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TWP Stain Samples for 1500 and 100 Series

Here is how our sample program works:

  • Pick as many colors as you would like by placing a check next to each then click "Add to Cart". Color swatches at bottom of page.
  • All samples cost $8 each to ship. Sample size volume is roughly 1.5-2 oz.
  • Once you decide to purchase a stain from our site, you can use the money you spent on the shipping towards the purchase of a 5 Gallon Pail of Stain!
  • Maximum $15 discount. Instructions on how to get a credit will be included with your samples.

*The 1500 Series has replaced the 500 Series.

*Sample program cannot be combined with any promotional discount coupons!

How To Claim Sample Credit

  • Enter your sample order number into the "Comment Area" during checkout. The sample credit will be issued after the order for the 5 gallon pail is placed. Typically the next business day and will post to your Credit card or Pay Pal account within 3-8 business days.

TWP Stain Samples

TWP Stain Samples

$8.00
TWP 101 Cedartone Sample $8.00
TWP 102 Redwood Sample $8.00
TWP 103 Dark Oak Sample $8.00
TWP 115 Honeytone Sample $8.00
TWP 116 Rustic Sample $8.00
TWP 120 Pecan Sample $8.00
TWP 105 Cape Cod Gray Sample $8.00
TWP 106 Prarie Gray Sample $8.00
TWP 1501 Cedartone Sample $8.00
TWP 1502 Redwood Sample $8.00
TWP 1503 Dark Oak Sample $8.00
TWP 1504 Black Walnut Sample $8.00
TWP 1511 Cal Red Sample $8.00
TWP 1515 Honeytone Sample $8.00
TWP 1516 Rustic Sample $8.00
TWP 1520 Pecan Sample $8.00
TWP 1530 Natural Sample $8.00
TWP 100 Clear Sample $8.00
TWP 1500 Clear Sample $8.00
TWP 100 Series
101 102 103 115
Cedartone 101 Redwood 102 Dark Oak 103 Honeytone 115
116  twp120  105   106
Rustic 116 Pecan 120 Cape Cod Gray 105  Prarie Gray 106
TWP 1500 Series
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Cedartone 1501 Redwood 1502 Dark Oak 1503 Black Walnut 1504
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1511 Cal Red Honeytone 1515 Rustic 1516 Pecan 1520
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Natural 1530

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RE: Wood Stain Samples
Of the 100 series cedartone 101 And the 1500 cedartone 1501 is one better than the other
Jim , June 13th , 2018
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
Quoting :
I recently purchased a sample of the Cape Cod Gray 105 but found that it is still not dark enough. We want to purchase a dark gray for our porch. Does TWP provide a darker gray?

Sorry but no, there are not any darker gray colors.
opwdecks , January 24th , 2018
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James & Janice Lee
I recently purchased a sample of the Cape Cod Gray 105 but found that it is still not dark enough. We want to purchase a dark gray for our porch. Does TWP provide a darker gray?
jjoneslee@gmail.com , January 24th , 2018
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
Quoting Sheri Sanders:
Hello,
I'm applying this to a new cedar deck 10x20. I plan on using TWP1500 series and prepping with the Gemini kit of wood cleaner and whitening. I live in the Pacific Northwest and deck is surrounded by massive Sitka Spruce tree. We get a lot of rain. Is it better to use the 100 or 1500 series under these conditions? Also what does 2 coats (wet on wet) mean? I'm ordering samples of redwood 1502 and rustic 1516. I do not want an orange, yellow, or extremely dark tone. Do you suggest the colors I have selected?
Lastly, I plan on covering wood screw holes with wood putty and cedar saw dust mixture and sanding over (as little as possible to allow as much stain penetration into wood pores). I'm thinking I show fill in holes and sand prior to the prep kit application and stain, however the putty instructions say to apply after staining. What are your thoughts? Thank you, Sheri

See here about the wet on wet application:
https://www.twpstainhelp.com/twp-stain-wet-on-wet-application/

Those colors are not yellow or orange.

Wood putty/filler does not work well for outside wood. It also will not stain to match with the TWP stain.
opwdecks , September 14th , 2017
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Deck Stain Advice
Hello,
I'm applying this to a new cedar deck 10x20. I plan on using TWP1500 series and prepping with the Gemini kit of wood cleaner and whitening. I live in the Pacific Northwest and deck is surrounded by massive Sitka Spruce tree. We get a lot of rain. Is it better to use the 100 or 1500 series under these conditions? Also what does 2 coats (wet on wet) mean? I'm ordering samples of redwood 1502 and rustic 1516. I do not want an orange, yellow, or extremely dark tone. Do you suggest the colors I have selected?
Lastly, I plan on covering wood screw holes with wood putty and cedar saw dust mixture and sanding over (as little as possible to allow as much stain penetration into wood pores). I'm thinking I show fill in holes and sand prior to the prep kit application and stain, however the putty instructions say to apply after staining. What are your thoughts? Thank you, Sheri
Sheri Sanders , September 14th , 2017
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
Quoting DAVID bollman:
I'm re-doing (stripping and sanding) a 20yr. old treated pine deck read your product is a good one (oil). Any comments, recommendations would help. Is oil or waterbed better for me?

