Specified by the US Government, national restoration centers, museums, architects and other professionals, LiquidWood and WoodEpox represent the greatest advance ever in wood restoration history. They give new life to rotted, severely damaged windows, columns, frames, structural and decorative wood components. LiquidWood consolidant reinforces, rebuilds and waterproofs wood by hardening after penetrating. When dry, it can be painted or glued. After the LiquidWood has been applied, the surface is ready for WoodEpox. WoodEpox, a versatile, high strength, noshrink structural putty that is used to fill cracks, holes or voids of any size or can be used to replace missing parts of window sills, structural components, etc. After an item has been treated with this 2 part restoration system, it can be sawed, nailed, planed and machined just like wood.