Cactus Juice CJ64 - 1.89 L

Code: CJ64

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Cactus Juice

Cactus Juice Stabilizing Resin is a premium professional grade heat cured resin for stabilizing and hardening wood and other porous material.  It is especially effective on those beautiful, punky, spalted woods that are just too soft to work with!  Cactus Juice is easy to use and does not significantly change the color of most woods.  It is NOT solvent based and cures 99.99% from liquid to solid by weight, far superior to typical home stabilizing solutions such as Minwax Wood Hardener or polyurethane.  Stop throwing away those punky blanks and give Cactus Juice a try!

Please note: 

All gallon and half gallons are shipped unactivated with the activator in a separate bottle. You will need to catalyze your Cactus Juice before use. Activating is simple, just open the small bottle and dump the contents into the 1/2 gallon bottle. Replace the cap and shake well. If some of the activator particles do not dissolve, allow it to sit over night and shake again the next day.

It is highly recommended you activiate the whole bottle. As it can be challenging to properly portion the semi paste activator, activiating portions of cactus juice can be difficult. Please be wary, if you choose to activate portions you may not get the best results. 

Activated Cactus Juice has a shelf life of 6 months at room temperature or longer if kept refriger

Cactus Juice is non-flammable and is not classified as a hazardous chemical.


  • Keep below 85oF (29oc) at all times once activated.
  • Keep out of direct sunlight
  • Exposure to elevated temperature may cause material to harden

Directions for Use Click Here

Stabilizing Test Results - Click Here


Click here for more Cactus Juice Stabilizing Resources

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SKU 73768
Brand TurnTex Woodworks

Cactus juice

By: on 27 February 2016
I have used this product on old wood that is used to grow orchids on I painted then leave it soak in for several days then cook as instructions it's the answer to a project I have had problems with . I have found the perfect way to preserve drift wood.

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