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System Three RotFix Rot Repair Epoxy

Rot Fix is an easy to use, low viscosity epoxy wood sealer, primer, and consolidant for repair and restoration of rotted, deteriorated, dried out or spongy wood. RotFix is a component of The EndRot System. It creates a, sound, waterproof base for repair and restoration filler putty. A unique measuring/application bottle is included with the 1.5 Pint Kit. With this bottle you can accurately measure, mix and apply RotFix in batches from 2 ounces to 7 ounces. 2-to-1 Mix Ratio.
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    Technical Specifications
  • Mix Ratio by Volume: 100:50
  • Mix Ratio by Weight: 100:43
  • Total Solids: 100 percent
  • Mixed Viscosity: 600 cps
  • Mixed Color: Amber
  • Pot Life at 77 degrees F: 60 Minutes
  • Cure Time at 77 degrees F: 8 Hours
  • BRAND: System Three
    Material: Epoxy
    Number Of Parts: Two Part
    Strength: Weak
    Usage: Woodrot
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    System Three RotFix Repair Epoxy


    Great for application to horizontal or nearly so surfaces. Penetrates well and really solidifies the old wood. Nearly impossible to use effectively on vertical surfaces. Tried drilling near vertical holes on vertical wooden areas product leaked through damaged wood, even after several trials with different mix/application times. Easily applied with shringe or brush.


    Overland Park, KS


    Hard to usein small amounts


    I was disappointed that the latest rot fix I bought did not have the spouts and cap that the product had previously. I found it nearly impossible to mix a small amount pouring it from the large open mouth, whereas it's a piece of cake with the old spouts. I have neither the time nor inclination to be messing around cleaning out the measuring bottle every time I use the product which is often but in small amounts. Otherwise the product satisfactory. I would recommend putting the spout caps back on the bottles and including the mixing bottle as well for those who might want to use it.

    Thorny Seiler World Class Yacht Carpentr

    Annapolis, Md


    Way too much work for meager results.


    They lost me when they (the factory) told me to 'excavate' out all the rot and then drill holes and place their special 'capsules' into the holes to prevent further rot. Then paint on their product and wait for it to dry. Then mix powder and liquid together.......Git-Rot is so much easier to use and has remarkable strength. I'll stick with Git-Rot.

    rotten girl

    Trenton, SC


    Excellent Product


    I recently used this product for the first time as a replacement for GitRot. I really like the pre-calibrated mixing bottle that is included. As long as you rinse it out with alcohol or white vinegar and water, it can be re-used over and over.I had a large area of mahogany plywood dry rot that was hidden below the surface and I didn't want to lose the exterior contour by digging it all out. I followed the advice on the carton and drilled a pattern of small holes around the affected area; then squirted in some RotFix. The liquid is low-viscosity and seeps rapidly into these holes; thoroughly saturating the damaged wood (just make sure gravity is working for you). You'll probalby need a few applications to get at everything.After the final coat has set-up, use SculpWood or any other epoxy product and filler to finish off the job. Naturally, the best method is to remove all the dry rot and scarf in a new piece but still use the RotFix to seal the old wood pores.

    Danish Mariner



    System Three RotFix Rot Repair Epoxy



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