TWP 100 Series: This is a wood preservative that
prevents structural damage and wood decay on exterior above ground wood
surfaces such as untreated or previously treated fencing, decking, wood siding,
log homes and roofing. TWP 100 series also resists water absorption that causes
warping, cracking and splitting as well as preventing freeze damage in colder
climates. TWP 100 is compliant in 34 states. The 100 series is not available
in CA, CO, CT, DE, DC, IL, IN, ME, MD, MA, NH, NJ, NY, OH, PA, RI, Maricopa County of AZ, and certain counties of VA and UT. TWP 100
series can be used on all wood types including Cedar, Redwood, IPE, Mahogany,
Pressure Treated, Pine, and others
Coverage rate: 200-400 square feet per gallon.
Coats: The 100 series requires 1-2 coats
Life: TWP 100 series can last: Decks 1-3 years,
Vertical: 2-4 years depending on your environment/climate.
Application process: TWP can be applied with a pad,
sprayer, brush, or a roller. TWP 100 series need to be applied between 50-95 degrees Fahrenheit. For best
results clean your wood first with a high quality wood cleaner and brightener.
One Coat: Apply TWP to dry clean wood, if new wood
let it age a minimum of 4-6 weeks. Apply one even medium coat, allow 30 minutes
to pass and wipe up any excess that my still be present on the wood.
Wet on Wet (2 coats): 2 coats are not necessary, but
will provide additional penetration and protection for a few more months. Wet
on Wet 2 coats process requires you to put the second coat on immediately after
the first. If an hour passes DO NOT put a second coat, this will likely cause
the stain to puddle on top and create a film, which will peel over time. If you
cannot do 2 coats immediately after each other then wait until the following
year to apply another coat.
Dry Time: at least 4- 24 hours, depending on
temperature and humidity.
Previously treated wood: Previously treated wood must be weathered and cleaned. TWP should not be
applied over existing coatings that are still in sound condition.
Previous coatings can be removed with a high quality stripper
TWP® 100 Tech Data Sheet