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Sculpwood Putty

SculpWood Putty is a two-component, solvent-free, kneadable epoxy. It is moldable, carvable, lightweight, strong, and exhibits excellent adhesion to a variety of substrates. It is easily sanded and will accept paint, screws and nails.


Sculpwood Putty

SculpWood Putty is a one of four components making up the EndRot system. It’s a nonshrinking, two-part epoxy putty compound ideal for filling voids often associated with rot repair applications. When cured, it sands like wood and machines easily. It has tenacious adhesion to wood substrates when paired with System Three RotFix epoxy. SculpWood Putty is compatible with most water/solvent-based primers and paints.


• Machines easily

• Non-shrinking

• Low odor

• Once cured, will hold nails and screws

• Solvent Free

• Easy 1:1 mix ratio


What is the EndRot System?

The EndRot System Products

The Process

Introducing SculpWood Max Putty

EndRot In Action

The EndRot System FAQ

SculpWood Putty can be applied over the RotFix immediately, or up to 72 hours later without sanding. A wet-on-wet application of the SculpWood to the RotFix is encouraged to obtain a strong bond. There is, however, no detriment to applying the SculpWood later in time. If the RotFix has cured longer than 72 hours, degloss the surface with sandpaper or a soft, flexible abrasive pad. Apply fresh RotFix, followed by the SculpWood putty.

SculpWood Putty is designed to work with RotFix penetrating epoxy. The putty sticks readily to the RotFix primed surface. This combination of products provides a permanent bond with the wood substrate. However, in some instances, RotFix may not be available and the SculpWood Putty will need to be used as a standalone product.

The putty will have difficulty sticking to smooth bare wood surfaces. An effective way to get the putty to stick is to take a small amount of the mixed SculpWood and scrub/work it into the wood substrate, thus priming the surface. Once this is done, press the remaining putty onto the (SculpWood) primed surface.

Yes, first drill a slightly undersized pilot hole for best results.