TWP Stain | Total Wood Preservative - TWP 100 Series by Amteco®
Total Wood Preservative Deck and Furniture Finish (TWP 100 Series)
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AMTECO TWP 100 STAIN
NOTE: TWP 100 Stain can not be shipped to CA, CT, DC, DE, IL, IN, ME, MA, MD, NH, NJ, NY, OH, PA, RI, VT, VA and CANADA - Please see TWP 1500 for a comprable product.
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TWP 100 STAIN SURFACE PREPARATION:
NEW WOOD: All new wood must be thoroughly saturated and exposed to either rain or water; three or more times to open the wood grain and remove excess surface tannins. Allow a minimum of 48 hours of good drying conditions before applying TWP® 100.
OLD WOOD: Rinse surface with 3:1 mix of water and household bleach to remove mildew; use wood bleach to brighten wood and follow with 1500 p.s.i. power washer to remove dead surface fiber. Allow a minimum of 48 hours of good drying conditions before applying TWP® 100.
PRESSURE TREATED WOOD: Allow at lest 1 month of age before treating with TWP® 100.
PREVIOUSLY STAINED WOOD: Remove all of the old finish with power washing or paint stripper when necessary. Failure to remove the existing finish will result in a blotchy TWP® 100 applications due to uneven penetration and discoloration of aged finish.
METHOD OF APPLICATION: MIX THOROUGHLY BEFORE USING TWP 100! Apply with brush, roll, spray, and wiping cloth or applicator pad. Do not apply below 40° F, if rain is anticipated with 48 hours or heavy dew is present.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
TWP 100 should be applied at 100-400 sq.ft/gal. with brush, roll or spray. Rate will vary depending on wood porosity. Remove excess or puddled material that has not penetrated after 15 minutes with a paint pad or dry roller. Recoat over porous wood may be done as a wet on wet application. Allow to dry to touch overnight. Walking on TWP 100 before it is dry will cause tracking.
Because horizontal surfaces are subject to harsher conditions (foot traffic, standing water, deck furniture, spills, etc.) than vertical surfaces, they may require more frequent maintenance coats.
DRY TIME: 24-72 hours depending on drying conditions. Drying conditions will vary greatly depending on applied film thickness and weather conditions.
THINNING AND CLEANUP:
No thinning required of TWP 100. Use mineral spirits for equipment clean up.
Rag Disposal- Lay used rags in a single layer outdoors and allow to air dry for 24 hours. To minimize the chance of spontaneous combustion typical of natural drying oils, place rags in water filled metal container for disposal.
This product is toxic to fish. Do not contaminate water by cleaning of equipment or disposal of wastes.
PHYSICAL DATA: (Typical for all of the TWP® 100 series)
- Solids by Weight 34-42%
- Solids by Volume 25-29%
- Weight per Gallon 6.9-8.3
- Pigment 2.50-7.0%
- Maximum Coating VOC 550 grams/liter