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Cactus Juice Stabilizing Resin

Cactus Juice Stabilizing Resin

Product Specs

  • Cactus Juice is shipped unactivated with the activator in a separate bottle.
  • Activating is simple, just open the small bottle and dump the contents into the 1/2 or 1 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.
  • YOU MUST ACTIVATE THE ENTIRE BOTTLE! We do not recommend trying to activate portions of the bottle since it is difficult to properly proportion the semi paste activator.
  • Activated Cactus Juice has a shelf life of 8-12 months.


  • 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.
  • Cactus Juice is not toxic or flammable and is NOT solvent based and as a result, 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!
  • **Shipping only to USA lower 48**
Regular price $55.99 USD
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Elevate your woodworking game with Cactus Juice Stabilizing Resin. This premium, professional grade resin is heat cured and perfect for stabilizing and hardening wood and other porous materials.

*due to size and weight some items do not qualify for free shipping*

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Cactus Juice & Stabilizing

Stabilizing wood allows you to use otherwise unusable wood. Curtis the maker of Cactus Juice and leader in the industry for stabilizing chambers: "Otherwise commonly referred to as hybrid blanks, is the technique of casting wood and resin combinations to form a unique, hybrid blank. This technique was originally created by me in 2006 and shared with the woodturning community through an article I wrote entitled "Worthless Wood - Salvaging Otherwise Worthless Wood with Pressure Casting". This technique has been used by thousands of craftspeople around the world since that original article."