About Repair Care Dry Flex 4 Resin Repair Compound
DRY FLEX 4 Epoxy repair compound is the one of the new generation of high performance materials to repair joinery wood, cast iron rainwater and stone building components.
It is suitable for making large resin only and timber, stone repairs. DRY FLEX 4 has high adhesive qualities and holds its shape without slumping or sagging even before it has cured.
It has been approved for making repairs to important and Grade I / Grade II listed buildings.
- Retains as much as possible of original joinery, ideal for sensitive conservation projects.
- Does not require traditional joinery skills.
- Formulated to expand and contract with timber substrates.
- Forms a watertight bond with timber, metal and masonry substrates.
- Ideal for small and large splice repairs.
- Easy to shape and model to reproduce complex architectural forms and mouldings.
- Excellent slump resistance.
- Solvent free and virtually odourless
- 10 year repair guarantee (conditions apply).
Surface Preparation and Application.
Surfaces need to be clean, dry and free from any contamination that may affect the adhesion of the Dry fix Primer.
Rotten timber needs to be cut away to sound fresh woodwork.
Check the moisture content of the surface (maximum 18%).
Ensure that all decayed or excessively soft wood, and weathered, damaged or burnt wood is completely removed until a sound wood substrate is achieved.
Remove any paint coatings from the surfaces to be treated and sand back to bare wood.
On all applications, pre-treat the affected area with DRY FIX 4 removing any excess which has not penetrated into the wood with absorbent paper.
Sand the cured surface before paint is applied.
Practical Recommendations and Useful Hints
Mix the components A and B until the mixture has a homogeneous / even colour.
Spread the mixed DRY FLEX 4 in a thin layer over the mixing plate.
When modelling corners and large repairs, the use of Perspex acrylic strips is very effective.
DRY FLEX can be coloured by adding a very small quantity of concentrated pigment.
Repaired and exposed areas of timber should be painted or stained within one week.