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Please know that the TWP 100 Clear does NOT provide any UV protection


California, Connecticut, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Northern Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, Utah and Maricopa County; Arizona.

Click here to ORDER TWP 1500 for states above. TWP 100 series stain comes in 6 Transparent stain colors & 2 semi-transparent colors.


TWP 100 series Clear contains no UV protection.

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Key Features of TWP 100 PRO series Total wood Preservative:
TWP 100 series preservative has Excellent longevity on both vertical and horizontal surfaces.
TWP 100 will not peel if applied correctly.TWP stain is a wet on wet application.
TWP 100 series is a penetrating transparent stain, not a film former.
TWP 100 series is a Professional choice for all exterior wood deck surfaces.
TWP 100 series is a transparent stain preserves natural wood color.
TWP 100 series Repels water.
TWP stain falls off the wood and does not bead on heavy rain falls.
TWP 100 series Aids in color retention and will fade on deck floors evenly.
TWP 100 series is a unique combination of chemicals in a professional strength, easy to apply formula that protects and preserves all exterior woods and decks and log homes.
TWP Wood Stain is a oil base coating that gives wood a rich, beautiful transparent look. It is a wet on wet coating that will last for years.

TWP Wood Stain is a Water Repellent Prevents Water Absorption.
TWP Wood Stain Stops U.V. Damage and fading of the stain.
TWP Wood Stain Helps Prevent Wood Rot especially on deck floors.
TWP Wood Stain is Resistant to Mold and Mildew.
TWP Wood Stain is Easy to Apply and Maintain.

Dry time:

12-36 hours with temperature at 70 degrees with some sun. Wait 24 hours for traffic. 3 days for furniture

TWP 100 PRO series Oil Base Sealer and stain Product Description:

TWP stain is not found in Home Depot, Lowes or Menards
TWP® stain preserves and enhances the natural warmth, beauty, and integrity of new and old wood.
TWP® stain will penetrate deeply into the wood without surface film build-up, highlighting existing grain patterns with clarity and warmth.
TWP® stain is designed to provide protection against the four major causes of wood degradation; wood rot, water, UV damage, and Mold/mildew. TWP® stain reduces water absorption, the major cause of wood cracking.
TWP® stops wood rot that destroys wood, causing structural failure that may require wood replacement.
TWP® stain has a life expectancy of three to five years (on vertical substrates) with proper preparation, proper application and two coats. Life expectancy is longer on two year old wood.
TWP® is available in low V.O.C. Compliant form which meets current California Solvent Emission Regulations.
TWP® stain is extremely flammable, containing ultraviolet light absorbers* maintaining the natural color, while surface mildewcides eliminate premature unsightly gray and black discoloration. Accelerated and natural weathering tests show superior performance compared to conventional clear.
TWP® stain100 series preservative has unsurpassed color retention properties. Accelerated and natural weathering tests show superior performance compared to conventional clear and semi transparent wood finishes.
TWP® penetrates deeply without excessive surface film build. Many stains on the market are surface oriented and subject to peeling, blistering and chipping.
TWP® stain will not crack, peel or blister when applied according to directions.
TWP® Preservative is mineral spirits cleanup.
TWP® 101 Natural Cedartone is the most polular color with deck owners.
TWP® is a registered trademark of AMTECO.

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Step 1 – Apply Restore A Deck cleaner to the deck

Proper surface preparation is the key to any successful deck restoration project. First, all the vegetation around the deck should get saturated with water prior to applying any chemicals. This will act as a tarp for all of your plants. Then we will apply a bio-degradable chemical stripper or cleaner to soften and remove the existing failed wood stain treatment, sealer, or mold. Depending what deck stain or treatment that was last applied to the deck will depend on how strong of chemical that will be used on the deck. Film and water based stains are the hardest to remove and require the most time and material and possibly sanding. (Step 3)

Step 2-Pressure washing the deck

You will need to rent or use a pressure washer to speed up the deck cleaning process. Typically use between 1,200 and 1,800 psi on the deck depending on your previous coating and how strong the chemical is used. You want to be careful that the wood is not burned. To ensure top quality we let the chemical do most of the work.

Step 3 – Sanding off the deck

When you sand a cedar or redwood deck the tannin oil of the wood are pulled up to the surface when sanded. Wood brighteners neutralize this. New decks need to be sanded for the first time to insure an even finish.

Step 4 – Apply Wood Brightener to deck (Only cedar decks)

Once again  rinse the working area prior to brightening the wood. Once the house, concrete, brick, siding, and plants are rinsed. Apply a Wood brightener that will restore the wood back to the original blond color. The wood brightener also neutralizes the chemical stripper that was used in step one. Pressure treated or Wolmanized decks do not need the brightener.

Step 5 – Staining the Deck

Apply the stain/sealer by HAND BRUSHING the complete deck making sure extreme care is given by making sure no stain gets on anything but the deck. Typically only apply 1 coat to the verticals.  TWP-100 series transparent stain requires 2 coats wet on wet. You want to stay off the deck for several hours and up to a day after the deck has been completed. The best brush to use to apply TWP stain is the Wooster F5116 Natural bristle stain brush


Rain – If rain occurs shortly after staining the deck will typically repel it.  If the rain leaves rain marks we apply another light coat to the floor of the deck. Rain usually does not rinse off the stain, it usually will leave water marks. If rain is in the forecast maybe just do the skirting, underside of the deck or railing.

**The Stain Depot is not the manufacturer of TWP Stain. We are an official online TWP Stain dealer. TWP stain , TWP Preservative , Gemini Coatings , TWP coating, Amteco

TWP 100 series deck stain is a architectural product of Gemini Industries. Available in Livonia, Novi and Northville Michigan (MI)

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Additional information

Weight 9 lbs
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in

100 Clear, 101 Cedartone, 102 Redwood, 103 Dark Oak, 105 Cape Cod Gray, 106 Prarie Gray, 115 Honeytone, 116 Rustic, 120 Pecan