TWP 1500 Stain 1 Gallon

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1500 Series Deck Stain is the new TWP formula that is specially designed to penetrate better, dry more rapidly and give better results that the former TWP 500 Series Deck Sealer.

TWP 1500 Series EPA registered deck stain is a wood preservative which helps to prevent structural harm and wood rot on all exterior wood surfaces. For both treated or previously treated above ground wood surfaces such as decks, fences, wood siding, roofs and log homes.

TWP 1500 Series Formula prevents wood cracking, warping, splitting and freeze damage in colder climates by locking out unwanted water and moisture.

TWP 1500 Wood Stain is a VOC compliant preservative with unique U.V. trapping pigments that help prevent wood graying, fading, and discoloring. The special blend of mildewcides aid in the prevention of mold and mildew spores which cause rot, decay and failure of wood surfaces.

TWP 1500 Series Wood Sealer will increase the longevity, beauty, and integrity of all your exterior wood surfaces. With the easy to apply and maintain formula, you'll be able to enjoy your investment for years.

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Key Advantages

  • Preserves wood and its natural color
  • EPA registered wood preserving formula
  • Professional's choice in exterior wood maintenance
  • Semi-transparent stain protects and enhances wood
  • Locks out water and moisture longer
  • Stops mold and mildew from forming
  • Designed to prevent wood rot
  • Formulated for easy application and maintenance
  • Prevents wood from becoming warped, cracked and split
  • Low VOC preservative compliant in 50 states

TWP is a registered trademark of Amteco Inc.

Gallon Sizes: 1's & 5's
Stain Type: Semi-Transparent Oil-Based
Coverage Per Gallon: 100-200 square feet
Coats  Required: 2 Coats. "Wet on Wet"
Temperature: 45-95 F
Application Tools: Pad, Sprayer, Brush, Roller
Dry Time: 4-24 Hours
Cleanup: Mineral Spirits
State VOC Limits: Compliant in all States

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    RAD Products · 07/21/2016
    mrsteven:
    Hello, I applied 2 coats using the 30 minute wet on wet method. I would like to apply a 3rd coat. Can I wait 24-48 hours to apply the third coat? Thanks!

    Do not apply a third coat. Too much stain and it will not cure or dry properly.
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    mrsteven · 07/20/2016
    Hi,

    I have applied 2 coats using the 30 minute wet on wet method. When can I apply a third coat? Can I wait 24 to 48 hours? Thanks!
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    RAD Products · 06/02/2016
    Strong PaTricia:
    I plan to stain a cedar pergola and pressure treated deck underneath. I plan to use the RAD system for cleaning and brightening. It is about 9 months old, no previous stain.
    Should I use TWP 100 or the TWP 1500 stain? Thanks.

    Depends on which state you live in?
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    Strong PaTricia · 06/01/2016
    I plan to stain a cedar pergola and pressure treated deck underneath. I plan to use the RAD system for cleaning and brightening. It is about 9 months old, no previous stain.
    Should I use TWP 100 or the TWP 1500 stain? Thanks.
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    RAD Products · 05/30/2016
    fern609"][quote name="TheSealerStore"][quote name="fern609:
    My deck had Cabot Chestnut Brown last year and it is horrible! I have sanded and will use the brightener on it and would like to use TWP 1500 but I am not sure which color might work best over last year's color. It was semi solid and this is semi transparent. Thanks for your feedback![/quote]
    You cannot use the TWP over this unless you remove all of the Cabot first.[/quote]
    Which tools are best for application of brightener and stain? Can the same be used for both? The floor is sanded well for the TWP stain. The spindles have little wear from previous stain. Would power washing be best for spindles and railings? Thanks

    You apply the brightener with a pump sprayer. The TWP is best applied with a stain pad or brush. The TWP cannot be applied over the stain that is still on the railings. You will need to sand and or strip to remove it.
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    Juanita Fernandez · 05/29/2016
    TheSealerStore"][quote name="fern609:
    My deck had Cabot Chestnut Brown last year and it is horrible! I have sanded and will use the brightener on it and would like to use TWP 1500 but I am not sure which color might work best over last year's color. It was semi solid and this is semi transparent. Thanks for your feedback![/quote]
    You cannot use the TWP over this unless you remove all of the Cabot first.

    Which tools are best for application of brightener and stain? Can the same be used for both? The floor is sanded well for the TWP stain. The spindles have little wear from previous stain. Would power washing be best for spindles and railings? Thanks
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    RAD Products · 05/29/2016
    fern609:
    My deck had Cabot Chestnut Brown last year and it is horrible! I have sanded and will use the brightener on it and would like to use TWP 1500 but I am not sure which color might work best over last year's color. It was semi solid and this is semi transparent. Thanks for your feedback!

    You cannot use the TWP over this unless you remove all of the Cabot first.
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    Juanita Fernandez · 05/28/2016
    My deck had Cabot Chestnut Brown last year and it is horrible! I have sanded and will use the brightener on it and would like to use TWP 1500 but I am not sure which color might work best over last year's color. It was semi solid and this is semi transparent. Thanks for your feedback!
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    RAD Products · 08/22/2015
    Ron Oda:
    This product recommends 2 coats. How much time should be allotted between the 1st and 2nd coat?

    Thanks, Ron Oda

    TWP is a wet on wet application. 20-60 minutes after the first coat is when you apply the second coat.
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    Ron Oda · 08/22/2015
    This product recommends 2 coats. How much time should be allotted between the 1st and 2nd coat?

    Thanks, Ron Oda
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    RAD Products · 08/09/2014
    Mike Callison:
    I can firgure the square feet on the deck surface but I need to know the formula for the steps and railing. My deck is not rectangular so I can't use your calculator
    I will be applying the stripper, brightener,and stain with a pump sprayer except the stain on the railings and steps.

    Linear feet of the railings times the height.
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    Mike Callison · 08/08/2014
    I can firgure the square feet on the deck surface but I need to know the formula for the steps and railing. My deck is not rectangular so I can't use your calculator
    I will be applying the stripper, brightener,and stain with a pump sprayer except the stain on the railings and steps.
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    Roberta Marquis · 08/12/2013
    Looking for something natural to pine look. Had Woodguard which darkened over time. How do I get samples?