After Restoration

This Product is the reliable Wood Restoration Product

I only use Abatrons Wood Restoration.  This wood restoration product requires expertise and experience to successfully accomplish a lasting restoration.

Professional Wood Restoration

This is how a professional restores rotted or damaged wood.

This is a product I have used for years and always with incredible success! 

Woodepox repair SYSTEM is a lightweight repair product, that is two equal parts.  You mix together with your gloved hands.  Because it is very lightweight, almost like a foam, it is very easy to thoroughly mix.  One part is white and the other part is tan, so it is easy to see that you have the mixture evenly mixed.  More information later, for right now watch the part one and part two videos to ‘See’ the complete process and then we can go into more detail.


Now let’s get started.


First, if you have any wood rot on your house and it would be difficult to replace because the rotten wood is connected to other parts of the structure or worse yet, a beam or rafters that is anchored deep into the house structure.   This deteriorated wood condition will be appropriate to fix with an excellent wood repair product ‘Woodepox’.  This two-part lightweight epoxy will be a fast repair and permanent.


Personal Note:  I use to own a paint store that sold this product to thousands of satisfied customers.  When looking at this product you might consider at first that the product is expensive, however when the customers would return to let me know that the price was marginal compared to the cost of replacement of the damaged wood.  Let alone, most of my customers did there own repair.  This product is very easy to use.  All you need to do is follow the repair steps in order.

Unfortunately, not many people know about this wood repair product.


WoodEpox®


Shrink-free adhesive putty wood replacement compound that can be used in any thickness in structural and decorative applications to replace, repair, extend or fill wood and other materials.


Uses: WoodEpox is ideal for repairing, replacing, or adding to wood and most rigid surfaces, as well as to dried out, rotted or spongy wood consolidated with LiquidWood. Use on window sills, thresholds, window and door frames, columns, stair steps, balustrades, floors, capitals, moldings, doors, shutters, indoor and outdoor furniture, statues, archaeological and art restoration.

Features & Benefits: WoodEpox bonds permanently with high strength to most surfaces. It fills cracks, holes, and voids of any size without the shrinking and crumbling of common wood fillers. It can replace or add missing or new sections in window frames and sills, furniture, sculptures, structural and decorative components, indoors and outdoors. Because of its strength and durability, it is as different from wood fillers as a permanent solution from temporary remedies.


WoodEpox succeeds because it can be painted, stained, wood-grained, sawed, nailed, planed, sanded, carved, and machined like wood. Can be cast into shapes and sculpted by hand before hardening. Bonds equally well to ceramics, concrete, metal, glass, fiberglass, and most rigid surfaces. Contains no VOC’s or noxious odors. It has a light, neutral color that can be changed, by mixing with stains, dyes, or pigments. Has a no slump paste consistency that allows it to be applied like a putty to fill gaps, holes, or to build-up virtually any thickness and shape.


Technical Characteristics: Contents: WoodEpox is a light-weight epoxy adhesive system consisting of 2 components: resin paste (A) and hardener paste (B). When A and B are mixed in equal volumes, the blend hardens within 1-2 hours into a light-weight, non-shrinking, tough adhesive mass with high dimensional stability, chemical, water, heat and weather resistance. 100% solids. 1/1 ratio. 20-minute pot life.


My Northern Arizona painting company (Roger Merrill painting)  RogerMerrill.com specializes in wood restoration.  Sometimes it is just easier to let my company professionals do the work. Wood Restoration in Sedona


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