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  • Two-part epoxy paste to replace missing or rotted wood is resistant to dry rot, UV light, 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
  • PC-Woody part B must be mixed with PC-Woody part A in equal volumes on a flat surface with a stiff putty knife; DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MIX WITH GLOVES
  • Not recommended to mix PC-Woody in teaspoon size increments or smaller simply because of the likelihood of an ‘off-ratio’ mix
  • 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
  • High "wet grab" or tack of PC-Woody makes overhead and sidewall work easy without drip or sag
  • Excellent resistance to all weather elements, mildew dry rot, UV light, fresh and salt water, and chemicals present in pressure-treated wood
  • Note: PC-Woody will not bond to wax paper, Teflon, Polyethylene and some other plastics. Test a small area when in doubt