TWP 100 Series 5 Gallon

$170.00
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We cannot Ship TWP 100 To Canada. We can ship the TWP 200 Series to Canada.

#1 Rated Wood Sealer/Stain!

TWP Total Wood Deck Stains and Preservative protects and preserves all exterior wood and decks. TWP Total Wood Preservative is a unique combination of chemicals in a professional strength formula that protects and preserves exterior wood in several ways. 

TWP Deck Stain prevents water absorption that causes warping, cracking, and splitting. Prevents freeze damage in colder climates. 

TWP Deck Sealer Stops U.V. Damage - Special U.V. absorbers prevent unsightly wood graying, darkening, and fading. Wood stays beautiful longer. 

TWP Wood Stain Prevents Wood Rot - EPA registered wood preservatives prevent structural damage and wood decay for above ground surfaces. Especially important on untreated fencing and decking. 

TWP Wood Sealer is Resistant to Mold and Mildew - Special mildewcides inhibit the growth of mold and mildew preventing premature discoloration. 

TWP 100, TWP 1500 series are EPA registered wood preservatives and rated #1 in leading consumer magazines.

  • Excellent longevity on both vertical and horizontal surfaces.
  • Will not peel. TWP is a penetrating stain, not a film former.
  • Professional choice for all exterior wood surfaces.
  • Semi-transparent stain preserves natural wood color.
  • Repels water.
  • Aids in color retention.

Coverage:

TWP Wood Deck Stain applies at about 150-300 feet per gallon. Actual coverage varies depending on wood porosity. 

Two coats "wet on wet" are recommended for maximum protection. TWP Wood Deck Stain must penetrate into wood for optimal results. 

Please Note:

Due to these specific states VOC regulations TWP 100 series cannot be shipped to them: California, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Northern VA, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana

TWP 1500 series can be shipped to all 50 states.

TWP 100 Colors

TWP is a registered trademark of AMTECO, Inc.

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Thursday, 18 May 2017

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    The Sealer Store · 05/12/2017
    rulec444:
    Hi - I restained my wood deck last spring using TWP 100 Series Cedartone. Previously I had to strip & restain it every spring because I was only using Clear with no SUV protection.
    Since the Ceartone has some SUV protection, it still looks pretty good.
    I already have the RAD Stripper and Brightner - I'm thinking if I use that I need to restain again, is that correct? If I don't do anything but lightly power-wash it, will it last through another harsh summer and winter (I live in KS)?
    Sorry, I can't remember what I'm supposed to do this year.
    Thank you for your help!

    Yes, if you use the stripper, you will need to reapply. Best to just leave alone and redo next year.
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    Catherine R Rule · 05/11/2017
    Hi - I restained my wood deck last spring using TWP 100 Series Cedartone. Previously I had to strip & restain it every spring because I was only using Clear with no SUV protection.
    Since the Ceartone has some SUV protection, it still looks pretty good.
    I already have the RAD Stripper and Brightner - I'm thinking if I use that I need to restain again, is that correct? If I don't do anything but lightly power-wash it, will it last through another harsh summer and winter (I live in KS)?
    Sorry, I can't remember what I'm supposed to do this year.
    Thank you for your help!
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    The Sealer Store · 08/16/2015
    Somewhere between 10-15 gallons sounds correct for two coats.
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    K Trig · 08/15/2015
    How much TWP 100 series stain do I need for a 1000 sqft deck with spindle railings and two staircases of about 8 steps each? I was thinking 10 gallons but would it hurt to have 15 on hand. The floor of the deck is new wood that has been cured for one year.
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    The Sealer Store · 07/30/2015
    AW, You need to remove the old coating first. Use the RAD stripper and pressure washing. Sand after if needed to remove any remaining stain. Use the RAD brightener to finish the prep. TWP work well for your area.
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    AW · 07/29/2015
    Plan to purchase TWP 100 series for use on previously stained deck in South Eastern VA (approx 15 yrs old). Deck is not in too bad shape and I plan to sand, clean and brighten before using TWP 100 series. Which cleaner and brightener do you suggest? And is TWP100 series the right choice?
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    The Sealer Store · 06/22/2015
    No it is not possible to leave it the color it is and have UV protection. You must have a colored tint in your stain for UV protection and that means you will enhance the grain of your redwood based on the color you pick. In addition the TWP 100 Series is not allowed in CA so you will need to order the 1500 Series. Lightest tint color in the 1500 is the Honeytone.
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    ShaneFord · 06/22/2015
    I am just finishing almost 300' of redwood fencing. I used Construction Heart redwood boards and lattice, which look great. I want to use a sealer which protects the wood while leaving the natural color of the redwood. Is this possible?? I live in Northern California where the fence gets a lot of sun but no snow or very cold conditions. Also, should I wait a certain period of time before sealing the fence since it is new???

    Thank you,
    Shane
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    The Sealer Store · 04/19/2015
    Best to apply a very light coat to the entire floor now. No need to to verticals/railings. Use a stain pad applicator.
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    Pam · 04/19/2015
    We stained our deck last year with TWP1500. We love how it turned out. My husband cleaned it yesterday and unfortunately he used a cleaner and then rinsed with a pressure washer as we had a lot of pollution grime that had accumulated over the winter. In a few areas the stain was removed. Should I restained the whole deck or can I only stain the boards that were affected. Is it better to use a brush or can a roller be used? The first time I took my time and used a brush.
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    The Sealer Store · 08/11/2014
    Buy the Dark Oak and mix that into it.
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    Steve Williams · 08/11/2014
    I bought 15 gallons of TWP Rustic 116 and I want to darken/brown it up a bit. Do you have any tint that I can purchase/add, or do I just buy some Dark Oak 103 and then mix it in with my 116?
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    The Sealer Store · 05/09/2014
    Gary, either would work well for you in your area. Use the 100 series if you go with TWP. Need to redo every 2-3 years is normal.
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    Gary · 05/08/2014
    I can't decide between Defy extreme , or one of the TWP products. 30x16' deck has cured 8 months . Live in South Carolina 29302. Very long , Hot and humid summers. Wet Winters. Lots of foot traffic on deck. How long will each stain last , before I need to reapply? suggestions are welcome
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    The Sealer Store · 04/02/2014
    Most likely it will go bad in 2 years. If you close the container so there is zero evaporation, there will a better chance of lasting.
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    Paul in Michigan · 04/02/2014
    Hi, how long will this stuff last in storage? If i have some leftover after i do my deck, can i save it for a couple years, and use it when i have to reapply?

    thanks,
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    The Sealer Store · 07/21/2013
    TWP 100 and 1500 cannot be shipped to Canada. They are not legal based on VOC laws. All Canadian orders will be cancelled if TWP is ordered.
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    Garry Scrimgeour · 07/21/2013
    Do you ship to Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, Vancouver
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    Harold Hansen · 08/19/2012
    On recently stripped rough sawn ceder siding with mid 70 temps. How long at the most can there be between coats and still achive the wet on wet application requiered for twp 100 ceder tone.
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    The Sealer Store · 08/07/2012
    That is for 1 coat. The second covers twice as far as the first coat.
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5 Gallon
Available Sizes
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TWP
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Free Shipping
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Semi-Transparents
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Both
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Low VOC State