- 2-part, marine-grade, non-shrinking wood repair epoxy putty
- High-strength repairs flex with the wood—no cracking or shrinkage
- 100% waterproof, once cured
- Putty is easy to shape—no sagging or distortion
- Very easy to sand
- Can be stained or painted to match the surrounding wood type
- Solvent-free formula has no VOCs or harsh fumes
- For interior and exterior use above the waterline only
- Mixed color: Tan
- Kit Sizes: 2-Pint, 2-Quart. Kits include equal amounts of resin and hardener.
The permanent cure for wood gone bad—or just plain gone
Dry rot, dings, dents, chips, and gouges are real eyesores. The thought of repairing rotted wood, restoring damaged wood that has historical significance, or attempting to remove & replace missing wood that’s irreplaceable can make you want to rip your hair out. When ripping out the bad wood just isn’t an option or finding a replacement for missing wood just isn’t possible, use TotalBoat FixWood marine-grade wood repair epoxy putty to repair it in place—fast, and for good.
Puts fast, easy repairs in the palms of your hands
TotalBoat FixWood has no VOCs or obnoxious odors, but you do need to wear latex or nitrile gloves to protect your hands while working with it. Just knead equal amounts of resin and hardener together until the mixture is a light tan color, with no streaks. Press the mixed putty firmly into the damaged area to push out any air pockets, and overfill the cavity slightly so you can sand the surface smooth after curing. To replace a missing piece of wood, sculpt the mixed putty in place by hand or with tools. The FixWood putty stays where you put it, without sagging, and retains its shape while curing. Once it’s cured, you can carve or grind it to refine the shape. Let your repair cure overnight then sand, if needed, and finish or fasten. If you want to blend the repair into the surrounding wood, just stain it or coat it with 1- or 2-part polyurethane paint or varnish.
Repairs are 100% waterproof and as strong or stronger than new in just a day, and can hold nails, screws, and other fasteners firmly.
- Mix ratio by volume: 1 part Resin (Part A) to 1 part Hardener (Part B)
- Application: Shape by hand or using tools
- Application temperature: 50-100°F
- Working time: 30-35 minutes @ 72°F
- Dry time before sanding: <6 hours @ 72°F
- Dry time to overcoat: <6 hours @ 72°F
- Full cure: 5-7 days @ 72°F
If the wood is soft from dry rot, inject or apply TotalBoat Penetrating Epoxy first to consolidate the wood. While the Penetrating Epoxy is still tacky, apply the mixed FixWood putty, as directed, and shape as desired.
Personal Safety Information
Wear protective gloves, clothing, and eye/face protection while using TotalBoat FixWood. Always wear protective gloves when kneading or shaping FixWood by hand. When sanding FixWood, wear protective gloves, protective clothing, face protection, and a proper respirator. Be sure to read and understand the instructions and the safety information in the Technical Data Sheet and Safety Data Sheet (SDS) before using this product.