Git Rot Penetrating Epoxy

Git Rot Penetrating Epoxy

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Model # P004_120_001_009 Mfg # 1065
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This easy-to-use epoxy works great for stopping dry rot and stabilizing and strengthening wood that would otherwise need to be replaced.

Soaks into wood fibers and restores strength to rotten sections. By drilling small holes into fiberglass laminations, underlying wood can be saturated and much of its original strength can be restored. Cures overnight. Can be sanded, painted, drilled, tapped and is compatible with most sealants and paints. Two parts in each package: resin and hardener.

Key Features

  • Restores wood to its original strength
  • Results in stronger wood than when new
  • Fills gaps and leaks ‘
  • Sandable and paintable
  • Compatible with fiberglass resins, epoxies and sealants 


  • Formulation: Two-part penetrating epoxy sealer
  • Usage: Dry-rotted wood, wood decks, hull cores
  • Coverage: Volume required for saturation about half the volume of rotted wood
  • Drying: 1/2 hr. pot life, overnight dry to touch, one week to full strength
  • Color: Clear amber 
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