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TotalBoat FixWood marine-grade epoxy putty is an easy, reliable way to repair rotted wood permanently. This 2-component, moldable epoxy putty is easy to shape in place by hand or using tools. Its non-sagging formula is great for repairing or replacing damaged or missing wood on door & window frames, deck boards and trim. It's also ideal for filling non-structural screw holes.
FixWood cures overnight to a hard surface that's easy to sand, carve, machine, or fasten. Compatible with all types of wood, its beige color can be stained or painted so it blends with the surrounding wood species. Repairs are 100% waterproof, shrink-free & able to flex with the wood, for long-lasting adhesion & strength. Low-odor formula is great for interior or exterior use above the waterline.
Available in a 2-Pint Kit & a 2-Quart Kit.
|Kit Item Number||Size||Contents|
|TB-2284-K||2-Pint Kit||1 pint resin & 1 pint activator|
|TB-2285-K||2-Quart Kit||1 quart resin & 1 quart activator|
|Technical Specifications||TotalBoat FixWood|
|Cleanup||Acetone, denatured alcohol, or lacquer thinner|
|Working Time (100 grams) @72°F||30-35 minutes|
|Tack-Free Time @72°F||2 hours|
|Dry Time to Sand @72°F||< 6 hours|
|Full Cure @72°F||5-7 days|
TotalBoat FixWood is great for permanent repairs to wood that's rotted, missing or damaged, especially if it's not feasible to replace the wood due to its unique shape or historic value. Just fix it in place with FixWood.
In cases of deep rot, the wood must be consolidated first so it's strong enough to accept FixWood. Use TotalBoat Penetrating Epoxy to consolidate punky or soft areas, then apply FixWood while the Penetrating Epoxy is still tacky, for maximum bonding strength.
TotalBoat FixWood Marine Wood Repair Epoxy Putty Features
October 8, 2021
I am restoring an old 1960's Starcraft and needed to do a small amount of wood replacement on the transom. Not wanted to do a full transom redo I looked to this product for help. Mixing is quick and easy. Kind of mixes like dough. Hardened in just 6 hours and sanding was like butter. Recommend.
August 19, 2021
1st time using , as product says - Mix just enough product to last you 20 min. before it gets hard to spread. Dries Nice & Hard . Little Difficult to Stain color before finish work
June 14, 2021
Easy to use , just mix equal parts together until a uniform color is obtained, about two minutes, and then place where needed. Wear the blue gloves.
May 24, 2021
While I have been boating for awhile, I am not using this product on a boat. In combination with Total Boat Penetrating Epoxy, I am using this to repair rotted wooden window sills and frames. It's perfect. I mix the 2 parts with each about the size of a golf ball. It starts out kind of stiff and during kneading, becomes very soft and malleable. Unlike other 2 part systems, this product is very easy to sand. Follow the instructions! It is far superior when using an adhesion coat of Penetrating Epoxy.
October 4, 2020
worked exactly as described.
October 2, 2020
I used this wood putty to fill some cracks, checks, knots, and screw holes in the oak superstructure of a lobster boat. I used it over the penetrating epoxy according to the instructions on the product and had good results with adhesion. It's easily sanded with a random orbital sander so don't be scared if it goes on a little proud of what you are filling. My only caution is that despite its 20 minute working time, towards the 10 minute mark it will become exponentially more difficult to work with so do yourself a favor and mix very small batches. Also I'd recommend a pretty stiff metal putty knife as it hits this harder-to-work-with consistency. Overall, easy to use and does exactly what it says it will. Wish the color were a bit darker, though.
September 14, 2020
Used this product to fix a small area of my wooden boat that was a little pinky. It was easy mix and worked well.
September 2, 2020
it worked out better than i expected, i thought it would be like bondo or plastic wood but its much tougher more adhesive and easier to put on, only issue was the mixing of both parts you need strong arms to get the 2 parts together
July 5, 2020
I would purchase again. Mixing wasn't a problem but more difficult than Bondo Wood Filler. Your product sets slower so you can apply over a longer period of time. Takes one pair of Nitrile gloves per mix. Large defects are another good place to use this.
May 20, 2020
Used it to fill a small void in an oar blade which will be covered in Dynel. Like other reviewers, I was dubious about the crumbly texture of the Resin. It mixed up fine though. Instructions indicated "by hand", which I came to understand was meant literally. Via gloved fingers and palms kneading the two equal parts together was child's play. The mix molded easily and equally easy to apply over the epoxy penetrated wood. Will be curious to ascertain its shelf life.
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