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12-oz. PC-Woody Wood Epoxy Paste

$24.89 /each
  • Two-part epoxy paste to replace missing or rotted wood
  • Apply indoor and outdoor with a temp range of 35 to 115 degrees F
  • Can be painted, stained, and machined after fully cured

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The PC Products 12 oz. PC-Woody Wood Epoxy Paste can be used inside and outside of your home to help make repair damaged wood. This paste is made of real wood and can rebuild, shape and mold missing wood. Once cured, this epoxy acts like real wood and can take screws, nails, filing and drilling.

  • Made from real wood and is great for rebuilding missing pieces of rotted wood after the area has been treated with wood hardener (sold separately)
  • Used for reshaping, rebuilding and molding missing wood
  • For indoor and outdoor use
  • Cured epoxy acts like real wood and can be sanded, drilled, screwed, nailed, sawed, tapped and filed
  • Can be painted or stained after curing and sanding
  • Resistant to shrinking and cracking
  • Peanut-butter-like consistency
  • Dries in as little as 24 hours
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Can I use this product on chewed up window sills?

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July 28, 2016
I have some window sills/stools that have been chewed on by a dog. How can I use this to form the missing wood???

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July 31, 2016
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I have used this product many times to repair dry rot damage. It works great as a filler. I believe it should be able to repair the damage shown in your photo, although it will take some artistic touches to repair the ends. I suggest you mix small amounts of the product and gradually fill out the damaged ends, letting it set after each application. The product can be sanded after it has set
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July 29, 2016
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Yes, the epoxy is suitable for that application.
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Can I mixed anytime or only a each use

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Must be used immediately after mixing.
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Just mix what you need. It will harden after mixing.
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How much area will this treat?

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August 23, 2015
The bottom 6 inches or so of my door frame has started to rot out on both sides. Thought about trying this.
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It's wrong to compare volume to area. You have to consider the thickness of a layer you are going to create. So: multiply a covering area by thickness of a desired layer and only after that you'll get a volume compared to the volume of the bought epoxy. But even after that you won't get a right number because the coefficient of the shrinkage also should be considered. That's why the right answer gives Read More
It's wrong to compare volume to area. You have to consider the thickness of a layer you are going to create. So: multiply a covering area by thickness of a desired layer and only after that you'll get a volume compared to the volume of the bought epoxy. But even after that you won't get a right number because the coefficient of the shrinkage also should be considered. That's why the right answer gives only a manufacturer after laboratory experiments. Read Less
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This is a question of volume, not area. If you figure the volume in a can (pi*radius*radius*height, multiply by 2 (cans) that will be the volume you can fill. Measure the area to fill: len*wid*dep. You may have to estimate irregular cavities.
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What size area will the 12 ounces fill? I need to estimate how much to order. Thank you.

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You have to consider the thickness of a layer you are going to use. So: multiply a covering area by thickness of a desired layer and only after that you'll get a volume compared to the volume of the bought epoxy. But even after that you won't get a right number because the coefficient of the shrinkage also should be considered. That's why the right answer gives only a manufacturer after laboratory Read More
You have to consider the thickness of a layer you are going to use. So: multiply a covering area by thickness of a desired layer and only after that you'll get a volume compared to the volume of the bought epoxy. But even after that you won't get a right number because the coefficient of the shrinkage also should be considered. That's why the right answer gives only a manufacturer after laboratory experiments. Read Less
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This is a question of volume, not area. If you figure the volume in a can (pi*radius*radius*height, multiply by 2 (cans) that will be the volume you can fill. Measure the area to fill len*wid*dep. You may have to estimate irregular cavities.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 43 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice product Used it to fill very bad wood rot very easily, its easyto workwith does not become hard prematurely have enough time towork if working on big gaps needto fill it up in layers rather than in one time August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sliding Patio Door Repair I discovered rotted wood in the bottom corners of the sliding and the fixed panels on two of my patio doors. To replace the doors would have cost at least $3,000 each. I removed the rotted wood, treated the rotted areas with the PC Hardener and filled the rotted areas with the PC Woody epoxy. After filing, sanding and painting, the repaired areas were barely noticeable. I saved myself several thousand dollars! I did have to order a second 12oz of the epoxy paste to finish my job. The volume of the mixed material from a 2-can pack is about 12 cubic inches. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product Used quite extensively on weathered patio wood and am very satisfied with the results. It applies nicely and fills in cracks, nail holes, small gouges, etc. well. Bonds and sands very satisfactory and looks and feels like wood. Once the 2 part product is mixed the cure time is limited to a half an hour or so in warm weather so mix small patches and apply immediately. HOT water assist with clean up and I found craft wood jumbo popsicle sticks work great for initial scooping of product from each jar and mixing it together in a throw away plastic cup. July 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great to seal seams in wood siding. Our neighbor told us about this product. It does the job and is easy to use. November 3, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product This product did exactly what it said it would do. It's not a permanent fix but is very good and easyto use September 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Worked as described. I had a large area to repair so I filled with cedar shims and layered Woody in all voids. End result was like new. Took a few minutes to get the feel for the consistency but had plenty of time to apply and get the finish I needed. Highly recommend and will buy again. July 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PC-Woody Epoxy Paste works great, can be pre tinted to desired color Because this epoxy takes about 24 - 48 hours to harden, you will have at least 1 hour to mix and use the epoxy to fill in wood imperfections and to even join wood together for joints where clamps cannot be easily used to provide the pressure typically required by most wood glues. Once hardened, the epoxy can be easily sanded, and provides a surface that can be stained, sealed or finished with polyurethane or paint. This is a very good product and I am surprised that it is not available in most retail stores. Ebporte April 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Makes a good strong patch I used this product to fill a sizable rotted wood hole in an interior window sill of my home. I had to work the thick putty quite a bit, dipping my putty knife in denatured alcohol often to keep it from sticking and get a smooth surface. Once it dried, I sanded the patch to make it even smoother. The color of the sill was dark walnut. Forewarned that it's difficult to get a dark stain with this product, I purchased some dark brown powder pigment and mixed it into the putty before I applied it to the hole. I then applied liquid stain to the dried patch and topped with urethane. The patch is pretty close to invisible, so I'm happy with the result. September 29, 2012
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