Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 23
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by zpbm03 Excellent product for designed purpose
Works exactly as described on the label. Was able to completely fill in a 4" by 6" support post near the concrete base that was 75% rotted and exposed to elements. Product exceeded my expectations and the helpful reference materials furnished by Home Depot was a plus.
April 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Scoots Works great
I've got no complaints except that it's a little pricey. We bought our house that is about half stucco and half wood paneling and wood trim and it hadn't been painted in probably 20 years with severe weather damage to the wood and peeling paint. Unfortunately I tried the Elmer's paint filler on some of the exposed eaves and the results were disastrous when winter came (=bubbling and redo). I had only painted half the house at that time and switched to the PC Woody with great results. It just blends right into the wood, permanently. The cure time listed on the cans is a little optimistic. For severe pockets and damaged corners etc it may take several applications with intermediary sanding to get a seamlessly blended fill. On the whole I am very satisfied with this product.
October 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gregory Great putty pleassure to work with
Very good product. The best two part epoxy spackling paste what I worked so far. You can sand just like wood. Holds very well on the exterior especially if you use wood plasticizer couple days before putty application. I used this product on exterior of my windows four years ago and still no signs of any problem. Perfect to fill small separations and cracks in the wood. If crack are to small open them up with scalpel, so you can fill them in instead of filling them over .To obtain best result you have to make two coats application. Between mixes clean your tools with Lacquer thinner or Xylene, this will help you make each application nice and smooth.
January 4, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Justin Great Product, expensive - use sparingly but be sure to buy enough
Used to repair dryrot and insect damage on the eaves of my home. This stuff is just like peanut butter, fun to work with and doesn't dry hard as glass like regular epoxy. Picture the volume of the container you are buying and make sure you have enough! This product doesn't last long if you plan on filling lots of holes/damage! If you have a 1" cube of damage in many rafter tails, this stuff will go quick! It is also not recommended for adhering to copper green wood preservant (water or oil based) but should be ok so long as you give adequate time for it to dry. The dry rot companion product works great as well, its basically a clear coat of epoxy for rotted wood. If you use a high grade exterior paint, like sherwin williams duration afterwards, you should be good for a long time, I will have to wait many years to know for sure.
August 6, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by lewis a most difficult product
The product was difficult to mix, when mixed is was so sticky it was difficult to handle and finally it did not set.
July 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mackerel PC Woody Wood Epoxy
Mixes, applies and sands easily as advertised. Perfect for large gaps, although difficult to apply in tight spaces due to low viscosity. Spraying denatured alcohol definitely allows you to smooth it easier, although in a vertical application, it does soften the product.
Great product; highly recommend it.
July 25, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JB Great Product for Repairing Damaged Wood
I used this to build up and replace water damaged wood on two porch columns. It saved me the expense and effort to replace the two columns. Very happy with the result.
July 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by JHandy Performs as described
Used to repair corners of badly rotted window frames. Bonded well to existing frame (with step one liquid hardener applied first). Very strong when dry. Sands well.
Very stiff coming out of can; lots of elbow grease required to mix. Kind of a mess to apply. Use some sticks for digging out of can and mixing so you can throw them away. Have lots of denatured alcohol at the ready for smoothing and for cleaning spatula / putty knife.
December 12, 2012