All-purpose Liquid Adhesive
Often used for structural and laminating applications. Creates a high strength structural bond with high overall impact resistance. Bonds ceramics, glass, metal, wood, stone, and most rigid surfaces. Food grade. Tack free in approx. 4 hours. Apply with a brush, roller, or squeeze bottle.
Color: Translucent Amber
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Customer Questions & Answers
Q Would I be able to use epotron to glue and fill a round wooden dough bowl that was dropped and is now in two pieces.will I need to figure out how to clamp the round bowl while this product dries?Answered by the admin
You can use it to glue the wooden bowel, although our products are not food safe products.
Q I have a 8" x 8" treated wood post for a gazebo that has some 1/4" to 1/2" cracks. Which product would you recommend to use to repair and seal the cracks? Thanks.Answered by the admin
Q Which of your wood repair products would be best to put 2 pieces of aged pressure treated wood back together. I have outdoor steps with a rail and someone threw a heavy object that totally broke apart one of the balusters. Can this be saved?Answered by the admin
Epotron 5 should work well for your application.
Q I see the response to the 95-degree question, but I have a south-facing window in Hollywood CA. It will get direct sunlight and we do have 100 degree days. Can I still use liquid wood to thin the epoxy? I was all ready to go until I saw that temperature caveat. Thank you.Answered by the admin
Yes, you can still use the LiquidWood for thinning WoodEpox.
Q I am repairing rotted wood on my front porch. I have some very small cracks that I want to fill with Woodepox. I have read that when trying to fill a small crack with Woodepox, it is best to thin it. In Virginia the temperatures reach 95 often. So my question is this. Should I use epotron to thin the woodepox?Answered by the admin
You can use the LiquidWood to thin the WoodEpox.