Either stain, the 100 or 1500 Series is the best TWP stain for pressure treated pine decks, fences, or other exterior surfaces. Depending on the wood’s porosity, TWP can be applied in 1 or 2 coats. If 2 coats are necessary it is best applied “wet on wet” to ensure maximum absorption and an even finish.What is the best pressure treated lumber?
Pressure-treated wood has been around for nearly 70 years, yet most of us still know very little about this popular outdoor building material. To start, pressure-treated wood is softwood lumber, typically southern yellow pine, that's been chemically treated to resist rot, decay and termites.How do I get rid of pressure treated lumber?
The Safest Method To get rid of pressure treated wood in the safest way for the health of the environment and its inhabitants, take it down to the nearest Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) approved landfill and place it in the properly labeled container.When to use pressure treated lumber?
Although pressure treated wood is weather resistant and durable, we recommend you stain it with an oil based stain once after waiting the required 90 days and then every 3-4 years after that. This will prevent the fence from turning dull and grey in colour over the years.