PC Products PC-Woody Two-Part Wood Repair Epoxy Paste, 1.5 oz in Two Jars, Tan
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- Two-part epoxy paste to replace missing or rotted wood is resistant to mildew, dry rot, UV light, and fresh and salt water
- Can be used in indoor and outdoor applications, with an application temperature range of 35 to 115 degrees F and a service temperature range of -20 to +200 degrees F
- High tack helps reduce drips and sags while hardening
- Provides work time of 30 to 40 minutes (at 70 degrees F) to allow for adjustments
- Can be painted, stained, and machined after fully cured
|Container Size||1.5 ounces|
|Number of Items||1|
Specification for this product family
|Brand Name||PC Products|
|LowerTemperature Range||-20 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Upper Temperature Range||200 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Manufacturer Series Number||PC-Woody|
|Tensile Strength Max||850 PSI|
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The PC Products PC-Woody is a two-part epoxy paste used to replace missing or rotted wood in indoor and outdoor applications. After maximum curing, the product is stronger than most wood and provides resistance to mildew, dry rot, UV light, and fresh and salt water, as well as chemical resistance in pressure-treated wood. Mixing the two parts forms a paste that has a working time of 30 to 40 minute (at 70 degrees F), allowing time for adjustments. The paste has high tack to help reduce drips or sags while hardening. After the PC-Woody is fully cured, it can be painted, stained, and machined. It is nonconductive and nontoxic after curing.
|Application temperature range||35 to 115 degrees F|
|Service temperature range||-20 to +200 degrees F|
|Working time||30 to 40 minutes (at 70 degrees F)|
|Cure time for service||Overnight (dependent on temperature, humidity, and application size)|
|Full cure time||1 week (dependent on temperature, humidity, and application size)|
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.
What's in the Box?
- 1.5 oz. PC-Woody in two jars (0.75-oz. jar of Part A and 0.75-oz. jar of Part B in carded sleeve)
Size: 1.5 ounces
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Top Customer Reviews
First the consistency of the product makes it difficult to mix in small amounts. It equates to super sticky peanut butter. I was mixing 1/1 and found it difficult with such small amounts at a time to get the epoxy and hardener to properly mix.. My first attempt I actually scrapped and redid. Once I got it right the product worked great.
Second issue is that it doesn't take stain very well. Even though the product description says it is stainable, I actually stained the repair a extra 4 times to darken it. not close at all to the wood even though unstained color was close.
Even with these two things I would recommend the product and use it again myself
1st time, I didn't mix it thoroughly enough (it's very thick and hard to mix), and it didn't set properly all the way through. Had to dig it out and start over. Mix and keep mixing (press & smear hard) with a 2" metal putty knife. A wooden paint mixing stick will break. Take extra time to really smear the ingredients together, until get one solid color. If you leave any streaks, it won't set up evenly and there will be soft spots.
I had to buy about five 2-can sets, so have enough to fill the big hole. Buy some extra one's in case you goof up the 1st time or underestimate the hole size. Use the thin bonding liquid (not included) to help it flow and bond to natural wood. Carefully and quickly paster the mixed resin into the hole, being careful to adopt it to the good wood. After about 15-20 min (it was a hot day in Texas), it starts to set and over time sets as hard as a rock. Use a thick sheet of plastic (with very thin coat of vasoline-to keep resin from bonding to the plastic) or use wax paper for the back side. Then lay the undersideside on something sturdy, like a piece of heavy cardboard or plywood.Read more ›
Keep in mind that tinting makes more go to waste. I can no longer fill a bunch of voids and stop halfway through one. When I mix another batch, it won't be exactly the same color so filling the other half of where I stopped won't look so great.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great as advertised. Manufacturer knows their products and has great Tips and FAQ on their website.Published 7 days ago by Jeremy Kohnstamm
This stuff is amazing. Not super easy to work with, because it is very sticky, and a bit hard to sand because it dries very hard. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Kevin
For someone familiar with working with these sorts of products (epoxies, polyester resins, etc.) it worked exactly as I expected it would. Read morePublished 1 month ago by T. Britt
It works if you're going to paint it, but it doesn't seem to take stain whatsoever. The packaging just said it was paintable and stainable, but after applying it and not being... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris
This product worked well. I think the labeling should be more clear that one bottle is "A" and the other is "B". Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cal Heilig
This is good stuff, it seems but I'll have to see how it holds up through the winter. I used it heavily on our old porch before painting it.Published 2 months ago by BetsyRoss