Boron-based Wood Preservative.
This boron-based, concentrated wood preservative controls termites, insects, and wood decay fungi such as brown and white rot. Use on wooden structures that come into contact with water such as crawl spaces, decks, sills, columns, joists, beams, logs, siding, and fences. This versatile product can be used on wet or dry surfaces, indoor or outdoors, and on wood or wood-based products before or after treatment with LiquidWood or WoodEpox. It’s the preservative of choice for its long lasting effects and low toxicity to humans and pets. Apply to bare wood. Dilute with water as needed.
Coverage: Dependent upon dilution ratio and surface type.
Packaging: 1 gallon
This product is unavailable for shipment into Canada.
Questions and answers of the customers
The wood should be completely dry before applying the LiquidWood.
Q Looking for a coating to maintain 140 sq ft on a “below-grade-type PT” plywood Sidewalk on a tar-... answer nowA
LiquidWood should not be used in that manner. It's a consolidant for rotted, soft spongy wood. It is not a protective coating. If you use it as you describe, it will remain on the surface and remain tacky. You can use WoodEpox to fill gaps.
Q BORA-CARE DILUATED WITH WATER AND PROTECTION WHEN DELETED WITH WATER - APPROXIMATE COVERAGE AREA ... answer nowA
Please refer to the TDS here for specific coverage and application questions: https://www.abatron.com/product/bora-care/
Q I have 150 year old cedar siding which appears to be in bad shape and doesn't want to hold paint ... answer nowA
BoraCare is a product used to penetrates deep into the wood to pride long-lasting protection against termites, wood destroying beetles and decay fungi. LiquidWood is a consolidant for rotted, soft, spongy wood. I do not believe either one of them is what you are looking for, unless you need to address on of those problems. We do have an expoxy primer call PrimKote 8006-1 that may be helpful to you. Please contact our technical department at 800-445-1754.
Q I have a tree stump that I'm looking to turn into a support for a clear table top. It is oak and ... answer nowA
You can use our LiquidWood on any dry rotted wood to consolidate it and make it hard again. It is not a protectorant or sealant type product.