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 I need to replace a piece of a mullion post around a door way. It is relatively long and I would like to use a "form" on either side of the existing post to help form the Wood Epoxy. Is there something I can put on a wood form that the epoxy will not stick to? What other material won't the epoxy stick to?Answered by the admin
You can wrap it with seran wrap or spray it with some type of release agent.
Q I have Anderson (French Patio Doors) I noticed earlier in the summer that the stationary side of the French doors had a "problem" on the bottom portion of the door ... I could see that under the paint the wood seemed (soft) ... but there was no compromise of the painted surface … When I started scraping off the paint … the wood underneath is totally rotten … down to the base of the door … so I have an area that is about 12 inches wide by 4 inches high and the wood is rotten almost completely through but the wood on inside part of the door seems strong … and the wood molding between the two doors is rotted at the base – which became evident as I took away the rotted wood …could send a pic of the project—trying to determine if this is a do-able project for me /I am hoping to sell soon and am trying to address what needs to be done -- Thank for your help & possible guidance FayAnswered by the admin
Our LiquidWood and WoodEpox should work well for your application. I have forwarded your comment along to our technical department and someone will be in contact with you soon.
Q can you use this product to fix rot at the bottom of a load bearing porch post?Answered by the admin
Q Once opened, how long are these products good for?Answered by the admin
At least one year or longer, as long as they are stored at room temperatures with the caps/lids sealed tightly.
Q How do I use LiquidWood/Woodepox in conjunction with wood preservative? I use the wood preservative as the base coat for repainting the siding and trim on my 1924 house, but I discovered some fascia boards behind the gutters that need to be treated for rot and filled. I'm assuming LiquidWood will not penetrate as well once the wood preservative has been applied. So I'm planning on spot treating the rotted areas with LW first, then applying the wood preservative to the surrounding surface. But steer me if Im wrong. The wood preservative has extended the life of previous coatings by many years and I don't want to omit it. Thanks, MarkAnswered by the admin
You can apply a boraide type product, like Bora-Care or Timbor, prior to the application of LiquidWood and WoodEpox. Allow the wood to completely dry after apply the Bora-Care before apply LiquidWood and WoodEpox.