Old deck restoration

Alexey · Jun 19, 2021, 12:45

Could someone advise what would be the most efficient way to restore dried out wool on deck floor and handrails? do I need to use liquid wood if it is not rotten? Dried cracks are big on all surfaces.
Links for videos would be appreciated too

Thank you

Tommy Pilon · Technical Support · Jun 21, 2021, 04:37

Hi Alexey,

We replied to your email, but we'll put this here as well : We suggest watching the videos from Albatron regarding their two products (LiquidWood and WoodEpox). The two products have different purposes: LiquidWood will penetrate deeply inside rotten/dried out and cracked wood deeply to strengthen it from inside. WoodEpox is a wood filler to fill big cracks and repaired damaged wood on the outside, so you can obtain an even surface and restore missing parts from wood surfaces that have been damaged. Most of the time these products are used in combination, and are sold in a kit.

If you think the wood on your deck is not rotten and the cracks are not too deep, WoodEpox could be used alone. But if the cracks are deep and you want to make sure that your wood remains at full strength, using both products in combination will provide the best results no doubt.

You can view the videos on the product page, just below the product picture. Here's the link to the two most important videos in case you cannot see them from our website:

  1. Wood Restoration Kit Presentation video

  2. How to repair wood rot and water damage.

We hope this helps! Let us know how it goes! :)

Alexey · Jun 23, 2021, 21:58

Thank you very much! Great videos and seems to be a great product!

Tommy Pilon · Technical Support · Jun 24, 2021, 02:26 · Last edit: Jun 24, 2021, 02:48

Glad we could help! Good luck with restoring your deck! :)

          

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