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SculpWood Paste, 4 oz.

SculpWood Paste is a spreadable, permanent, 100% waterproof paste that is ideal for filling smaller cracks and surface defects in rot-damaged wood and other porous materials.
Item #
47461
Rating:
90% of 100

SculpWood Paste is a spreadable, permanent, 100% waterproof paste for filling smaller cracks and surface defects in rot-damaged wood and other porous materials. It spreads easily, and won't sag, drag or pull. Can be used indoors and out, and is ideal for repairing window sills, porch railings and moldings with weather and rot damage. The paste is an excellent companion for Sculpwood Putty (#43812, sold separately), which is used to fill and rebuild larger voids. For the strongest repair, and the best resistance to further rot, use both SculpWood Putty and Sculpwood Paste with System Three RotFix (#23249, sold separately), a low viscosity wood sealer and consolidant.

Features:

  • SculpWood Paste is a 2-component, solvent-free, epoxy resin
  • Soft spackle-like consistency is exceptionally easy to spread
  • Easily fills fine cracks, splits, nail holes and gouges so that, once painted, they are indistinguishable from the surrounding wood
  • Superior bond strength to almost any porous material
  • Permanent and 100% waterproof
  • Will not swell, shrink or crack with age
  • Convenient 1:1 mixing ratio
  • Cures quickly
  • Easily sanded, and accepts paint, screws and nails
  • Most commonly used in conjunction with SculpWood Putty and RotFix (#43812 and #23249, sold separately)
  • For interior and exterior use

 

(1) 4 oz. Package of SculpWood Paste
More Information
Brand System Three
Manufacturer Part Number 1610K05
Weight 0.3500
Size 4 oz
4.5 / 5.0
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Sculp wood epoxy paste
This is a better alternative then bondo for repairing wood gouges and scrapes. I fixed a door and a window casement that were mauled by a dog. It sanded out smooth. just a little more set time needed but a stronger bond to wood.
December 9, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Perfect for the project!
I used this to fill small gaps at the mitered corners of window trim in a tub/shower enclosure of an old house. New trim is a urethane type material to resist water damage. This epoxy putty will be super durable. It is thin enough to actually get into the small gaps. Painted the whole thing. Looks seamless.
December 31, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Extremely easy to use. Make as little or as much as you need. It cured clear,sands easily and paints over well.
May 5, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Not the best choice, illegible instructions
I was making a desktop with knotty alder and I wanted to fill the knots with a clear putty so they would be visible but still have a smooth surface. This putty cures off-white.
The only directions are in tiny type on the container. They are illegible even with glasses. The manufacturer's online information is mostly about safety, not about applications. I applied this to unfinished wood and had to do a lot of sanding to remove the areas stained by the epoxy.
January 17, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Excellent product!
Joel S on Mar 13, 2019
to fill a defect in a door. Worked great
Dennis S on Mar 8, 2017
Excellent product!
Joel S on Mar 13, 2019
I'm making a desk using knotty Alder. I want to be able to fill the knot holes and flaws with something clear before I apply the finish.
Stephen W on Dec 27, 2017
to fill a defect in a door. Worked great
Dennis S on Mar 8, 2017
have not used it yet
Ronald M on Dec 31, 2015
I'm making a desk using knotty Alder. I want to be able to fill the knot holes and flaws with something clear before I apply the finish.
Stephen W on Dec 27, 2017
have not used it yet
Ronald M on Dec 31, 2015