Structural 2-Part Epoxy Adhesive for Filling and Replacing Wood. Specially Formulated for Cold-Weather Use.
Uses: WoodEpox® – Cold is a variant of the original WoodEpox® wood replacement compound that is specially formulated for use in temperatures ranging from 35° F to 60° F.* This lightweight, epoxy adhesive putty is designed to repair, replace, extend or fill wood and most rigid surfaces. Use on windowsills, columns, decks, thresholds, doors, frames, shutters, columns, posts, balusters, floors, furniture, sculptures, artwork, and other wooden architectural elements. It can also be used to patch substrates other than wood including ceramics, stucco, and concrete.
Features & Benefits: WoodEpox – Cold is virtually shrink-free and bonds permanently to most surfaces. It is chemical, heat, insect and weather resistant. WoodEpox – Cold is lightweight, has a no-slump consistency, and can be applied almost anywhere including vertical and overhead applications. It is dimensionally stable and can be used in any thickness or shape. WoodEpox – Cold is easy to mix, apply, and finish. It can be painted, stained, drilled, carved, sawed, nailed, planed, sanded, and routed, just like wood. It is compatible with both hand and power tools. WoodEpox – Cold can be tinted with colored pigments as needed.
Technical Characteristics: 1:1 mixing ratio. Combine equal volumes of parts A and B until completely mixed and a uniform color is achieved. Pot life: approximately 25 minutes at 35° F. Hardens within 24 hours depending on temperature. Coverage: approximately 231 cubic inches per gallon. Waterproof. Beige, lightweight, non-slumping, epoxy putty adhesive. Apply by (gloved) hand or with a putty knife or trowel.
* WoodEpox – Cold is recommended for use in temperatures ranging from 35°F to 60°F (2°C – 16°C). For applications at higher temperatures, standard WoodEpox is recommended.
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- If the temperature is going to be around 45° F, can I thoroughly mix equal parts of regular WoodEpox and WoodEpox cold and get a product that will cure properly at a temperature slightly lower than the usual 50° minimum for regular WoodEpox?
- Q If the temperature is going to be around 45° F, can I thoroughly mix equal parts of regular WoodE...... Read more answer nowAsked by December 2, 2021 11:19 pmonAnswered by the admin
I would mix the regular WoodEpox and the WoodEpox-Cold together. You should use one or the other. You can use the regular WoodEpox in 50 degree temps, your can use the WoodEpox-Cold in temps as low as 35 degrees. You can use them in conjunction with one another though. For example, if you use the regular version and need to add more, you can use the cold version on top (or vice versa), they will bond to one another. What is the shelf life of WoodEpox® – Cold?
- Q What is the shelf life of WoodEpox® – Cold? answer nowAsked by November 30, 2021 9:33 amonAnswered by the admin
At least 1 year, if not longer, as long s it's stored properly. I have an exterior repair to do. It is cool outside (dropping down to mid 20's f at night) But I have the ability to cover and heat the area to above 60 f. Is there any advantage to keeping the work area warm and using the regular woodepox and consolidant?
- Q I have an exterior repair to do. It is cool outside (dropping down to mid 20's f at night) But I ...... Read more answer nowAsked by November 29, 2021 1:25 pmonAnswered by the admin
It should be at least 50 degrees F when applying the LiquidWood and WoodEpox for 2 hours prior to and 2 hours after application. If you are able to heat the area that would be ideal. What is the thinnest you can lay this down? Can it be used for a skim coat as well as a nail hole and large gaps in wooden (pine and fir ply). Thanks
- Q What is the thinnest you can lay this down? Can it be used for a skim coat as well as a nail hole...... Read more answer nowAsked by November 5, 2021 12:17 pmonAnswered by the admin
You can make a thin coat with the WoodEpox Cold but you may need to thin it with the LiquidWood for your application. You can also use it to fill holes and gaps. What is the thinnest you can lay this down? Can it be used for a skim coat as well as a nail hole and large gaps in wooden (pine and fir ply). Thanks
- Q What is the thinnest you can lay this down? Can it be used for a skim coat as well as a nail hole...... Read more answer nowAsked by November 3, 2021 12:23 pmonAnswered by the admin
You can use the WoodEpox as a thin coat and to fill nail holes and large gaps. For the skim coat, you may want to thin it with the LiquidWood to make it more pliable.