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ACRYLIC LIDS/CHAMBERS are not suitable for stabilization. We highly recomend using a better material. Contact us if you need recomendations or wish to discuss what to expect.
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SOS-726 is a heat cure stabilization resin for impregnating wood and other porous materials. Soap and water cleanup - safe to clean your chamber and containers in your kitchen sink. Eco friendly non-toxic Hardens soft and punky wood Protects wood from movement due to water and changes in humidity. Works great with all the same dye you've been using for stabilized/dyed wood. Use of more than 1oz/gal of Alumilite dye is not recommended. Too much will not improve your results and could over activate your resin. Use of aniline dye may affect cure times. It may be necessary to cure at 220F and may take a bit longer than usual. Stabilization is a process. Resin is just one part of the process. If your results are not as desired, get in touch with us. There may be other issues or ways to improve your results.

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  • 5
    Stabilizing resin

    Posted by James Jordan on May 26th 2021

    Works like a champ that's great penetration on wood and all around better quality than other residents

  • 5
    Sos resin

    Posted by Dan Mariner on Nov 30th 2020

    These are hands down the best resins I have ever used

  • 5
    SOS 726

    Posted by Michael Key on Oct 6th 2020

    This stuff works great for stabilizing wood. I’d recommend it to everyone.

  • 5

    Posted by Wesley roy on Jun 16th 2020

    Good product,very good people and fast shipping.

  • 5
    Awesome product

    Posted by wesley roy on May 27th 2020

    Fast shipping and awesome Communication

  • 5

    Posted by Chris on Sep 30th 2019

    Works. I do wish it was thinner. Maybe I could thin it with acetone. I am trying to stabilize some fairly hard wood. I will buy more for softer wood projects. This was the cheapest option for this type of stabilizing material.

  • 5
    Stabilizing resin

    Posted by Chris on Sep 6th 2019

    Excellent product and even better support from ShedLife. Bit that it’s needed but Ken has been extremely helpful to me as a beginner in stabilizing woods. Friendly, helpful and available. Deal with confidence

  • 4
    SOS-726 Resin

    Posted by Kevin Sjostrand on Aug 27th 2019

    I have used this resin with very good results. I have used another brand of resin that works well also, but this one seems to bleed out less when curing my blanks in the toaster oven. It is also a little less expensive then the other resins that are available. I recommend using this resin.