VinylDoc sells our patented repair and restoration products to many of the major vinyl window manufacturers in the United States and Canada.
If you are a purchasing agent interested in buying VinylDoc products in bulk for your company, please contact us.
VinylDoc has trained technicians in the Portland, OR metro area who are available to repair your window frames on-site. Our experienced technicians have done over 12,000 repairs. If you would like one of our technicians to come out and repair your vinyl window frame, contact us directly.
VinylDoc custom color matches our 'Liquid PVC' to any vinyl window frame color.
Be sure to look at the Color Chart before ordering. If we don't have a color that matches your frame on the chart, please contact us.
Important Shipping Notes:
*UPS does not ship to PO Boxes. PayPal orders will need a physical addresses to be shipped.
*Orders outside of the USA or Canada need to be placed via telephone. 1-503-249-0737
VinylDoc's patented 'Liquid PVC' is a chemical weld that that cross-link's with hard PVC to create a strong bond necessary for reconstruction of window frames. It is formulated so that when it cures, it offers the flexibility, impact resistance, and has light-fast qualities that rival the original vinyl window frames. The 'Liquid PVC' has been rigorously tested to withstand a number of common occurrences connected to regular use of the window and the effects of varying temperatures.
Sealing small surface cracks or seams:
With a knife or tool, spread the crack apart. Make sure the crack is clean and dry. Force a bead of 'Liquid PVC' into the crack to make sure that you get a solid weld. If you cannot get 'Liquid PVC' into the crack you must put several layers over the crack for strength. 'Liquid PVC' requires a cure time of 24
hours, at which point it can be finished. If 'Liquid PVC' got deep into the crack, you can shave off the bead with a single edged razor blade then sand and polish up the area. Caution: Severely cracked or broken window frames can cause leaks. Trained technicians should examine and fix windows where you suspect water infiltration. If unsure, be safe and contact us.