Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 41
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sharona 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 ebporte 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.
April 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Flowermaid 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
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by shots Easy to use
It mixed easily. Used plastic knives to remove aliquots and to mix. Applied with plastic putty knife, and cleaned up with 70% alcohol. Good job.
June 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jimbo 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 TreeDude Works Great, can't get all the product out of the can
Mixes easily, good working time, easy to apply, sets rock hard but easy to sand. A good product for critical patches to siding and moulding.
In the past I've used polyester fillers meant for auto body repair (if I mention the brand, my review will be deleted, but it is well known and it's pink) when I want a patch to last, but sometimes it separates from the wood. Plus, the pink stuff has very short working time if mixed per directions. PC Woody is meant for wood, has wood (sawdust or "wood flour") in it, and is a great choice for critical patches. For less critical patches, I still use less expensive products.
My only complaint is that the metal can makes it nearly impossible to get all of this rather expensive product out of the can. If it were in a plastic tub w/ sloping sides you could get every last bit out, I'd give it 5 stars.
July 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hudson Excellent Product
I used this epoxy based product to repair damaged structural columns on my residence. The damage was due to water infiltration due to the lack of proper flashing along the base of the columns. I used the wood epoxy to fill the areas and provide structural support. The product is excellent and highly recommended when replacement of the structural members is cost prohibitive. In addition, I used the wood epoxy to repair an exterior door that had dry rot. Again, the product was excellent. I was able to sand the repaired area to match the existing.
April 24, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DrRehab LOVE THIS STUFF!!
Love this stuff, Works great, but I would make a few recommendations. First mix in small amounts, plastic spoons work great for getting the stuff out of the jars. Mix it realy well and keep mixing it as you use it. If you get any on your clothes, put some Lestoil on it before it dries and it comes off generally. Wear nitrile disposable gloves while working with this stuff. This helps with clean up and obtain a smoother finish. I used plastic tools for the most part because the material seem to stick less to the plastic tools and I could just toss them when I was done because they were cheap. The stuff cleans up pretty well as long as it doesn't dry Dawn or antibacterial soap seem to work best. The obtain a smoother finish, fill your void and then come back to it about 30 -45 mins later and then smooth it out. It takes this stuff a good 8 - 12 hours to dry and 24 to cure. Have used it to make some structural repairs, and it passes the strength test. Been using this instead of traditional wood filler to fill nail holes in my poplar trim, and it accepts the stain much better when my trim is stained. Great stuff!! just wish it was cheaper
February 3, 2015