TotalBoat Penetrating Epoxy Gallon Kit
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  • TotalBoat Penetrating Epoxy Gallon Kit
  • TotalBoat Cold Weather Penetrating Epoxy Gallon Kit
  • Injecting penetrating epoxy to seal wood

TotalBoat Penetrating Epoxy Kits

TotalBoat Penetrating Epoxy is a low-viscosity wood rot restoration and repair solution that seals deeper & cures stronger than industry-leading penetrating epoxies. It has no VOCs, no odor & is 100% waterproof once cured.

This 2:1 system is ideal for restoring rotten or damaged wood, or sealing new wood for lasting protection against humidity, salt, mold & mildew. It works by gluing cellulose (wood) fibers back together, sealing a bare, porous wood surface from the inside out. Double the penetrating power by mixing acetone with the epoxy resin solution in equal volume. Easy to apply by brush, roller, or inject via syringe. Surfaces may be painted or varnished after light sanding.

Choose from Traditional (65-90 F) or Cold Weather (40-65 F) formulas in Pint, Quart, 1/2 Gallon & Gallon kits. Bonus: Kit includes 2 stir sticks, 2 paint pots & 1 pr. latex gloves.

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Cleanup is easy. Wear latex gloves, wash off with soap and water. No solvents required.

APPLICATION NOTE: The wood must be bare and unfinished. Also, TotalBoat Penetrating Epoxy will not penetrate and level well when applied over some stains. Always test an area first. DO NOT USE on top of Minwax oil-based stains.

TotalBoat Cold Weather Penetrating Epoxy is perfect for use during the colder seasons. Compared to our traditional TotalBoat Penetrating Epoxy, our Cold Weather formula offers similar performance characteristics, but cures completely and reliably in cooler temperatures. Its tack-free properties also allow you to sand sooner.

WARNING: TotalBoat Cold Weather Penetrating Epoxy should not be used as a fast-cure epoxy in warmer temperature conditions because doing so can be unsafe and result in premature exotherm, brittleness, and improper curing.

Application Temperature Ranges:

  • Traditional formula - 65-90°F
  • Cold Weather formula - 40-65°F

Use For:

  • Sealing open wood pores
  • Glues wood fibers back together
  • Fungi & mildew protection
  • Rotten wood restoration

Traditional Formula and Cold Weather Formula Kit Volumes: Total Mix Ratio

  • Pint Kit: total mix ratio 1.5 Pints (1 pint resin, 1/2 pint hardener)
  • Quart Kit: total mix ratio 1.5 Quarts (1 quart resin, 1 pint hardener)
  • Half-Gallon Kit: total mix ratio .75 Gallons (1 half gallon resin, 1 quart hardener)
  • Gallon Kit: total mix ratio 1.5 Gallons (1 gallon resin, 1/2 gallon hardener)


Resin Density at 75°F, lbs/gal  9.3  ASTM D1475 
Hardener Density at 75°F, lbs/gal  8.0  ASTM D1475 
Resin Viscosity at 75°F, cP  100  ASTM D2196 
Hardener Viscosity at 75°F, cP  20  ASTM D2196 
Mix Ratio by Weight  100A:44B  Calculated 
Mix Ratio by Volume  2A:1B  Calculated 
Initial Mixed Viscosity at 75°F, cP  50  ASTM D2196 
Gel Time at 75°F, 150 gram mass, min  45-50  ASTM D2471 
Tack Free Time at 75°F, hrs  36-48  Calculated 
Application Temperature Range  65-90°F  -- 
Resin Density at 70°F, lbs/gal  9.5  ASTM D1475 
Hardener Density at 70°F, lbs/gal  8.9  ASTM D1475 
Resin Viscosity at 70°F, cP  360  ASTM D2196 
Hardener Viscosity at 70°F, cP  270  ASTM D2196 
Mix Ratio by Volume  2A to 1B  Calculated 
Mix Ratio by Weight  100A to 47B  Calculated 
Initial Mixed Viscosity at 70°F, cP  300  ASTM D2196 
Pot Life at 70"F, 150 gram mass, minutes  10-15  ASTM D2471 
Tack-Free Time at 70°F, hours  4-6  -- 
Full Cure at 70°F, days  -- 
Pot Life at 40°F, minutes  40-50  ASTM D2471 
Tack-Free Time at 40°F, hours  16-24  -- 
Full Cure at 40°F, days  -- 
Application Temperature Range  40-65°F (do not use above 70°F)  -- 
BRAND: TotalBoat
Material: Epoxy
Number Of Parts: Two Part
Type: Wood Sealer
Usage: Woodrot
4.5 118

I will purchase again


I am using this product to fill in small cracks and gaps that have happened over the drying time on a couple slab and so far I have zero complaints.




Good stuff.


We used this as a preservative to restore the hardness of 44 historic windows in downtown Dayton Ohio. I thinned it with lacquer thinner and it penetrated through all the punky wood. Great product.


Dayton, Oh


Performed as advestised


Turned a piece of spalted maple into a workable solid. Surface sands to a natural appearance - does not look "plastic". The really soft spalted areas adsorbs larger qualities than the harder spalted areas. These areas after curing are natural appearing and solid but it losses the "natural wood feel".

Head Sawdust Maker

Northern VA


My new miracle worker!


Purchased to strengthen new stringers and the boat restoration. After that was done identify many many other uses this is good for with wood protection


Clifton Park, NY


Outstanding product, with some cautions


My use was to seal a newly built glued lapstrake boat, Okume plywood on oak. It is easy to apply, but expect a good bit of sanding. Even using alcohol to thin, the thinner flashes off quickly, and brushing imperfections do not flow out well. In addition, on the Okume plywood, it was like "raising the grain" with water, except that the wood fibers stand up, and are frozen into the epoxy. It is fairly hard, good for overcoating, but hard to sand. It filled the oak pores well, ready for varnish. The complete sealing will save several coats of varnish. Dead clear, with no blush, as promised.


Vancouver, Wa


Better options availablee


Mix was thicker and did not penetrate as fast as 1 to 1 products.




Seemingly good product but Don't buy the Pumps!


When it starts getting sticky, you need to stop applying it because it will simply sit on the surface but before it begins to harden it penetrates very well; definitely mix half and half with acetone for better penetration.Do Not buy the Pumps! They Are Not Accurate! They Did Not Mix it 2:1; more like 1.6 to 1. Just pour a 2:1 ratio in the supplied mixing cups.The Epoxy putty is very good too! This fills big gaps and makes the rotten wood quite rigid.

Philip DIY

Starkville, MS


Great product, excellent service


We had an issue on board the 32 year old superyacht I have been involved in refitting with a small kit of the Total Boat Penetrating Epoxy. The problem was likely caused by me leaving the containers in the (shaded) cockpit in the Chesapeake Bay for a few weeks - very warm in the days, cool to warm in the evenings - and it didn't seem to be going off the way it should. Jamestown Distributors sent us a new kit immediately at no cost and it preformed flawlessly. We are now in Newport and I am looking forward to visiting the shop and personally thanking the staff for such excellent customer service. Great company, great service, great products.


Newbury, MA


Product worked great


Product worked great, Used it on the salon wall along with another product to repair a rotted corner.




excellent results


I used this product on my log home to repair an area of the bottom log that had rotted. It really soaked right into the rotten wood and made it solid. Fixing the reason for the damage, I now think I can avoid a REALLY expensive repair.


Rhinelander, WI


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