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We ship via UPS and deliver right to your doorstep! Ready Seal, TWP, Sikkens and Penofin. Orders placed before 4:00 pm EST are shipped the same day and usually arrive within 1 – 3 business days!
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Same day shipping on orders placed before 4:00 pm EST. We carry TWPstain, which is one of the best rated oil based deck stains on the market. Having your stain arrive to you on time and leak free is important. This is why we go above and beyond when it comes to shipping our deck stain. Unlike our competitors, we far exceed UPS standards in shipping. We ship our stain in specially-designed heavy duty boxes that provide extra padding and are labeled to ensure the handler knows what’s inside. Having trouble locating a local TWP or Sikkens stain dealer near me, The Stain Depot is where to buy TWP and Sikkens stain and we ship the same day. Largest TWP and Sikkens stain dealers. Where to buy TWP and Sikkens? Fast Georgia, Texas, and New York Delivery with no tax.
Michigan or Ohio Deck Contractor? Looking for Gemini TWP stain at Sherwin Williams, Home Depot or Lowes? Contact us for special pickup contractor discounts on TWP and Sikkens Proluxe stain.
In 2017 PPG will re-name Sikkens to Proluxe Cetol and Proluxe Rubbol. The formula will stay the same as the original Sikkens formula as in the past.
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