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Cleaning TWP Stains

Switching to TWP Stains

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Many exterior wood and deck owners have dealt with the task of changing their wood surface's appearance by simply switching to a different wood stain. Whether you want a different look or you are tired of inferior wood stains that don't last, switching to TWP stain is a good investment.

TWP is an EPA registered exterior wood preservative. It has excellent UV blocking and color retention properties that make it a superb choice for all exterior wood surfaces.

Before switching to TWP Wood Stains, you first have to remove all remnants of the old failing stain. Use a wood stain stripper and not a wood cleaner. Wood cleaners are not aggressive enough to remove old stains. Applying a wood stain stripper will soften most transparent, semi-transparent, and semi-solid water and oil based wood stains. Continue Reading

 

Applying a Maintenance Coat of TWP

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Wood maintenance is different from a complete wood restoration. Restoring a wood surface means bringing it back to a like new appearance from a neglected state or deciding to switch from one stain type to another. Wood maintenance, on the other hand, is an ongoing process to keep well-kept wood looking good. Wood maintenance is simply cleaning and recoating the wood with the same wood stain that was previously used. Continue Reading