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How to Apply TWP 100 Stain Series

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TWP 100 Series Stain

TWP 100 Series Stain

Tips on Applying TWP 100 Series in 2019

TWP 100 Stain Series Wood and Deck Preservative has a coverage rate of 150-300 sq. ft. per gallon, per coat. Best to measure the wood’s square footage to determine how many gallons you’ll need for your project. On wood decks, be sure to include all the railings and steps.

Before applying TWP 100 Series Deck Stain be sure the wood surface has been cleaned properly using a wood cleaner. Use a broom or leaf blower to remove any debris that may have fallen onto the wood since cleaning it. Continue Reading

Shelf Life of TWP

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Shelf life of TWP Deck StainsTWPStainHelp.com Tips: What is the Shelf Life of TWP Wood Stains

After an exterior staining project with TWP, Total Wood Preservative Stain you may have some extra left over. Or you may have bought some TWP wood stain intending to use it and just haven’t got around to it. Whether you have some left over or the season ended before you could use it, TWP wood stain will store and keep fresh with proper care. Continue Reading

Where To Buy TWP Stain

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Warning for 2019 regarding TWP Branded products on “fake” TWP sites

Where to Buy TWP Stains

Where to Buy TWP Stains

Please beware of “fake” TWP eCommerce & Amazon sellers who are claiming to be Authorized TWP Dealers and/or offering “sales” or “liquidations”. They are not legitimate dealers, recognized by TWP manufacturing.

When buying TWP Branded Products directly online from TWPStain.com we know the consumer is fully protected and protects our reputation for treating customers fairly with Genuine TWP high-quality products and service. Only TWP Authorized Online Dealers can display the TWP Online Dealer Logo and offer full warranty and customer service.

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Switching to TWP Stains

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Changing to TWP Wood and Deck Stain Tips

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

TWP 100 Color Choices and Tips

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Questions on TWP 100 Colors?  – TWPStainHelp.com

TWP 100 Series comes in 9 different color choices, 8 of which are semi-transparent. TWP absorbs into the wood grain and “enhancing” the natural color tones of your wood by adding pigments.

Final colors will vary substantially based on:

  • Type of Wood
  • Age of Wood
  • Prepping of Wood

This article will further explain the TWP 100 Colors to help you determine which is best for you. If you have questions, please ask below.

See here: TWP 100 Series Photo Albums

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TWP 100 Stain Reviews

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TWP 100 Stain Reviews and Ratings By Consumers.

TWP 100 Stain Reviews and RatingsIf you have used the TWP 100 Series Stain and Preservative, please write a review of your experience in the comment area. We would like to hear all feedback and results after a 2 year period of use.

These reviews will help us gain valuable knowledge of actual experiences from Homeowners and Contractors. Continue Reading