TWP Stain rebate

Now Extended until September 30th, 2018!

Rebates forms are to be submitted after purchase.

  • The 2018 Spring online TWP $4 per gallon rebate (max amount of $40 per customer) applies to TWP® 100 Series, TWP® 200 Series and TWP® 1500 Series 1 Gallon and 5-Gallon pails purchased online at www.twpstain.com from April 23rd, 2018 – September 30th, 2018.
  • All submitted rebate forms should include at least two photographs of finished project*. Digital Photo Uploads and Rebate claims can be made using the rebate claim form below and may be made no later than 90 days from the original purchase date.
  • No rebate claims may be made after October 31st, 2018. Rebates will be applied in the form of a credit applied to the credit card or PayPal used for original purchase at TWPStain.com. Rebates can take up to 2 weeks after submittal, using the form below.

*Photographs may be utilized for future print or online promotion of the TWP® brand by the participating online dealer and/or the manufacturer of TWP®.

**Make sure all Finished Project Photos are sent with the Rebate form. You can upload multiple photos of your TWP project with your submission below.

***Disclaimer: All products must be purchased from TWPStain.com to receive credit from TWPstain.com

 

TWP Stain Rebate Form

Upload 2 Completed Photos of Project using the "Red" Button at Bottom of the form when submitting the Rebate.

 

 

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    Pauline Schoeneman · 08/10/2018
    Here are my 2 pictures for the rebate! Your upload button does not work!
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    Bostongal · 08/10/2018
    It rained too close to application and some of the stain has been displaced, is there anything I can do about it now? am I in a bad situation for where its displaced?
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    Bostongal · 08/08/2018
    What can be done about the oversanded area that wont absorb?
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      TWP Stains · 08/08/2018
      Lightly wipe off the excess stain with a rag and mineral spirits. Saturate all oily rags in water and lay flat to dry outside.
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        Bostongal · 08/08/2018
        Wipe off stain? With cloth and spirits? What will that do? There is no wet stain it looks white
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          TWP Stains · 08/08/2018
          Sorry, thought you said the stain was wet. Not sure if there is anything you can do this year. If it cannot soak in, there is no way to force it in this year but natural weathering should help over the next year to allow it in when you redo.
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            Pauline · 08/10/2018
            It took 2 years for my cedar fence to dry and gray! It even says on the can to wait until your fence grays! It looks beautiful now and this stain from TWP is fantastic!
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    Bostongal · 08/07/2018
    Hi, I was just told that the lighter area of stain was done while shaded, the redder was done in sun. Instructions are so very important. Can I sand and go darker next year for even color? See my other 2 posts.
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      TWP Stains · 08/08/2018
      You can use the Gemini Restore Kit for the prep and apply a darker color next year. Just one coat.
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    Bostongal · 08/07/2018
    This is bare, before
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    Bostongal · 08/07/2018
    I had a painter stain my deck with 1500 honey tone but even after much research and explaining to him the how to's I think he still had an issue. The deck looked half stained, a picture was taken and he is now adding stain. Am I going to be ok? I'm not worried but am concerned
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    Tony · 08/03/2018
    What is the self life of TWP 100? (Opened and unopened container)?
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    Melanie · 07/27/2018
    Just uploaded rebate form and realized auto fill didn't enter state and zip. Do I need to redo the form?
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    Stephen · 07/27/2018
    Something isn’t quite adding up. Rebate ends July 31, must submit in 90 day and no new claims after August 31. but July 31+ 90 days ≠ August 31.
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      TWP Stains · 07/28/2018
      8-31-18 is the deadline to submit. If you do not have the pictures, please submit anyhow and we will honor the rebate.
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    Tom Lykowski · 07/25/2018
    Just a concern. Last week I applied for the rebate on 10 gals. of twp 100 pecan color, that I purchased on May 7th I believe.
    How long do you keep the credit card numbers on file? Thanks, great product.
    Tom Lykowski
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      TWP Stains · 07/26/2018
      We personally never see credit cards or keep them on file. The CC merchant processing company handles all this and they are one of the largest in the world.
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    Joseph Palumbo · 07/24/2018
    Two pictures of the re-stained deck and one after a rain 4 days later. Great Product!!
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    Joseph Palumbo · 07/22/2018
    Great Product. Third time I am using. Love the Cedartone 1501. Raining 4 days after application and beading up like a new waxed car!! Thanks Joe P
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    Bert · 07/21/2018
    Just submitted rebate form with order number. Hope that was OK. Loving my newly stained deck!
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    Robert McGregor · 07/15/2018
    I have just finished my deck with TWP200 Slate Gray. The deck was 420 sq.ft. and I purchased 5 gallons, as per your calculator. I applied two coats wet on wet and when finished I still had a half pail of stain left over. I am a little concerned that I didn't apply it properly. What do you think?
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      TWP Stains · 07/16/2018
      It looks great! Coverage does vary based on the wood type and age of the wood.
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    Gary Lewis · 07/14/2018
    The color is a little darker than we thought. Is there any way to lighten the color?
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      TWP Stains · 07/15/2018
      Sorry but no. You would have to remove fully and then apply a lighter color.
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    Doug Smtih · 07/11/2018
    I just uploaded my rebate form and photos. Only after I sent it did I realize that "order Number" and "Invoice number" are not the same. I put the order number on the rebate form. Will that be sufficient or do you need the actual Invoice Number?
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    Dan · 07/10/2018
    I have some left over mixed cleaner solution. what is the best way to store so I can use it in month or 2?
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      TWP Stains · 07/11/2018
      Once mixed, the Cleaner is only active for a few hours. The Brightener will last indefinitely.
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    Dan · 07/10/2018
    Gemini cleaner
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    Jill · 07/09/2018
    I bought my stain at Dunn Lumber in Seattle. Can I still qualify for the rebate?
    Thank you.
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      TWP Stains · 07/10/2018
      Sorry but no. Only online from this website.