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I got some of this, at the recommendation of the hardware store paint guy.
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Al, be very careful with this stuff. Be sure to wash your hands before you go to the bathroom:

"...made up of solvents that carry resin deep into the pores where they evaporate and leave behind hardened resin resulting in hardened wood."

You know the drill - if the situation lasts more than 4 hours, consult a carpenter.
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I got some of this, at the recommendation of the hardware store paint guy.
I used this stuff on a rotted window sill. It worked pretty well to stiffen the wood, but I don't think its intent is to kill mold.
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Al, be very careful with this stuff. Be sure to wash your hands before you go to the bathroom:

"...made up of solvents that carry resin deep into the pores where they evaporate and leave behind hardened resin resulting in hardened wood."

You know the drill - if the situation lasts more than 4 hours, consult a carpenter.

This may be the product I need to boost my Ebay sales . How long does it harden wood for and does it work on old wood ?
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I have fixed some rot in RV floors. Used old style Green antifreeze to kill mold etc first. After a few days of drying use your favorite epoxy type stuff to stabilize rotted wood. YMMV.
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This may be the product I need to boost my Ebay sales . How long does it harden wood for and does it work on old wood ?
Please, no before/after photos...
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