Treating Mold on Wood

By |2017-04-25T02:59:24-06:00March 21st, 2014|Blog, Wood Treatment|

Tips for Treating Mold on Wood Occasionally, your wood may contract mold during the drying process or from being stored prior to stabilizing - especially when the humidity level is high in your area. This lodge pole pine cookie was wrapped in plastic a little too long prior to treating with Pentacryl and became moldy. [...]

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Q&A: Pentacryl and Polyurethane

By |2014-02-28T13:09:45-06:00February 28th, 2014|Blog, Wood Treatment|

Q&A: Pentacryl and Polyurethane Question: I have a piece of wood which I turned green, then treated with Pentacryl. I then let it air dry about 4 weeks, and then resanded it, and applied a coat of polyurethane. It has been three days, and the coat of coating is still not dry, even after putting  it [...]

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A customer tests Pentacryl Wood Stabilizer (video)

By |2017-04-25T02:59:25-06:00January 15th, 2014|Blog, Testimonials, Videos, Wood Products, Wood Treatment|

Ron Calverley posted this short video about Pentacryl Wood Stabilizer. "Treating green wood with "Pentacryl Wood Stabilizer" to prevent cracking. It really works!"

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What is the difference between Pentacryl and Wood Juice and how do I know which one to use?

By |2017-04-25T02:59:25-06:00August 22nd, 2013|Blog, Wood Treatment|

When working with and drying green wood, you will realize that there are different stages of wetness.  Pentacryl and Wood Juice are both wood stabilizers.  However, Pentacryl is formulated to treat wood that has a high moisture content (fresh cut), generally above 25%. Do not be fooled by large pieces of wood, trees or logs [...]

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