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    TWP users:

    I've got a unique customer that wants to use TWP stain on their log home. I have nothing against the stain, I've just never used it and know nothing about it. I don't know how many of you use TWP on log homes? So my questions are, what's the moisture content have to be? Does it spray well? What can I expect out of this stuff and what's the best to use on a log home? Also, it's a red pine house with a yellow pine addition and they want dark walnut. Is that dark enough to cover up the differences in the wood, or do I have to blend it?
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    Re: TWP users:

    Which TWP can you put your hands on? We can still get the 100 series and we LOVE it. Getting ready to put over 350 gallons of it down
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    Re: TWP users:

    Wow Celeste, What type of project is that ? Multi units of siding ? I just quoted a roof 150 to 200 gallons of oil. The guy puked at the price.

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    Re: TWP users:

    It's a Church retreat/hotel/conference center with some decks and a bridge
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    Re: TWP users:

    We use a ton of it. Sprays good. The pecan color is very nice. A little more $$$ but looks richer than the cedar tone.

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    Re: TWP users:

    [quote author=Celeste@CarolinaProWash link=topic=12386.msg164143#msg164143 date=1308056049]
    Which TWP can you put your hands on? We can still get the 100 series and we LOVE it. Getting ready to put over 350 gallons of it down
    [/quote]Hopefully you got a good price :thumbsup:

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    Re: TWP users:

    [quote author=podius link=topic=12386.msg164142#msg164142 date=1308055927]
    I've got a unique customer that wants to use TWP stain on their log home. I have nothing against the stain, I've just never used it and know nothing about it. I don't know how many of you use TWP on log homes? So my questions are, what's the moisture content have to be? Does it spray well? What can I expect out of this stuff and what's the best to use on a log home? Also, it's a red pine house with a yellow pine addition and they want dark walnut. Is that dark enough to cover up the differences in the wood, or do I have to blend it?
    [/quote]Sprays well and covers well. There is not a Dark Walnut color but there is a "Black Walnut" in the TWP 1500 Series.

    PM me if you have any other questions.

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    Re: TWP users:

    Does TWP have a moisture requirement for the wood? It's good to know there's some love for it, thanks everyone.

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    Re: TWP users:

    [quote author=podius link=topic=12386.msg164189#msg164189 date=1308137236]
    Does TWP have a moisture requirement for the wood? It's good to know there's some love for it, thanks everyone.
    [/quote]Not really. Just let dry for 24-48 hours after washing is normal.

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    Re: TWP users:

    [quote author=opwdecks link=topic=12386.msg164198#msg164198 date=1308169727]
    [quote author=podius link=topic=12386.msg164189#msg164189 date=1308137236]
    Does TWP have a moisture requirement for the wood? It's good to know there's some love for it, thanks everyone.
    [/quote]Not really. Just let dry for 24-48 hours after washing is normal.
    [/quote]

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