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Ronseal Wet Rot Wood Hardener has been designed to soak into the fibres of rotten wood. Once dry, the special resins harden, strengthening and reinforcing the softened wood, forming a good solid base for filling, as well as sealing against further moisture penetration.
Ensure that wood to be treated is reasonably dry and free from grease, oil, dust and loose particles before application.
Always do a small test area before starting any project and follow the manufacturer's instructions on the tin at all times. If indoors, open doors and windows to provide proper ventilation. Shake the tin thoroughly before opening.
Please Note: Avoid contact with glass, metal, plastic and painted surfaces during the application process. Do not use this product as a surface treatment or primer.
Once Ronseal Wet Rot Wood Hardener has dried fully, the wood surface is ready to be coated with a suitable wood finish.
Have used this a number of times. Avoids removing all rotten wood in places where it would be very difficult and time consuming though a sensible judgement must be made
good stuff, does what it says on the tin!
First class product very easy to use
does what it says on the tin
dose what it says on the tin
I used this on some old rotten windows and frames it worked really well. I would highly recommend this product.
Use straight from the can. Dries very quickly. Works without holding you up .
This is a very good product for reinforcing any wood that looks as if it may be effected by water as it hardens any soft wood that may have been effected so instead of splicing a new piece of wood in this product can save this process.
I have used it various times and each time I am amazed how one can save existing timbers with this magic potion. Just remove the worst wet rot, treat the area, wait for drying, once rock hard fill with proprietary wood filler and finish as you like it to blend in with the rest... Very recommendable, worth every drop!
Excellent product .. use for rotten wood prior to wood fill .. used many times before.
Product does evaporate so only use small volumes at a time
I reach for this as I know it works well and saves a lot of effort.
Not as successful on badly damaged timbers, but excellent on smaller areas of wood damage.
it does the job it is meant to do