LiquidWood wood epoxy penetrates deteriorated wood and hardens after penetration. Ideal for log home restoration. Permanently reinforces deteriorated wood as it restores structural strength. Ideal for exterior and interior use. Can be sanded, drilled, painted, and planed. It is also a primer for WoodEpox. With LiquidWood, a piece of deteriorated wood that could crumble under finger pressure can be impregnated and restored to a rigid, durable, water and weather resistant wood superior to its original. The hardened mass can be sawed, planed, routed, carved, drilled, nailed, sanded, glued, and painted. LiquidWood is also a primer for WoodEpox. Made in the USA. LiquidWood Instructions
Uses: LiquidWood is ideal for regenerating and waterproofing rotted, dried-out or spongy house logs, window sills, thresholds, window and door frames, columns, stair steps, balustrades, floors, capitals, moldings, doors, shutters, indoor and outdoor furniture, archaeological and art restoration, boats, and millwork of all kinds.
Features & Benefits: LiquidWood has exceptional adhesion, structural strength, versatility, permanence, dimensional stability, and water resistance. LiquidWood A and B are easy to use, are 100% reactive compounds, and contain no VOC’s or noxious odors. GREENGUARD® Indoor Air Quality Certified.
Technical Characteristics: LiquidWood consists of 2 clear, epoxy liquids: resin (A) and hardener (B). When A and B are mixed together in equal volumes, by simple stirring, a blend is formed with unusual properties to impregnate and restore wood and other porous masses.
Application: Pour or brush on the wood where it penetrates the fibers and hardens into a water-resistant, distortion-free, high-strength mass in hours or minutes. 100% solids. 1:1 ratio. 30 minute pot life. Tip For filling gaps in rotted logs, mix LiquidWood and WoodEpox together to form a "soupy" consistency for the first coat inside the cavity. This thin coat will absorb and conform to the cavity surface better than just the WoodEpox. While the first coat is still tacky, apply the WoodEpox at full strength for proper adhesion. Note: LiquidWood is neither designed, nor intended for use as a log home finish. SDS