TWP Stain Manufacturers

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Last Updated on January 30, 2023 by TWP Help

Who manufacturers TWP Wood Stains?

TWP Deck Stain ManufacturerTWP (Total Wood Preservative) has been around for over 20 years as an EPA registered wood preservative. It is one of the most premium exterior wood and deck stains on the market today. It’s manufactured using the highest quality of raw materials to offer superb protection from UV discoloration, wood rot, and water damage.

TWP Stain Dealers

Gemini/Amteco Coatings is the manufacturer of TWP wood preservative. is their authorized online dealer. Gemini Coatings is a 100% employee-owned company. It is the people of Gemini and their commitment to excellence that has made the company successful. Their state of the art facility is one of the most modern coating manufacturing plants in the industry. Their commitment to consistent, high-quality materials, manufacturing procedures, labeling, packaging, and shipping is in a class of their own.

Gemini Coatings manufactures a large range of wood finishing products such as varnishes, lacquers, primers, sealers, urethanes, acrylics, waterbornes, and of course the TWP product line. Each of the Gemini products embodies the company slogan, “Finish With Excellence”. is committed to bringing Gemini’s line of TWP stain to the consumer through help and education. As the official authorized online dealer, offers hands-on TWP stain reviews, help articles, and how-to tips, as well as a full line of TWP stain products.

With such a high-quality class of TWP stain manufacturers, TWP will continue to be the cutting edge total wood preservative of the industry.

TWP stain manufacturer for TWP 100 and TWP 1500 Wood Deck Stains


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8 months ago

Does the 1500 work well on IPE (Brazilian walnut? Its a very dense wood and difficult to stain

Yep 100 qiestion
2 years ago

We are wanting to use a TWP product, preferably 100, but we want it to be black with the wood green showing through. Can any of your TWP stains be died or had die added to them? Another question would be if we used one color of TWP 100 this year but chose to do a different color over it next year is that a problem?

3 years ago

Do I need to apply a sealer on top of the stain?

9 years ago

kiln dry heartwood western cedar . Do I have to wait 4-12-mo to apply 1500 series

Kasie Evans
8 years ago

how often do you recommend re applying for fence?

8 years ago
Reply to  Kasie Evans

Every 4-6 years.

Tammy Taylor
8 years ago

I had to replace a board on my weathered deck with a new deck board. The color difference is great. Will this new board stand out after staining? If so is there anything I can do ?

8 years ago
Reply to  Tammy Taylor

Yes it will look differently when stained and no is is not possible to match new wood to old wood. After 1-2 years it will blend much better.

Tammy Taylor
8 years ago
Reply to  Tammy Taylor

Thank you

8 years ago
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