LiquidWood and WoodEpox are entirely different in consistency, appearance and methods of application. Furthermore, they can be used independently of each other. Yet, they are mostly used in the same types of applications as they complement each other ideally. Therefore, they are described together.
LiquidWood is a thin, clear liquid designed to impregnate wood, other fibers and porous materials, and to harden after penetrating, in order to restore strength, stiffness and hardness, and to impart water, weather, chemical, rot and wear resistance. It consists of 2 components: (A) Resin, and (B) Hardener, packaged separately.
WoodEpox is a non-shrinking, light-weight, buff colored adhesive paste designed to adhere permanently to wood and other rigid materials as a filler, substitute or additive for missing or needed parts. It consists of 2 components: (A) Resin, and (B) Hardener, packaged separately. LiquidWood and WoodEpox are entirely different in consistency,