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How to Apply TWP 100 Stain Series

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TWP 100 Series Stain

TWP 100 Series Stain

TWP 100 Stain Series Wood and Deck Preservative has a coverage rate of 150-300 sq. ft. per gallon. 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

 

Difference Between TWP 100 and TWP 1500

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TWP 100 or TWP 1500 Series DifferencesDifference Between TWP 100 vs. TWP 1500

The TWP brand of exterior wood and deck stain has been around for over 2 decades. It is the only registered EPA wood preservative on the market today. It is made using only the best quality raw materials to offer superior wood protection. TWP Total Wood Preservative comes in several different series of formula. Knowing the differences can help you to make a more informed decision. Continue Reading

 

Shelf Life of TWP

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Shelf life of TWP Deck StainsShelf Life of TWP

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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Where to Buy TWP StainsWe are always asked where to buy the TWP Stains and Sealers for exterior wood and decking. Finding a TWP Stain Dealer locally is not always possible.

Here are a few different ways to get your

TWP Deck Stains

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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

 

TWP 100 Color Choices and Tips

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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.

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