SculpWood Paste is a two-component, spreadable, waterproof paste for filling cracks and defects in rot-damaged wood. It spreads easily; won't sag, drag or pull. An excellent companion for SculpWood Putty where filling cracks is needed.
SculpWood Paste is a creamy smooth, two-part finishing paste compound. SculpWood Paste is non-shrinking and will not crack like most exterior fillers. It’s an excellent companion for SculpWood Putty where filling cracks and small defects is needed.
SculpWood Paste can also be used as a standalone product for exterior architectural repairs such as filling cracks, dings, or nail and screw holes. When cured, it sands like wood and machines easily. SculpWood Paste is compatible with most water/solvent-based primers and paints.
• Low odor
• Two color system ensures complete mixing
• Solvent Free
• Easy 1:1 mix ratio
Working Time @ 70°F (21°C):
Mix Ratio by Volume: 1:1
Mix Ratio By Weight: 1:1
Time to Sand
Time To Sand @ 70°F (21°C):
What is the EndRot System?
The EndRot System is a group of products developed for use in the repair of architectural wood components that have been damaged by rot fungus, insects, extreme weathering and abuse. Each product in the EndRot System can be used separately. When used together they are a complete and permanent solution for repairing damaged wood. When repaired with the EndRot System, wood is as good as new, ready to prime and paint.
Apply RotFix penetrating epoxy within 5-10 minutes of mixing in order to seal the wood.
Brush a generous coat of RotFix over the affected area. Some wood substrates are very porous and will absorb the RotFix rapidly. A second coat may be necessary. More epoxy can be applied over wet or tacky RotFix.
We developed The EndRot Kit as an easy way to purchase everything needed to perform a typical small repair all in one box. The kit includes: Borate Powder, RotFix, SculpWood Putty, and SculpWood Paste. Use the kit to restore window and door casings, porch posts, balusters etc.
If the Sculpwood Putty has cured to a hard state, you can apply more SculpWood Putty. First, apply RotFix Epoxy to the SculpWood Putty. Allow the RotFix to reach a tacky state, then apply SculpWood Putty over the RotFix.
If working with SculpWood Paste, simply sand and apply more SculpWood Paste.
The resin content of the products is high enough to effectively have them function somewhat as sealers, and the stain will not penetrate the same way it will into bare wood.
Some suggested work arounds:
- If a dark stain is being used, coarsely sanding the SculpWood in the same direction as the grain of the wood before staining can produce a reasonably close match.
- Our Quick Cure Putty is available in 6 standard wood species colors.
- Mix dry pigments or our Epoxy Pigment Concentrates into the paste or putty. This can approximate the color of the stained wood around it.
Yes, first drill a slightly undersized pilot hole for best results.