Wood Restoration Kit
Permanent Solution for Repairing Wood Rot or Decay and Replacing Damaged Wood
This kit conveniently packages together equal volumes of LiquidWood® A and B, WoodEpox® A and B, and Abosolv. Choose from 3 sizes. Kit also contains disposable gloves, putty knife, mixing sticks, and instructions.
LiquidWood is a deep penetrating epoxy wood hardener that consolidates, regenerates, and waterproofs rotted, decayed, or dried-out wood. It restores structural strength and durability to wood fibers.
WoodEpox is a shrink-free epoxy wood filler that can be used in any thickness to replace and repair wood. It bonds permanently and can be painted, stained, sanded and worked like wood.
Abosolv is a solvent for LiquidWood and also used for cleanup.
Uses: Use on windowsills and frames, columns, doors, moldings, clapboards, balustrades, furniture and anywhere wood is in need of strengthening and repair. The products are easy to use. LiquidWood and WoodEpox are 100% epoxy solids and contain no VOCs or water. LiquidWood and WoodEpox are GreenGuard® Certified for very low, non-toxic emissions.
Customer Questions & Answers
Q Can WoodEpox be drilled like wood and screws placed?Answered by the admin
Yes, once cured and hardened, the WoodEpox can be drilled into like wood.
Q I'm repairing a rotted area on my deck. apron 3" x 3" and 1" deep. Is it necessary to apply the LiquidWood before stuffing the WoodEpox into the area?Answered by the admin
If the area contains rotted wood, we definitely would recommend using LiquidWood first in that area to consolidate and harden the rot before filling the area with WoodEpox.
Q Can WoodEpox be used to fill excessively worn spots up to 1/8th inch deep on a wood floor? Is there any way to match wood floor colors? What is the best way to apply to the floor? Is sanding the only way to level the product with the floor? Will the product feather into surrounding wood?Answered by the admin
You can use WoodEpox to fill voids within the boards. You can color it with a dry powder pigment. It can be applied with a putty knife and is sand-able.
Q I am repairing a wood storm window. The part I am repairing measures 4 inches by 76 inches and is 1 inch thick. I believe that is 304 cubic inches. It seems that the suggested amount of the liquid wood you need (2 Gal) does not make sense. It seems like 2 quarts would be enough. Am I figuring cubic inches correctly?Answered by the admin
It is hard to say how much LiquidWood you will need as we don't know the extent of the rot and don't know how much product will absorb into the rotted wood. An estimated coverage for the 2 quarts is 116 cubic inches, 2 gallons is 462 cubic inches.
Q I have pressboard smooth siding on my home and some areas that need repaired because of new windows being installed and shutters being removed. Will this work on pressboard?Answered by the admin