Rotted wood restore soaks into fry rotten wood and gets hard. It is not going to soak into new wood. Try one of the regular wood preservatives like copper green
Hello, I can tell you from a bad experience, it should not be applied in direct sunlight, but otherwise, great question - as even the manufacturer's product support page doesn't address this question: https://www.3m.com/3M/en_US/p/d/b40069622/
Not sure, search on the home depot website. A larger can wasn't readily available in my local store
You can use it alone, but it makes the wood darker where treated. It's easy to use, works fast and is pretty amazing.
Yes however they recommend that you use a hair dryer to remove as much of the moisture as possible. Exaggerates the word and then hardens to make the word much harder.
Shold be completely dry.
Slip jaw pliers are your friend.
I don’t see why not, as long as it would.
If the areas are small, probably. It's important to note that this is not wood filler. It's a liquid that you apply to the wood to create a hard base. You still have to use wood filler or something like bondo to build the surface of the wood back up to create the original shape.