TWP 100 Series Photos  5/5 (4)

This post was updated on May 1, 2024

TWP 100 Series Picture Album

Hearing from consumers who have used the TWP 100 Series wood stain, their decks have held up to the test of time and weather after this harsh winter. TWP is one of our top go-to stains as deck restoration contractors and we have been using it for 20+ years.

Overall Score TWP 100 Series Stain at 2 Year Period: 8.5

– TWP is one of our most commonly used stains. We have applied the TWP 100 Series to many 1000’s of decks and rarely have an issue. Easy to apply and easy to reapply when the time comes. There are a few other stains that are as good, but as of yet, no other product has been better.

For more info, see our article: TWP 100 Series Review

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Scott Paul ~ Restoring Wood & Decks Since 1993 Owner
As an article and comment contributor to the site, Scott has been around the pressure washing industry since attending college. In 1993 he started his first company called Oakland Pressure Wash specializing in exterior pressure washing and deck staining. That company evolved into OPW L.L.C. shortly thereafter concentrating more on exterior wood and deck restoration. Scott and his Deck Cleaning Michigan company have restored over 10,000 decks in the Metro Detroit area since the early years. He has become an authority in the deck restoration industry and has contributed to numerous wood restoration forums and informative sites. All the products he suggests through this site are sold through online sites and in retail stores, allowing the consumer to choose their own means of purchase. Scott’s eCommerce sites do sell many top brands he endorses and if you appreciate any of the help he has offered then feel free to purchase from one of them.

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andra Byrnes
andra Byrnes
1 year ago

Live in SW Colorado. Redwood deck has been sanded. Penofin was used in the past but it darkens and gray in some areas and color was uneven after a few years – sort of like pealing in some of your pictures.
What would you recommend The TWP 1500 series oil based semi-transparent ? Or one that has the Oxide to protect from UV damage.

Kevin C. Soles
Kevin C. Soles
1 year ago

I need to redo a mahogany storm door originally finished with the old 2 step Sikens product… no longer available… not sure what to use after a little sanding… don’t want to screw it up… beautiful custom door that hasn’t been addressed since instillation in NH 12 yrs ago and it’s in great shape that Sikens product was AWSOME the manufacturer used it in their production process… please HELP

Marcia Haymer
Marcia Haymer
1 year ago

Live in the snow belt, and get a lot of mold and peeling. What is your suggestion to fight the mold. No one in my area sells the TWP.

Roger Dixon
Roger Dixon
1 year ago

I have not seen any mention of Outlast Q8 log oil. Have you done any research or testing with this product?

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