Wood Stain Samples
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We will reply to your comment shortly· 08/06/2012Yes and they are both on the list above.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 08/06/2012Do you have these colors as samples?
We will reply to your comment shortly· 08/05/20121.5-2.0 oz.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 08/05/2012How many ounces is in a sample size??
We will reply to your comment shortly· 04/12/2012None of these samples "mask" the wood grain, they "enhance" the wood grain with different pigments. I would look at the TWP 1515 Honeytone as it is the lightest tone. Typically enhances the wood grain similar as to wet with water.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 04/12/2012Last summer I refinished my 15 year old decking (2500 sq ft) with TWP 100 Cedartone. Three coats, 30 gallons and 9 months later, the deck looks wonderful and I have no doubt about using TWP in the future.
However, the small amount of remaining Cedartone is not what I want to use to finish a new outdoor cabinet that I've almost completed with black walnut. I especially want to show off the beauty of the wood and am reluctant to use a "stain" because I'm afraid it will neutralize all the natural tones. The options I'm considering are TWP 1500 Black Walnut (a "stain" and TWP 1500 Clear). The cabinet will be somewhat sheltered from the weather (large overhang) and will get only a little direct sun (one hour?).
Since I'm looking for natural color retention, do you have a recommendation?