|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||6.5 x 6.1 x 3.3 inches|
|Item model number||WRK6ORA|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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- The Unprecedented System For A Permanent High-Strength Structual Restoration And Repair Of Wood, Including: Window Frames And Sills, Columns, Decks, Doors, Furniture, Millwork, Stairs, Floors, Antiques
- Fills Cracks And Voids
- When Hardened It Can Be Sanded, Sawed, Nailed, Planed, Drilled, Machined, Stained And Painted
- Chemical, Water, Heat And Weather Resistant
- Contains No VOCs Or Water
Top customer reviews
So it took awhile for me to get the courage to do this project but today, I didn't think about it I just did it. I looked at the online videos a few times, read the instructs a few times and then got started.
I'm repairing a wood floor from 1946 (I know this is original bc I've taken out a couple of walls and the floor was underneath and already stained). This was a previous doorway before someone else took out that wall. When I bought the house there was carpet down so I didn't know about it. Took out the carpet and HORRORS! I thought I would have to have the wood cut out and maybe put a perpendicular long piece in w supports under the floor etc. Research always gives more than one solution:) I found this and I knew I could do it and save a lot of $.
When I got the Liquid Wood painted on I realized I didn't know when to put the Woodepox in... wait or immediate? So... I took a chance (it's Sunday), several ppl answered:). The seller gave me really good advice and the one following him in the post. 5-20 minutes said the seller and the other guy said he waited about an hour. I'd already waited about two hours but my stuff was soaked and just right... tacky to the touch. So I mixed up my play doh and started squeezing it into all the rotten crevices and smashed and smashed it in then leveled it off as best I could. I did all the holes, one after the other then went back and smoothed a bit with the alcohol. I poured some alcohol into a plastic cat food dish (I save these bc they are so great for painting on canvas and small jobs) and smoothed out the surface with the mud knife. It had already started getting firm but the alcohol made it pliable a bit again.
When I painted on the Liquid Wood I used a paintbrush from my art set, a 1/2 inch across brush. Some of the crevices were under the wood so I couldn't see how far back or big so I poured the liquid on top of the brush next to the hole and just dabbed everywhere the brush would go and then I wouldn't waste the liquid trying to scoop it up into holes. This worked great. I coated everything about three times. I had mixed one ounce each of A and B of the liquid and had trouble using it all. There was more than enough even though I had a lot to cover. There's lots left over too. I did use all the Woodepox though. I realized it was best to take smaller amounts of each, mix them together then add some more bc the color has to be one color when the mixing is done. With the larger amount it seemed to take forever to get it to be one color. I just put it out on a plastic grocery bag and put my feet at either end of the bag to hold it down. Some pieces would fall out of my ball of play doh and I would just dab it up with the ball in my hand. Super easy to work with. I used the gloves but they must have been super man's:) Huge! I could have used my hair coloring gloves and the fit would be better. It did the job though. I'll try and post some pics of my pitiful floor. I know this is extremely amateurish but I wish I'd seen something similar while I was trying to work up the courage to start. Had no idea except the directions on what to do and I did just fine:)
I recommend that anyone debating about the product watch the Abatron videos on their website.
I do wish that I had taken before photos but I do believe most users will be very pleased. I'm glad that I choose the product. I have used both Minwax and a competitive product. Liquid Wood puts Minwax Hardner to shame.