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TWP is one of the top-rated semi-transparent stains on the market today. The TWP 1500 is the only exterior wood and decking stain that is EPA approved as a wood preservative. Use TWP 100 Series, TWP 1500 Series, and the TWP 200 Series and you are using the highest grade oil-based stains available for the 2020 season! If you have any questions on TWP, see our Q&A section below each product or visit TWPStainHelp.com.
We are now shipping TWP 200 Series in 1- Gallon and 5-gallon Pails to Canada!

We are pleased to announce a brand new label for the TWP 100 Series! The TWP 100 Series will now be called the TWP 100 Pro Series! We have had some questions as to if there a difference between the two series besides a label change.

See here for More Info: TWP 100 Series Label Change

TWPstain.com is an Official Online Distributor of TWP® Products

The Staff ~ TWPStain.com
TWP® stands for "Total Wood Preservative/Protectant" and has been manufactured by Gemini Coatings for over 25 years. TWP® 1500 Exterior Wood and Deck Stain is registered as an EPA Wood Preservative and is manufactured using only the highest quality of raw materials. Offering Superior Protection from UV discoloration, rotting, and water, TWP® Wood Care, and Deck Stain can be used on virtually any exterior wood surface. TWP Deck Stain
  • Stains the Wood for color - Seals the Wood for protection
  • All Decking Wood - Cedar, Redwood, ACQ, Mahogany, Pressure Treated Pine, etc
  • Cedar Shake and Roofing Shingles
  • Natural Wood Fences
  • Timber Framed Homes such as Log Homes and Cedar Sided Homes

TWP 1500 Series

The new TWP® 1500 formula is designed to penetrate better, dry faster, and outperform the previous TWP® 500 series formula.

TWP® 1500 Series is an EPA registered wood preservative that prevents structural damage and wood decay on exterior above ground wood surfaces such as untreated or previously treated fencing, decking, wood siding, log homes, and roofing. TWP® 1500 Series resists water absorption that causes warping, cracking and splitting as well as preventing freeze damage in colder climates.

TWP Wood StainsTWPStainHelp.com Website!

TwpStainHelp.com is the official help site for TWPStain.com. The TWP stain help site is designed for exterior wood and deck owners looking for solutions to their wood maintenance questions. We have gathered information based on years of experience.

From TWP stain tips and wood maintenance advice to prepping new wood and how-to articles, we will guide you through step by step to achieve professional-like results using any of the TWP wood preservative products. 

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    ralph nawrot · 06/03/2022
    i am staining a ceder deck i understand  the deck should not be sanded to remove old stain why? i am afraid to use striper as i heard it can be dangerous ?
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      TWP Stains · 06/03/2022
      Sanding can be used but do not sand finer than 60-80 grit. Too fine of sanding and the TWP cannot soak into the wood grain.
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    Frank kohut · 10/22/2021
    Hi:I have a question that I think I know the answer to, but I’ll ask it anyway. We put the deck stain on the day after sanding,(weather said 0 chance of rain), but 3 hrs after application, we had not a shower , but a deluge! Tried blowing the excess water off , but 4 days later, it’s still tacky. Will we have to re-sand and re-apply??Thanks
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    Rich · 09/28/2021
    I have a bamboo tiki hut that is faded and in need of a refresh...color and finish
    Which product fits this type of bamboo the best?   Rich
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      TWP Stains · 09/28/2021
      You would need the TWP 300 Series for bamboo and we do not sell it on our website.