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Dry Rot Epoxy Repair Kit

AeroMarine Products 300/21 Epoxy Resin Kit  is an effective repair for dry rot or termite damage in old houses and boats. It penetrates the damaged wood and cures to a hard, shatter-resistant surface. 300/21 epoxy resin bonds wood to concrete, metal, and other substrates. Additionally, it works very well for coating, repairing, and sealing old concrete. It is the only epoxy you need for restoring your old house.

DO Not mix the entire amount of resin and hardener together all at once. It will cure in your mixing container!

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Restoration Epoxy 300/21

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AeroMarine 300/21 Quart Kit - Total yield of 1.5 Quarts.  1 Quart Epoxy Resin and 1 Pint Non-blush Cycloaliphatic Hardener.


100% solids.  Contains no thinners.
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$36 per 1 1/2 quart kit

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AeroMarine 300/21 Gallon Kit - Total yield of 1.5 Gallons
Price includes pumps!
  These metering pumps take away much of the mess of working with epoxy.

100% solids.  Contains no thinners.

dry rot repair epoxy kit

$99 per 1 1/2 gallon kit

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AeroMarine 300/21 6 Gallon Kit - Total yield of 6 Gallons

100% solids.  Contains no thinners.

dry rot repair epoxy kit

$340 per 6 gallon kit

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AeroMarine 300/21 15 Gallon Kit--total yield of 15 gallons

100% solids. Contains no thinners.

epoxy for dry rot repair

$ 680 per 15 gallon kit

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Thickening Filler

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Pecan Flour - This makes a dark wood filler that sands easily. Great for making repairs to wood. Mix roughly one to one with your resin blend for a thicker consistency.  You can use more or less as desired to create your own grout or fairing compound.

pecan flour dry rot repair

$16.00 per 1/2 gallon pail

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$58.00 per 5 gal pail

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Application Syringe

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60CC Luer Lock Syringe with 14 gauge tapered plastic needle

epoxy syringe

$2.75

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Dry Rot Repair FAQ's

Is the 300/21 product considered a penetrating epoxy?
Yes.  The mixed viscosity is 600cps, similar to 30 weight motor oil.  Some people add lacquer thinner to reduce the viscosity. However, most applications perform best with an unadulterated mix.

What is the difference between the 300/21 and 300/11 epoxy?
300/11 is primarily used as an adhesive between structural components.  It is an old school epoxy that is thick, 3000 cps, and is susceptible to blush (only when the humidity is very high) which makes it less desirable for lay-up work.  300/21 is a thin liquid, 600cps, clear non-blushing epoxy that is perfect for laminating, lay-up, and adhesive applications. 

Do I need to remove the existing rotted wood?

Yes.  Remove all the wood that comes off readily.

Does it kill dry rot?
Dry rot is a fungus.  Epoxy has no fungicide qualities, so although it will penetrate the wood and encapsulate the spores, it will not actually kill the fungus.  By encapsulating the wood with epoxy, that part of the wood can no longer rot.  Therefore, a penetrating epoxy may mitigate the conditions that caused dry rot.

How can I replace the missing wood?
Mix the epoxy resin and hardener.  Brush one coat onto the surface to penetrate the wood.  Then, mix pecan shell flour filler into the epoxy to create a paste approximately the consistency of peanut butter – approximately two parts filler to 1 part mixed epoxy.  Apply the epoxy paste in layers to rebuild the missing wood.  Avoid thick layers because the heat buildup may cause the paste to sag!

Can I paint over it?
Easily.  Epoxy cures to a gloss finish, so rough the surface first with a scotch-brite pad for better paint adhesion.

Can I use it on a log cabin?

Certainly.  If it’s new construction, you should consider coating all the wood near the ground with epoxy to help preserve it from dry rot.

I have termite damage on the end of roof eaves, can epoxy stop it?

Epoxy can stop it if it’s minor.  See the question above “How can I replace the missing wood”.  However, if there’s a substantial section of wood missing, the wood has to be replaced.

Can I apply this to wet wood?
No!  Nothing in this epoxy will displace moisture. The moisture in the wood would prevent the epoxy penetrating the wood.  Completely dry the wet wood using sunlight, heaters, or forced air.

Can I drill holes in the wood to allow the forced air to dry more of the wood?
Yes.  But the common mistake is to drill the holes too fast.  Drill the holes slowly so that heat buildup from the friction of the drill bit does not glaze the wood which would inhibit both the release of water and the absorption of epoxy.

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