for the TWP is about 150-200 sq. feet for the first coat. If doing a second coat, then that will apply at 200-300 sq feet per gallon. There is a calculator to the right that will help.
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    J Fitzgerald · 01/24/2015
    Interested in trying your product and getting a coupon to do so. Also need to how much I should buy for a 15' by 14' deck
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    TWP Stains · 01/21/2015
    JAMES GRAY:
    Are there any distributors in the Dallas Texas area.

    We personally do not have a dealer there as we are an online retailer.
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    JAMES GRAY · 01/20/2015
    Are there any distributors in the Dallas Texas area.
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    TWP Stains · 12/12/2014
    Robert Murphy:
    lease put me on your list to receive the newsletter and any available coupons codes

    You can sign up at the bottom of the right hand column.
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    Robert Murphy · 12/11/2014
    lease put me on your list to receive the newsletter and any available coupons codes
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    TWP Stains · 11/06/2014
    Abe:
    Can I stain, using TWP 100, right after installation of klin dried Dura-Pine pressure treated deck boards? Having deck boards replaced in South Carolina.

    With kiln dried you need to wait about a month and prep first with the Gemini Restore Kit. This will remove the mill glaze from the wood.
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    Abe · 11/06/2014
    Can I stain, using TWP 100, right after installation of klin dried Dura-Pine pressure treated deck boards? Having deck boards replaced in South Carolina.