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Epoxy Wood Putty Stick, 2 oz.

Repair and rebuild all varieties of wood and other hard surfaces—will not shrink upon drying, and can be easily sanded, drilled, stained and painted.
Item #
GRP40264
Rating:
90% of 100

You won't find a wood putty or wood filler stronger than these epoxy putty sticks! And using them couldn't be easier—just cut off the amount you need, knead it together with your fingers and press it into the defect or mold it to whatever shape you need. After 20 minutes, you'll have an incredibly strong repair that adheres tenaciously to the wood, and will not shrink. The hardened repair can be easily sanded, drilled, stained and painted to match the surrounding surface. You can even mix colors to create a custom color!


Features:

  • Bonds to wood, plastic, fiberglass, brass, nylon, aluminum and glass
  • Excellent for filling large holes and broken corners—molds to any shape
  • Colors are mixable for creating custom colors
  • No special tools like heating irons or torches are required
  • No measuring required—hardener is encapsulated within a layer of resin; simply knead them together
  • Makes durable, permanent repairs
  • Fast curing—hardens in about 20 minutes with no shrinkage
  • May be sanded, drilled, stained or painted
  • Excellent adhesion of wood to metal, wood to glass, and wood to ceramic
(1) Epoxy Wood Putty Stick
More Information
Brand Mohawk Finishing
Weight 1.0000
Tech Spec
  • Material: Epoxy Putty
  • Working Time: 3-6 minutes
  • Cure Time: Approximately 20 minutes
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Nice product. It can be used for a lot of repairs. Very easy to use and clean up.
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Added Jan 18, 2019
January 18, 2019
Purchased
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Useful
This stuff is great for filling large holes that would normally require multiple applications of traditional wood filler and/or extended drying times. It also seems more durable than traditional wood filler. It takes only 15 to 20 minutes to cure. Very useful when you're short on time.
June 26, 2017
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Worked great! I routered an image in a bench then filled it in with the wood epoxy then sanded flush!
Awesome
Memorial Bench for my brother!
Memorial Bench for my brother!
March 31, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Mohawk Epoxy Putty Stick
I have used 6-8 of these tubes and have been pleased. Most of my work has been to fix trim carpentry. I use painters tape on adjoining boards, mix the putty as others have said and quickly press into the gap. Then I use a wood sharp edge blade to remove the excess and quickly pull up the painters tape. Sometimes I use my finger to smooth the joint. Only chop off enough to kneed between your fingers and use quickly. I agree that once you feel warmth, the material wont apply well. If there is a very wide joint to fill, take backer road or substitute thin packing foam to avoid wasting a lot of this product, which is expensive. Once cured, these joints look much better.
March 19, 2017
Good product and hints on use.
This is a great product. Been using it professionally in finish carpentry making furniture for a year now. You must use it quickly once mixed but you can cheat and add more time by adding a few drops of water to it when you mix a small piece. If you catch it fast enough you can use a damp cloth to wipe away the excess from pinhole patches in the wood surface which minimizes sanding after it sets. I really like this stuff and will keep using it.
August 25, 2016
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
worked very well.
July 11, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Epoxy Wood Putty works great
Worked very well and I was able to make the repair much faster.
June 19, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
The concept is great but the product itself could be improved. The 3 - 6 minute working time is a problem. The product seems to be intended for my use: filling small checks in ipe wood used for a deck handrail cap. This is slow, meticulous work. I mixed the smallest amount I could, a slice about 1/8" from the "tootsie roll" of material and still was able to use less than half of each batch before the short working life expired. And I spent more time mixing than applying - not a very efficient use of time.
July 26, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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to repair a minor blemish in wood that will hold up
james o on May 16, 2018
To fix nicks in wood floor
Ann J on Apr 20, 2017
to repair a minor blemish in wood that will hold up
james o on May 16, 2018
It is carve able when dry.
Wayne H on Apr 16, 2018
To fix nicks in wood floor
Ann J on Apr 20, 2017
looked useful
Keith B on Feb 20, 2017
seems interesting
Mariana C on Oct 29, 2016
to do wood repair
edward b on Apr 11, 2016
It is carve able when dry.
Wayne H on Apr 16, 2018
looked useful
Keith B on Feb 20, 2017
Can I use this product to fill in cracks of a live edge wood slab and then epoxy over it?
Lisa A on Jun 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: When I send you the answer I was trying to add a picture, but was unable to do so.
Send me your email if you are interested in a photo of the Project.
Will this work to fill a dowel hole in the side of a wood board so that I can router edges?
Melanie on Feb 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes it should work fine as long as you apply it correctly and let it harden. The router will treat it as wood. In other words no problems with the router.
If you press to apply with a puty knife does the epoxy penetrate and discolor adjacent wood so that an oil finish won't penetrate?
clarke h on Feb 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This epoxy is completely self contained, in that they epoxy stcik is simialr to play-do. Once the two-parts are mixed, a exothermic reaction will occur causing it to harden over approximately 10-15 min. Afterwards, you can sand, stain and I have had success with lacquer over top, treating it exactly the same as if the wood had been replaced. The best application method I have found is by hand. Razor blade off a portion, hand mix and shape to your edge, chipped section , or chunk missing. Extremely easily to mold... for ten minutes. Once it gets warm, it WILL NOT bond. My experience: I have used over 100 of these sticks in various colors. (Professional Use).
Will this adhere to Saran Wrap or similar plastic?..want to shape removable part
Dan J on Apr 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This product will not adhere to the saran wrap or other plastic. However, this product is very strong. Once it hardens... if any edge is in a small fold, the plastic will rip. Just treat this like play-do. The product will form to your exact dimensions, and for a short time you can add more. But working time is short, and can be ripped back off if you were so inclined. I like to take a chisel and scour the edge of my wood, so the epoxy will laterally bite into. Make your removable parts all you want.