50mL Plastic Syringe with Needle Tip.
Uses: This syringe is useful for applying liquid resins to small or hard-to-reach areas. Commonly used to apply LiquidWood® to narrow weather checks on wood sills and logs. Allows for surgical application of resin and prevents coating and sealing wood that should be left untreated.
Technical Characteristics: Holds 50mL of liquid (1.7 fluid ounces).
Includes 1.27 mm x 3.8 cm sterile needle. Includes 1mL graduations.
Customer Questions & Answers
- I need to apply woodepox to a 3mm crack leaving it shy of surface in order to fill with hard wax filler. Can I use syringe to fill crack or would you recommend some other type of tool?
- Q I need to apply woodepox to a 3mm crack leaving it shy of surface in order to fill with hard wax ...... Read more answer nowAsked by August 7, 2021 4:02 amonAnswered by the admin WoodEpox cannot be apply through a syring. You could try using the LiquidWood to fill the hairline crack, which can be applied with the syring. what gauge needle and size of drill needed
- Q what gauge needle and size of drill needed answer nowAsked by February 25, 2020 6:19 pmonAnswered by the admin When drilling holes, we suggest using no larger than an 1/4" drill. If LiquidWood and/or WoodEpox is used for repair, can either stain or paint be applied later and can stain or paint cover/hide the repair?
- Q If LiquidWood and/or WoodEpox is used for repair, can either stain or paint be applied later and ...... Read more answer nowAsked by July 21, 2018 2:17 pmonAnswered by the admin You can paint or stain over the WoodEpox. The WoodEpox accepts a stain, but not the same as regular wood. It will remain on the surface, not absorb into it, like a regular piece of wood. If painting directly over the LiquidWood, it's recommended to scuff the surface a bit so the paint adheres to it well. LiquidWood does not accept a stain. How do you clean these after use so that it can be reued?
- Q How do you clean these after use so that it can be reued? answer nowAsked by June 24, 2018 10:12 amonAnswered by the admin You can use a solvent to clean them, something like Acetone, Xylene or Alcohol.