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PC Products 6-oz. PC-Woody Wood Epoxy Paste

PC Products

6-oz. PC-Woody Wood Epoxy Paste

$1297 /each

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Product Overview

The PC Products 6 oz. PC-Woody Wood Epoxy Paste helps make permanent repairs to damaged wood. This epoxy helps rebuild, mold and shape missing wood and is resistant to shrinking and cracking.

  • 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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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the volume of this product?

Asked by: Jack
This item is 6 oz.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-05-17

Can I use this to fill a gouged hardwood floor plank and will it take stain?

I am restoring hardwood floors in my new home that was previously foreclosed. The previous residents had a zillion dogs and they were not easy on the floors. There is one plank that has a good chunk out of it. While it is not super noticeable, I think it needs something. I do not want to replace the plank completely as this is not our forever home and I have limited experience (and tools) working with hardwood floors. I want to find a way to fill the hole so it is even with the remaining floor but I need to it take stain as I will be refinishing the floors in a dark chocolate color.
Asked by: FixerUpperGal
PC-Woody® can be stained, but the type of stain will affect the color of the PC-Woody®. The best stains contain pigments. The stain contains pigments if the can has sediment at the bottom of the can. This sediment must be stirred before using the stain. Pigmented stains have more hiding power than other stains. Other stains sometimes contain only dyes. Advice: PC-Woody® cures to a light tan color. It does not have the various shading found in real wood. PC-Woody® is capable of absorbing some stain but it is not as porous as real wood. By staining PC-Woody®, the result is usually a light shade of the stain used. Before using PC Woody®, it is very important to test the final color against the item you're repairing by preparing a small sample and letting it cure. Then, stain the sample. If the stained PC Woody® does not produce the desired result, consider pre-tinting the PC Woody with pigment tinting pastes or raw pigment powders. Try some of these steps / hints: After PC-Woody® has cured, sand by hand with coarse sandpaper (100 -120 grit) Sand with the grain of the wood. Add grain to the repair with staining markers or artists paint brush. Stains such as ZAR®, Barkley® and McCloskey® contain greater quantities of pigment and seem to work well with PC-Woody®.
Answered by: GFactor
Date published: 2017-05-15

Overhead use?

Can this product be used to patch a small area (3" X 6") of softened plywood soffit under the eave of roof? The area in question has shrunk and so it is depressed about 1/8" below the face of the plywood sheathing. Will it just drip or sag and not cling to the soft wood? By the way I plan to use the wood hardener before applying the PC-Woody? Thanks, AJ
Asked by: AJ
I haven't applied it this way, but it should be fine. It's viscous enough that it holds its shape. It's tacky, so it should adhere to your surface. I've used it outdoors on vertical cracks; I think it was at least 50 degrees F or warmer.
Answered by: Doc
Date published: 2016-12-09

Temperature for outdoor use

Is there a minimum termperature at which this product can be used? Thank you for you reply!
Asked by: Bill
Heat Range: -20 to 200°F
Answered by: GFactor
Date published: 2017-05-15
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Customer Reviews

6-oz. PC-Woody Wood Epoxy Paste is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have used this product several times to repair defects in wood surface (cracks, holes, dents) p... I have used this product several times to repair defects in wood surface (cracks, holes, dents) prior to painting. I think it's great. Don't mix too much; once mixed, you have about 10-15 minutes to apply. I clean my putty knife by wiping off excess, letting it harden, and then sanding the knife blade clean.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to mix and place... Easy to mix and place
Date published: 2017-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product was easy to use. I had some rotted wood on my 2 car garage door right in the middle at the very bottom. I dug & cut out the soft rotten wood. I used the PC liquid wood petrifier first & followed the easy directions. The expoxy paste was easy to mix and apply with a putty knife. I already sanded, primed and painted the garage door. You would never know there was any damage to the door now. I am a 64 year old woman, so if I can do the repair myself, anyone can.
Date published: 2013-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for repairing old homes I used this product in conjunction with Wood Petrifier to repair/replace rotted wood in porch pillers and in a storm door. The consistency of the mixed product was thick enough to hold its shape when a fairly large amount was applied to a vertical surface and thin enough to smooth with a straight edge. Unlike most epoxy based fillers, it took almost 24 hours to dry so it isn't for the impatient handyman. I'm very pleased with the easy of application, the initial consistency after harding and the resulting surface after sanding and painting - If this is durable through subsequent rain and snow, it will really be great!
Date published: 2010-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Wood Filler Ever It is an epoxy so has to be mixed. There is some guessing as to how much to use for a project. I do it in a throw away container. Cleaning putty knife is easy with water if immediately done. Good idea to make the fill as smooth as possible for it is a bit harder to sand than regular fillers. Quality of fill is high -- impervious to weathering, insects, etc. Easily covered with paint. Does not pop out with environmental changes. Permanent bond to wood so can be shaped, screwed, drilled, etc.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from product was great to work with easy to sand and carve after it set. I had to use a lot darker stain on the repaired part to get it to match.
Date published: 2012-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dry Rot repair with PC Woody products I have used these products twice now to repair Large areas of dry rot and it was easy to use and it corrected the problems and I was able to avoid a major woodworking repair. I have already recommended the products to several friends who have a similar problem. Home Depot's service was excellent and the order was delivered faster than I expected.
Date published: 2010-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great repair material. I used this to repair rot/weather/termite damaged widow sills and frames. As usual, preparation of surface is very important. Following instructions, easy to mix and apply. Enough open time to work and form. Let it cure and sand. Then paint. Looks as good as new. That's saying a lot for frames that were built in 1932.
Date published: 2016-10-04
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