The PC Products 12 oz. PC-Woody Wood Epoxy Paste can be used inside and outside of your home to help make repair damaged wood. This paste is made of real wood and can rebuild, shape and mold missing wood. Once cured, this epoxy acts like real wood and can take screws, nails, filing and drilling.
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96%of customersrecommend this product24 of 25reviews
Rating Breakdown27 reviews
96%of customersrecommend this product24 of 25reviews
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.
Pros: Very Adhesive, Easy Instructions, Good Coverage, Easy to Clean, Good Protection, Looks Great, Dries Quickly
Cons: does not take dark stain well, difficult to apply evenly
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.
Pros: Very Adhesive, High Quality of Material, Easy to Apply, Good Protection, Looks Great, Dries Quickly
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.
Pros: Very Adhesive, High Quality of Material, Easy to Apply, Easy Instructions, Easy to Use, Good Protection
Living on an island in the Pacific Northwest we have plenty of rot to deal with. This product is easy to use, sand, stain and is sturdy for use on decks and high traffic areas. Have ordered another batch and wish it came in larger quantities.
Pros: Very Adhesive, Easy to Apply, Easy Instructions, Easy to Use, Looks Great, Dries Quickly
Used the product to fill in several large cracks in beams. Easy to use, but you do have to work quickly, and measuring the correct portions can be difficult and time consuming. After hardening, the product does sand well to a smooth finish, and does stain well. Highly recommend the item for filling and strengthening wood.
The wood epoxy paste matched my highest expectations. I needed to fill large and not-so-large cracks between poorly installed wide southern yellow pine boards, in preparation for painting them--not in good enough condition to restain. The wood epoxy was just what I needed, as I could shape it to circumstances. It set up as indicated. Only draw back are the cans, from which it is difficult to get all of this precious material completely, though it can be done, no pun intended.
The product is easy to use and works as advertised. Cut a wood piece to replace rotted section of a window sill & embedded the piece in the epoxy. The wood piece provided the required shape & the epoxy filled in the gaps between the piece and the irregular space left after removing the rotted wood. Rot Terminator was used on the new & existing wood prior to adding the epoxy.
used to fill exterior cracks in log home. easy to apply, and smooth with denatured alchohol. after staining repairs were almost invisible. as expensive as it is, wish container was redisigned to get all of product out of can.
I used this product in conjunction with the rot terminator. It was easy to apply, though it is not easy to gauge the 1:1 mixture. You just have to eye ball the amount and hope for the best. Even when you think the mixture is blended, keep stirring. Most likely it isn't. I am not sure if the strengthener meets expectations. It's too soon to tell. One drawback: I couldn't find any instructions on clean up, so I wiped the scrapers clean with a paper towel.
Very good product. Very messy. Use gloves. For large areas,cut out wood blocks and coat with product. Insert. Let cure and than fill remaining defects with epoxy. Had to order on line because not available in store. Weird.
I used PC-Woody Wood Epoxy Paste to repair a section of wood ravaged by dry rot. The two part paste system is easy to mix and you have a reasonable amount of time to work before it begins to harden, even in the heat. It drys very hard and once dried can be sanded smooth. I will keep an eye on this repair site to see how it holds up over time. At least for now, I really like this product and more than likely will use again for smaller endeavors such as filling holes in wood projects.
I'm using this to fill in knot holes in our redwood siding. I mixed it with a powdered pigment and some sawdust to match the siding. It would be even better if it were sold already colored. Nice product!