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The PC Products PC-Petrifier is a water-based wood hardener used to restore and strengthen soft or rotted wood in non-structural areas such as window sills, frames, trim, and decorative beams. The water-based hardener can also be used to prepare old wood for priming and painting, and helps seal wood from future damage. It has a thin consistency to deeply penetrate and saturate wood fiber.
|Continuous service temperature range||33 to +200 degrees F|
|Time until cured for service||24 hours (dependent on temperature and porosity of wood being treated)|
|Time until fully cured||3 to 7 days (dependent on temperature and porosity of wood being treated)|
Protective Coating Company manufactures products to repair and restore various materials, including wood and concrete. The company, founded in 1954, is headquartered in Allentown, PA.
So far so good for what I'm doing with it, it is not a durable rock hard finish, it crumbles easily. I'm really looking for a true petrified rock solid like epoxy resins.Published 3 days ago by kevz71243
Worked very well to repair rot on my porch as well as harden some rot in a piece I was turning on the lathe.Published 13 days ago by Lucy L.
This stuff is great!!! I used it for my first go at paper beads and they look amazing!!!!! This made the bead durable and gave them a beautiful shine to them. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
Worked well, penetrated the rotted wood well and dried fairly hardPublished 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
This liquid hardens my paper projects solidly and give a glossy shine after a few dips and is easy to clean up.Published 19 days ago by VB
Had wood rot in our garage door jambs and our entry door. Cleared out the rot, used this to "harden" the surrounding good wood. Read morePublished 20 days ago by E's Opinion
This product actually works as described. It is water-based and requires no mixing. I was able to stabilize spalted maple with this prior to turning on a lathe.Published 21 days ago by Tom