Structural Epoxy Wood 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.
TYPICAL TEST RESULTS
|Typical Test Results|
|Hardness, Shore D||67|
Customer Questions & Answers
- When the temp is between 50 and 60, does it work fine to use LiquidWood-Cold with Regular Woodepox?
- Q When the temp is between 50 and 60, does it work fine to use LiquidWood-Cold with Regular Woodepox? answer nowAsked by December 3, 2021 7:00 amonAnswered by the admin
Yes, you can use them in conjunction with one another. The LiquidWood-Cold will just cure a bit quicker in the warmer temps. How difficult is this to apply on vertical surfaces? Will it runoff? If it does, is there a method for vertical application to get a uniform coverage?
- Q How difficult is this to apply on vertical surfaces? Will it runoff? If it does, is there a metho...... Read more answer nowAsked by November 13, 2021 3:42 pmonAnswered by the admin
You should be able to brush it on to soak into the rotted wood. You can also drill holes at a 45 degree angle and inject the product. If I have a repair that has been roughed in with regular wood epoxy and liquid wood can I complete it, work over it with wood epoxy and liquid wood cold. Are they compatible will they bond to each other?