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QuikWood®

QuikWood

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QuikWood Epoxy Putty Stick is a hand-kneadable, fast-setting polymer compound for permanent repairs to wood. It also bonds to metal, glass, masonry and many plastics. It comes in a handy "Tootsie-roll®" form with the curing agent encapsulated in the contrasting color base material.

QuikWood is available in three different shades: Original for pale, unfinished wood; Fast-Cure Pine for yellow wood; and Fast-Cure Dark for dark wood. Shades can be mixed to create or match other wood colors; mixing shades will shorten work life.

How to use:
 
Before applying, roughen and clean area to be repaired. Wear impermeable gloves before handling or mixing uncured material. Then follow these easy steps.
Cut off required amount of QuikWood
1. Cut off required amount.
Mix QuikWood to uniform color
2. Mix to uniform color
with gloved fingers.
Apply QuikWood to repair surface within 10 minutes
3. Apply to repair surface
within 10 minutes.

Original QuikWood has a 15 to 25 minute work life. Fast-Cure Pine and Dark have a 3 to 6 minute work life and must be applied within 2 minutes of mixing. Functional cure occurs in 60 minutes. QuikWood is not intended for structural applications.

 
Benefits:
   
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Will not shrink or pull away.

         •   Cured hardness and density are similar to that of wood.
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Putty-like consistency eliminates drips and runs for a "no mess" application.

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No tools required for use.

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One hour after application can be drilled, sawed, sanded, filed, tapped, machined, and painted.

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Original QuikWood conforms to ASTM D-4236.


Typical applications:
 
Restore gouges in pictures frames with QuikWood

Restore gouges in picture frames.

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Fill scratches, gouges, cracks, dry rot, insect damage and knotholes.

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Repair furniture, molding and frames.

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Reshape woodcarvings.

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Mold wood knobs and handles.

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Can be sculpted or carved for intricate detail.

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Hobby and crafts.