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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
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Size: 1.5 ounces
  • Part Number: 23334
  • Brand Name: PC Products
  • Material Type: Paste
  • Color: Tan
  • Container Size: 1.5 ounces
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Product Description

Size: 1.5 ounces

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.

Specifications
Application temperature range35 to 115 degrees F
Service temperature range-20 to +200 degrees F
Working time30 to 40 minutes (at 70 degrees F)
Cure time for serviceOvernight (dependent on temperature, humidity, and application size)
Full cure time1 week (dependent on temperature, humidity, and application size)
Mix ratio1:1

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.

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  • 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)

Product Information

Size: 1.5 ounces
Technical Details
Part Number 23334
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions12 x 9.2 x 3.8 inches
OriginUSA
Item model number23334
Size1.5 ounces
ColorTan
MaterialPaste
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB0002YOZKA
Best Sellers Rank #37,654 in Industrial & Scientific (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableJune 16, 2006
  
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Gambone on September 7, 2011
Size: 12 ounces
I've worked with many epoxies for wood repair and I think this cures for sanding faster than most. One helpful hint for shaping is after 10-20 minutes of applying, dip a plastic putty knife in denatured alcohol and work the epoxy into desired shape.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Mr. X on September 15, 2010
Size: 12 ounces
Woody, along with the petrifier system works very well with damaged wood. The one caveat I have about this stuff is that it's like peanut butter when mixed. In fact it looks like and spreads like it. This can be bit of a pain when you are trying to work it into smaller crevices and such. I also used PC 7 which is a bit stiffer - but black! I also used another PC wood related product which comes in a tube. It's far easier to work than Woody, but felts somewhat flexible after I installed it on some wood siding.

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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By reader cook on June 7, 2013
Size: 1.5 ounces Verified Purchase
I followed instructions mixing the two on a flat surface; I cleaned area to be filled. I used toothpicks to pick up the glop stuffed it into the hole until hole was filled. I broke the toothpicks off leaving the pieces with glue in the hold. Pushed some more glop in. Wiped the surface clean. The next day I sanded the area. Re-screwed the hinge back into the cabinet door. Voila! I am 82+ year old woman if I can do it anyone can.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Brian A. Webster on December 20, 2013
Size: 1.5 ounces Verified Purchase
First off I would like to say that I do like this product and thought it worked well, but there were a couple things that id like to mention.

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
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By William Parker on March 30, 2014
Size: 12 ounces Verified Purchase
Works great! If used properly. Took me several tries to get it right. I used it to repair a rotten part of the door frame, the bottom part, a big hole about 14"x4", all the way through the door. I wanted to save money and try to repair it, instead of replacing the door. Be sure and first dig out all the rotten wood. I couldn't believe the big hole I was left with! I thought nothing would be able to repair it..and nothing can repair it, except this stuff, resin epoxy. Forget about using wood filler, wood glue, etc. I tried them. They won't set hard enough, if you have a big hole to repair.
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.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Josey Apostol on October 6, 2008
Size: 12 ounces
First off, if you are looking for a wood filler that won't be visible, especially if you are using a light stain, this certainly will stand out unless you do a lot of work with other stains to make it match. It worked just as the instructions say. It is very moldable after about 20 minutes. But, you can tell you have a bunch of wood filler if you are filling large voids.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lynn Hanulik on June 8, 2013
Size: 12 ounces Verified Purchase
Great product for repairing rotted wood, whether vertical or horizontal. Product does not "sag" when applying. Have some denatured alcohol on hand to wet your putty knife to make shaping or smoothing easier. My only wish is that the cans were a little different to make getting all of the product out a little easier. But overall I am happy with this product and do not hesitate recommending it.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Chris Dragon on October 20, 2012
Size: 12 ounces Verified Purchase
They only seem to sell this in a light wood color, which is odd because it barely darkens when you apply stain. YOU ALSO CAN'T PRE-MIX IN STAIN. Maybe oil-based stain would work but PC recommends not mixing with anything liquid. The water-based stain I tried pre-mixing actually left the wood filler like soft rubber even after five days of curing. A comment on my review mentioned that the PC Woody web site says you're supposed to buy dry pigments to add to the filler in order to tint it. I tried to use some online color mixing tools to figure out what color I needed to mix in but the colors I came up with were not even close. It seems real materials don't behave like RGB colors. Unable to find anyone recommending tools or methods of color matching other than experimentation, I picked a dark reddish brown that was the same hue and shade as a stained piece of wood but much lower luminance (using an hsl color picker). Since it was so dark, it only took about 10% pigment to get a stained filler that matched fairly well. The color was "burnt umber" from Earth Pigments Company and I was matching a redwood-toned stain on pine. Since the wood darkens more than the putty when you stain it, you have to pre-color it to be darker than the wood, but not as dark as the stain. The putty turns a disturbingly purplish hue with 5-10% pigment mixed in but ends up matching the wood pretty closely after you stain them both. I don't think you'll ever match it exactly but it's worlds better than untinted putty.

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.
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