The TWP is oil based and a registered wood preservative by the EPA. Best to use the TWP 1500 or the 100 Series after the prepping.
opwdecks , June 26th , 2017
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20yr treated
I'm re-doing (stripping and sanding) a 20yr. old treated pine deck read your product is a good one (oil). Any comments, recommendations would help. Is oil or waterbed better for me?
DAVID bollman , June 26th , 2017
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
Quoting Darren Pfau:
WHy is TWP the better choice for wood than thompsons water seal and it is about the same price. 2 is cornglassing the best before TWP?

TWP is an EPA registered wood preservative that will protect and prevent UV protection. Thompsons water seal does not provide any UV protection.
opwdecks , May 25th , 2017
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Cornglassing and stain
WHy is TWP the better choice for wood than thompsons water seal and it is about the same price. 2 is cornglassing the best before TWP?
Darren Pfau , May 25th , 2017
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
Quoting John:
Can we specify specie for the sample?
Regards,
John

I am not sure what you mean?
opwdecks , September 28th , 2015
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John
Can we specify specie for the sample?
Regards,
John
John , September 28th , 2015
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
Quoting Greta:
Building new super premium pressure treated pine deck in north Georgia mountains at 2500 feet above sea level. Lots of uv, wind and moisture. Which do you recommend100 or 1500? 1 or 2 coats?

2 coats of the 1500 Series.
opwdecks , August 27th , 2015
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1500 or 100
Building new super premium pressure treated pine deck in north Georgia mountains at 2500 feet above sea level. Lots of uv, wind and moisture. Which do you recommend100 or 1500? 1 or 2 coats?
Greta , August 27th , 2015
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
Quoting Sando:
Hmmmm....maybe I haven't gone through the website thoroughly enough, but why would one choose to use the 100 series stain over the 1500 series, or vice versa?

Where do you live?
opwdecks , July 30th , 2015
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Ms.
Hmmmm....maybe I haven't gone through the website thoroughly enough, but why would one choose to use the 100 series stain over the 1500 series, or vice versa?
Sando , July 30th , 2015
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
Quoting Nathan parker:
I have 300 by 4 foot walkover to beach on Amelia island Florida. It is made out of ground rates pressure treated pine nearly a year old. Please advise which product and which color. If you want t call me 9088687714. I am trying to make a decision in next day or so. Nathan

Any color that you like will work for this. Use the 100 Series. You will need about 10-12 gallons for 2 coats. Prep first with the Gemini Restore Kit.
opwdecks , July 12th , 2015
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
I have 300 by 4 foot walkover to beach on Amelia island Florida. It is made out of ground rates pressure treated pine nearly a year old. Please advise which product and which color. If you want t call me 9088687714. I am trying to make a decision in next day or so. Nathan
Nathan parker , July 11th , 2015
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
Quoting Joe Rodriguez:
Will this Work on Red Cedar Fence?
How much will I need to cover 6'x 304'?
Thanks

Joe

Yes it works on a fence. Please send a total sq. footage for the amount needed and make sure to double if doing both sides.
opwdecks , April 13th , 2015
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Will this Work on Red Cedar Fence?
Will this Work on Red Cedar Fence?
How much will I need to cover 6'x 304'?
Thanks

Joe
Joe Rodriguez , April 12th , 2015
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
Quoting Blake:
Does the 1500 stain apply easily with a hand pump sprayer? Do you recommend spraying all of the railings and verticals too?

You can spray the 1500 series but you will need to back brush it to make sure it is applied evenly.
opwdecks , March 18th , 2015
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Application
Does the 1500 stain apply easily with a hand pump sprayer? Do you recommend spraying all of the railings and verticals too?
Blake , March 18th , 2015
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
Tana,

TWP does not have a medium brown color. None of the colors will work for you.
opwdecks , October 13th , 2013
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
We are looking for a transparent stain with no orange/red/yell ow color to it, in a medium tone. We want a nice medium brown tone.

Would you recommend Rustic or Pecan or Natural?

One thing I don't want in going with Natural is for any yellow from our newly stripped and pressure washed oak deck to show through. Thanks for you helpZ!
Tana , October 11th , 2013
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
The Cedartone is darker then the Natural. They do lighten some over time.
opwdecks , September 23rd , 2013
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Natural vs. Cedartone
I ordered two samples: Honeytone & Natural for a new cedar fence. The Honeytone is way too orange & the natural is a nice color, but darker than I'd really like. Is the Cedartone darker than the Natural? And, if I apply the Natural, will it lighten over time?
gemcinti , September 23rd , 2013
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
Do you have a stain booklet with colors to send out?
Jaret , August 19th , 2013
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
TWP is not legal to be sold in Canada.
opwdecks , June 26th , 2013
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
I would look at maybe the Honeytone and the Dark Oak.

You can find pricing for each series on the links in the main menu.

Thanks
opwdecks , March 12th , 2013
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RE: Wood Stain Samples
I have a new cedar deck with a 1x12 border. I prefer to stain the border in a darker color...can you recommend two colors? Also, what is the pricing for a 5 gallon and a 1 gallon?
Rich Waxler , March 12th , 2013
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