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Old 05-26-2017, 02:42 PM
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Default Re: Interior Door Rehab

Originally Posted by TahoeTwoBears View Post
Thanks. I'm guessing this is the right stuff?
Yes, but you'll need either their liquid epoxy or someone else's to really sink into the wood fibers and provide a tacky base that helps the putty stay put for years once it's applied.
In my case, I didn't even need to drill small holes to get the epoxy into the wood since it was split open from age. Just had to create a dam of sorts with Blue painters Tape to keep the liquid from running all over the place until it had time to soak into the wood....
Viscosity is still thin enough that it finds all the tiny exits on its own anyway...
But once you're past the messy stage, the putty applies easily and sands up easily too once dry.
Very low odor level too....
Some t-shirts, a hat, some free pencils,....... way, way, too many tools,...... 1 TOOLIE, (thanks RWeber!)but mostly, a satisfied customer
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