Additional Information

Weight 7 lbs
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 8 in

LiquidWood®– Cold

Structural Epoxy Wood Stabilizer, Hardener and Consolidant for Deteriorated Wood.  Formulated for Cold-Weather Use.

Uses:  LiquidWood® – Cold is a variant of the original LiquidWood® wood consolidant, formulated for use between 35° F and 60° F*. It is designed to penetrate and harden wood, restore strength, and impart resistance to water, weather, and wear. Use on windowsills, columns, decks, and other wooden architectural elements. Serves as a primer for WoodEpox® – Cold wood replacement compound.

Features and Benefits: LiquidWood – Cold is easy to use and produces permanent results.  Its low viscosity allows it to penetrate deep into the wood and saturate deteriorated wood fibers prior to hardening, even at low temperatures.

Technical Characteristics: 2:1 mixing ratio.  Combine 2 parts, by volume, LiquidWood  – Cold Part A with 1 part LiquidWood – Cold Part B.  Pot Life: approximately 2 hours at 35° F.  Hardens within 24 hours depending on temperature.  Effective coverage varies based on the porosity of the wood.  Translucent amber color liquid resin.  Apply by brushing, pouring or injecting directly onto dry, bare wood.

* LiquidWood – Cold is recommended for use in temperatures ranging from 35°F to 60°F (2°C – 16°C). For applications at higher temperatures, standard LiquidWood is recommended.

DescriptionUnitQtyPrice
3 Pint
$72.50

TYPICAL TEST RESULTS

Typical Test Results
Kg/cm2
Mpa
Psi
Compressive Strength 2,600 260 37,700
Elongation 101%
Flexural Strength 7 0.7 100
Hardness, Shore D 67
Pull-off Strength 27 2.6 380
Tensile Strength 28 2.8 400

Customer Questions & Answers

    Can LiquidWood Cold be used when the temperature will drop below 35° within 24 hours? Such as today when the temperature will be above 35° for 10 hours but will drop as low as 28° before rising above 35° again tomorrow.
  1. Q Can LiquidWood Cold be used when the temperature will drop below 35° within 24 hours? Such as tod...... Read more answer now
    Asked by David Harris on February 10, 2024 9:25 am
    Answered by the admin

    If you have a good 4 hours window of at least 35 degrees F, you should be fine.

  2. I’d like to inject liquid wood into the deck of my old sailboat thru 1/4 inch holes spaced roughly 8 inches apart using a high pressure injection pump. Can I thin down to extend pot life? How much? Will thinning help the product permeate the plywood more effectively? Will the product adhere the fiberglass skins to the plywood? Is there any expansion of epoxy during drying?
  3. Q I’d like to inject liquid wood into the deck of my old sailboat thru 1/4 inch holes spaced roughl...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Julien on January 28, 2024 8:12 am
    Answered by the admin

    You can inject the LiquidWood. You can also thin it with Acetone, Xylene or Alcohol. Thinning it does not extent the pot life of the product. You cannot thin it enough to use a high injection pressured pump.  You can inject it with a pointed tip applicator bottle and a syringe. You should drill holes no more than 3/8" about 2 inches apart.

  4. I want to reglue some veneer-thin wood pieces that broke off an exterior door frame. The wood putty seems too thick for that. Can I use liquid wood, or do you have another epoxy-based glue for exterior wood?
  5. Q I want to reglue some veneer-thin wood pieces that broke off an exterior door frame. The wood put...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Daniel on January 12, 2024 8:50 pm
    Answered by the admin

    You can use the LiquidWood as an adhesive, but you will need to clamp it together until it cures. We also have a product called Epotron-5, which is an adhesive.

  6. I am repairing a section of a beam under a 2nd story deck. The damaged area is approximately 2"x4"x12". Would it be best for me to cut out all the rotted wood to create clean edges or just scrape out the rotted soft wood before applying your products? As a follow up, do you recommend mixing the LiquidWood (or cold version) in with the mixed Woodepoxy as a 1 step process or applying them separately in the more traditional 2 step process?
  7. Q I am repairing a section of a beam under a 2nd story deck. The damaged area is approximately 2"x4...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Jim West on January 1, 2024 1:07 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Whether you remove all the rot or just some of it is totally up to how you would like to approach your project. You should apply the LiqudWood, allow it to get tacky, then apply the WoodEpox.

  8. What size drill bit should I use for injecting it into old wood windows?
  9. Q What size drill bit should I use for injecting it into old wood windows? answer now
    Asked by Jim Fallon on December 2, 2022 10:56 am
    Answered by the admin

    No more than 1/4" drill bit.

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