- Kit includes a water-based wood hardener, epoxy paste, and epoxy putty with application tools to repair and protect small non-structural wood areas such as window sills, door frames, and decorative trim
- PC-Petrifier wood hardener to strengthen and seal rotted wood
- PC-Woody two-part epoxy paste to repair damaged wood
- PC-Lumber epoxy putty to replace missing wood
- Application tools include mixing board, mixing stick, putty knife, and pair of latex gloves
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PC Products Rotted Wood Repair Kit with Water-Based Hardener, and Epoxy Paste and Putty
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|Brand Name||PC Products|
|UPC||795871709403 , 054983084113|
|EAN||0054983084113 , 0795871709403|
|Item Weight||3.92 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
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The PC Rotted Wood Repair Kit includes the PC-Petrifier water-based wood hardener, PC-Woody epoxy paste, PC-Lumber epoxy putty, and application tools to repair and protect small non-structural wood areas such as window sills, door frames, and decorative trim. The PC-Petrifier is a hardener that strengthens and seals rotted wood. The PC-Woody is a two-part epoxy paste that replaces missing and rotted wood. The PC-Lumber is an epoxy putty that can be hand molded to rebuild and shape damaged wood. After fully cured, the epoxy products can be painted, stained, and machined.
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?
- 8-oz. PC-Petrifier hardener
- 6-oz. PC-Woody in two cans (3-oz. can of part A and 3-oz. can of part B)
- 2-oz. PC-Lumber
- Mixing board
- Mixing stick
- Putty knife
- Pair of latex gloves
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The kit comes with gloves, mixing sticks, a apatula, a mixing board, 2 jars of part a, and b wood filler, a bottle of liquid wood hardener, a small tube of putty, an acid brush (for working the liquid wood hardener), and instructions.
The liquid wood hardener is very runny, so make sure ot mask off bits of wood or brick you don't want this stuff drippin on, as it dries to a slightly darker color.
It's best to start with this hardener on wood that has no paint on it, and that you have drilled small holes into so the product gets in good and deep to do it's job better.
It takes about a day for this stuff to cure.
The part a, and b wood filler jars contain a filler that has the consistancy of peanutbutter, but is easy to scoop out and work with. It's not drippy or messy, just thick, but goes into place well for filling the missing areas of rotted wood. This stuff does not take nearly as long to cure.
The little tube of putty looks self explanitory, but it's NOT. Read the tube's directions before using, or you'll be reworking the stuff the next day. The putty is a part a/b epoxy which must be properly mixed in order to cure, just like the wood filler, only it's all in one tube. Just break off the needed amount of putty, kneed it til it's a uniform color, (light gray), and then apply to small voids, or cracks that need filling. This stuff smells like swamp gass, but that goes away after a few hours. :)
If you're patient, this product will serve you well.
Since my repair was for the whole thickness of the sill I did it in several layers to ensure the layers cured. I'm sure a first rough layer followed by a finishing layer would have sufficed. I used denatured alcohol to help clean up, but be sure to wear the included gloves when using the products & cleaning up, especially if you have sensitive skin. You can drill or nail in the cured epoxy just like wood. I painted my repair and it looks great and feels just as sound as wood. Way easier than replacing the whole sill.
The kit contained all the necessary items for me to repair a rotted windowsill . It is imperative that the user read the complete directions contained in the box. My rot spot was large enough to require multiple applications of the hardener and two applications of the epoxy. The two part epoxy was easy to mix,had a good open time and cured rock hard in the time specified. Upon completion I sanded the surfaces smooth,applied a breatheable oil based primer and finished with acrylic latex paint. Looks great and I hope this repair lasts as my other option is to remove the sill and rebuild the window casing,etc..
NOTE my windowsill rot was not caused by insects. I mention this as PC Products makes a specific hardener fr insect damaged wood and must be ordered separately from this kit.
A few notes:
The PC-Petrifier is a very watery liquid, so it tends to run and will leave a slight mark (once it dries) if it runs on to undamaged wood. After a final sanding, however, I didn't notice these marks any more, but don't let it run onto wood that you won't be refinishing. The Petrifier is water based, so you can wash out the small flux brush that they include and reuse it.
The two-part epoxy was easy to mix, because the two parts are two different colors, and you keep mixing until it's a uniform blend. The result is the consistency of sticky peanut butter. If you can imagine applying sticky peanut butter to your damaged wood, it's not so easy to get a smooth uniform coating. If you are repairing deep or widespread damage, plan on making multiple applications (I did them one day apart, to allow curing) instead of trying to do it all at once. The first application might just be to work the epoxy into all the nooks and crannies so it adheres well, which requires some pressure with the putty knife. Even for the final application, it will be hard to get a very smooth and uniform finish, so plan on doing some sanding after the final cure. By the way, if you want to reuse the mixing board they provide, use a paper towel to wipe off the epoxy before it cures, which leaves the board almost like new. You can even wipe off and reuse the mixing stick.
I used a Surform tool for rough sanding, and regular sandpaper for final sanding.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This stuff is perfect for those places that you don't want to replace, but which are rotted. I fixed an outside window sill that was completely rotted away. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Steve
Everything I needed was in the box, great product and good valuePublished 18 days ago by Paul A. Hackett
Had to fill in some rotted out wood around a kitchen sink. This worked perfectly.Published 1 month ago by Lucretia Gross
Perfect job for my wood window rot. My house is old and I have a few areas of rot around the trim. Replacing all windows is too costly so I bought this all in one kit. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MidloMom
Worked phenomenally well. Was easy to sand down to smooth matching finish!!!Published 1 month ago by Woodchuck
This is a really good product. I used this to repair cracks in my deckboard and it dries solid like a rock. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marko C.
The wood petrifier is amazing on soft rotted wood. I am sure the stuff is great but I was working with a too large of an area for this. For small areas I know it would be great.Published 2 months ago by Kevin
Worked as advertised. Hint about smoothing with alcohol was effective.Published 2 months ago by IrishSetter