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How to Mix PC-WOODY®

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How to mix PC-WOODY®

On a flat surface such as stiff cardboard, plywood, or paneling measure PC-WOODY® 1 volume part A and 1 volume part B (see How to measure PC-WOODY®).

Don’t mix in a cup or container:

  • It is easier to visually measure equal volumes of part A and B on a flat surface.
  • Mixing in a container can make PC-WOODY® get hot. Spread it out over a flat area to dissipate the heat better. Heat reduces the working time.
  • Mixing on a flat surface ensures 100% fully mixed part A and B. Containers are more difficult to completely mix. It is likely that there will remain unmixed or partially mixed A or B at its bottom along the edge.
  • Mechanical mixing with a drill in a container adds energy to the mix raising the temperature and reducing the worktime.

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Spread part A and B together
  • Mix PC-WOODY® part A and B with a plastic or steel 1-1/4” and 1-1/2” wide stiff putty knife with a flat edge.
  • Spread A and B together over the flat surface using swirling and back and forth motions.

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Lift mix off surface and repeat
  • Lift part A and B off the surface using the flat edge of the putty knife to completely remove A and B from the flat mix board. Once again spread and lift from the surface. Repeat until fully mixed.

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Spread and lift until completely mixed
  • Fully mixed PC-WOODY® has a light brown or tan appearance without any streaks of white or brown. Spread the mix on the mix board to a thickness of about 1/4 to 1/2 inch.
  • A small quantity takes about 1 minute to mix. A larger quantity may take up to 2 minutes.
  • Use denatured alcohol, rubbing alcohol, acetone or lacquer thinner to clean putty knife and mix board (plywood or panel).
  • For application tips see: How to apply PC-WOODY®