VOC (Volatile organic compounds) regulations are changing rapidly across the USA and Canada. Not all of the stains that we sell are compliant for all areas. As it stands 16 US states and Canada have adopted the more stringent 250 regulation:

TWP 100 Series is not VOC Compliant for Canada and these USA states and cannot be shipped or used there: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Northern VA, Pennsylvania, Parts of Arizona, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, all of Canada.

TWP 1500 Series is compliant for all 50 States but cannot be shipped or used in Canada.

TWP 200 Series is compliant for all 50 States and Canada.

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    Kyle · 09/17/2020
    I live in Nebraska. Have one year old cedar floor boards and new pine spindles. What would be a good stain to use to help match those woods. I know it won't be perfect, but looking to see if you have suggestions on something close.
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      TWP Stains · 09/17/2020
      Prep with the Gemini Restore Kit and stain with any color that you like in the 100 Series.
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    Bob · 09/16/2020
    Can twp 100 series be applied over previously installed 1500 series?
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    Valerie · 09/15/2020
    I have a 5 year old deck that has been sealed with a transparent stain twice so far. Used a different brand. Did not last and looks awful. We are having the 14 x 27 deck stripped and re stained. I did not know whether to get the 1500 or 100.
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    Brian · 09/10/2020
    The last time I used your product on my log cabin, I mixed 50% cedar and 50% clear now I am using the 1500 will I get the same result.
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      TWP Stains · 09/10/2020
      Similar but the 1501 Cedartone is slightly darker than the 101 Cedartone if that is what you sued last time.
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    Ron · 09/02/2020
    Can I use the TWP 1500 (clear) on a rough cedar fence ?
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    Lee · 07/26/2020
    Used your TWP 100 in honey 3 yeas ago on some exposed beams in Central Oregon and thought it would be time to repeat. While washing the beams to prep them, I noticed the TWP is STILL beading water like the day after I applied it AWESOME!!!
    I now have my mother convinced to use it on her deck. She previously used a different brand of oil based stain. Question: Will she need to strip the deck or can she apply the TWP 100 over the old oil based product?
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      TWP Stains · 07/27/2020
      You will need to remove the previous coating fully first.
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    Deborah · 06/26/2020
    My deck is currently stained in TWP 201. The last time it was done (2015), the company didn't do a great job. I'm about to restain and I think the TWP 101 is a better fit based on what I see on this site. I am in GA.

    Can the TWP 101 be applied on top of the TWP 201 after just a cleaning?
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    Will · 06/26/2020
    Per your VOC listing, TWP 100 cannot be shipped to "Northern Virginia". I'm in Southwestern Virginia (Huddleston, VA 24104). Can TWP 100 be shipped to Huddleston? If not, where in Virginia can it be shipped?
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      TWP Stains · 06/26/2020
      It is fine there. Just not allowed in the DC area counties of VA.
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    Rob · 06/18/2020
    I have a 20-year old dock in NC which gets full sun. I applied a penetrating oil about 4 years ago and it has held up well, but wanted to change color. Not sure I can remove it. Other than pressure washing is there any prep work I need to do and which stain would you recommend?
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    byron · 06/01/2020
    i have a deck and dock in Missouri on a lake. some shaded areas and some with a lot of sun. 100 or 1500?
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    Felix Gonzales · 05/18/2020
    I have a newly built cabin what can I use that is good quality that allows woodgrain to show
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    Chris · 05/14/2020
    How long does it take for delivery?
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    Doug · 05/04/2020
    Live in Minnesota and applied a water based semi-transparent stain to a new cedar deck. Did not hold up. What should i use?
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    Ms.Connie · 05/03/2020
    My redwood deck is around 30 years old in Whitefish, Montana. Several years ago I made the mistake of applying a "stain" that was more like a paint (2 different colors for different levels). Now, using a 4" putty knife I am trying to scrape off the paint so I can apply a penetrating oil. I will most likely need to sand some, for which I read an orbital sander with 36 grit paper recommended. After that, should I use RAD cleaner/brightener before using TWP Pro Series penetrating oil? Some of the ends of the deck are rotted, and I may have some redwood to replace it. How would you re-do this deck?? The stairs up was added more recently, and has never had a finish...would you recommend using the light gray stain on the whole deck?
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      TWP Stains · 05/03/2020
      You will have to sand this to remove it. Clean/Brighten after. TWP 100 Series. Any color that you like.
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        Connie Rudie · 05/16/2020
        If it's all sanded down, why does it need clean/brighten? Does it need to be pressure washed?
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          TWP Stains · 05/16/2020
          It opens up the wood pores after sanding. Pressure wash while using the prep products.
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    Rik · 04/23/2020
    How long will the 5 gallon cans last before they expire??
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    Mike · 04/22/2020
    I would like to re-stain my cedar deck (after two years) again with TWP100.
    your website will not allow me to order a one-gallon container.
    Living in Washington state, there is no VOC restriction.
    Please let me know how to place an order.
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    Mel · 04/22/2020
    We have a new pressure-treated wood screened in porch and need to stain the inside floor and the outside support beams and lattice. We live in NC but would prefer lower VOC and a "healthier" option. Which formulation is our best option (the difference between 1500 and 200 isn't clear to me) and if it's the 1500, would you please recommend a color or two or three that are closest to the Butternut of the 200 series? Thank you very much!
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    Joy · 04/20/2020
    Can I purchase this somewhere in Georgia
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    Shelley · 04/20/2020
    I just posted a question on what to use on my over 32 year old deck. Just in case you suggest TWP 100 I checked the states it can be used in and I cannot use it in CT. Here is my deck. Hoping you can help me know what to use. Thanks again!
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    Christopher · 04/19/2020
    I have 10 year old cypress board and batten siding that needs to be restained. What do you recommend?