TWP Stain Reviews, Articles, How-To Tips
TWP Wood Deck Stain Longevity
How long a wood stain will last depends on many different factors. Type of wood, age of wood, and climate are a few determining factors. Maybe not as obvious are wood prep prior to application and even the application itself. All these factors can effect the longevity of a wood stain.
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Staining and protecting your exterior wood surfaces is the best way to ensure they look good and last for many years. Using a professional grade stain like TWP (Total Wood Preservative) will preserve your wood’s beauty with a long lasting finish. Because TWP has been a leading stain brand for over 20 years its reputation as a durable and lasting wood preservative is unmatched.
Which TWP Stain Should I Use?
TWP stands for Total Wood Preservative. It has been around for over 20 years and has been a leader in the wood staining industry. TWP Exterior Wood Stain is an EPA registered wood preservative. Unlike other stains that cover up wood and form a protective film that is venerable to peeling and flaking, TWP stains are a penetrating oil formula that offers excellent protection. Knowing which TWP formula is best for your exterior wood project is the key to having excellent results.
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