TWP 100 Pro Series Label Change

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TWP 100 Series versus TWP 100 Pro Series

Last Updated on January 19, 2021 by TWP Help

TWP 100 Series versus TWP 100 Pro Series

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 besides a label change.

TWP 100 Pro Series

  • Same Exact Colors!
  • Same 550 VOC Compliance!
  • Same Durability!
  • Same Price!
  • Newer Improved Label!
  • Newer Improved Mildewcide!
  • The TWP 100 Series is compatible with the new TWP 100 Pro Series for maintenance coats or intermixing!

TWP Pro Series

TWP 100 Series versus TWP 100 Pro Series

TWP 100 Series versus TWP 100 Pro Series

 
 
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Hildegard Spencer
Hildegard Spencer
22 days ago

Is 1501 as durable as 101 oil base semitransparent?

Hilda Spencer
Hilda Spencer
24 days ago

What is the difference between oil base semitrsnsparent cedartone 101 and Total wood preservative 1501 Cedartone?

Hilda Spencer
Hilda Spencer
22 days ago
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Is it the same product?

Gail Cammarata
Gail Cammarata
1 month ago

Hello, I’d like to use TWP 100 Semi Solid stain in dark brown for the exterior CEDAR trim on my house. There’s a semi solid (or maybe semi-transparent) stain in dark brown on the trim right now, but I’m not sure of the type (oil or water-based) or brand. Does it matter?

Also, there’s peeling in certain areas. What’s the best way to prep for TWP semi solid exterior stain on peeled wood? I’d like to avoid pressure washing if possible.

Lastly, some of the trim will be new CEDAR, some of the which (just below the roof) will be covered with a dark brown drip edge. What’s the best way to protect this new wood before the metal drip edge covers it? I’ve read that you recommend waiting 4-12 months to apply the stain. Should I wait that long before installing the drip edge?

Thanks so much for your help!

Sincerely,

Gail C

Gail C
Gail C
30 days ago
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Thank You!

 
Nancy
Nancy
6 months ago

We weren’t able to re-stain our deck this summer. Now it’s fall and while the days can get up to mid-60’s, the nights fall below freezing and there is frost on the deck each morning. Is it still possible to stain the deck if we put it on in the mid-morning after the frost is gone?

K C Guy
K C Guy
8 months ago

I have a 30 year old log cabin. We never wanted to stain it. We have used oil based Sealers of it many times. Your products have come to my attention and are well recommended. Do you make a clear sealer couldn’t find one on your web site?

Barbara
Barbara
9 months ago

We replaced our deck last fall and need to seal the new wood. We made the mistake of staining the previous wood Deck with products that kept peeling off so we just went darker every few years. A friend in another state used Clear TWP and we are interested, but wondered if we did the clear the first time what we would have to do To prep it if we decided we wanted to stain it the next time. The deck is on the north side of our home in Iowa so the winters are hard on it.

Paul
Paul
9 months ago
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If we go with a color stain do we need to also strip it off each time if we are recoating with the same color?

 
Lindsay Smith
Lindsay Smith
10 months ago

We applied 120 pro series in pecan to our clean, sanded deck. It wasn’t supposed to rain and then surprise, it did after about 6 hours after application. I’m annoyed by these splotch sections. Can I apply another coat on top of this one or do I need to start all over?

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Bill Johnston
Bill Johnston
11 months ago

Is TWP sold in Canada and if not where in Northern NY can I buy it ; You state that a sprayer can be used; does that mean an electric sprayer and lastly what is your preferred method of applying this to a deck and railings.

Thanks Bill Johnston
613-52-1539

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