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Epoxy is the perfect material to make permanent repairs of rotting window sills, door jambs and exterior molding that are difficult to remove and expensive to replace. Epoxy is easy to handle too. You mix it like cookie dough, mold it like modeling clay and, when it hardens, you carve and sand it just like wood. It sticks like crazy and is formulated to flex and move with the wood, so it won't crack and fall out like some wood fillers.

How to Use Epoxy on Wood for Repairs

Epoxy is the perfect material to make permanent repairs of rotting window sills, door jambs and exterior molding that are difficult to remove and expensive to replace. Epoxy is easy to handle too. You mix it like cookie dough, mold it like modeling clay and, when it hardens, you carve and sand it just like wood. It sticks like crazy and is formulated to flex and move with the wood, so it won't crack and fall out like some wood fillers.

How to Plane Rough Lumber. Learn the basics of flattening rough-sawn wood. Expand your woodworking skills and get access to a wide range of domestic and imported wood for your furniture projects by learning to flatten and plane rough-sawn lumber.

How to Plane Rough Lumber

How to Plane Rough Lumber. Learn the basics of flattening rough-sawn wood. Expand your woodworking skills and get access to a wide range of domestic and imported wood for your furniture projects by learning to flatten and plane rough-sawn lumber.

Repair metal door dents...instructions on how to make it look new again -  simple three-step repair.

Patch Dents in a Metal Door

Repair metal door dents...instructions on how to make it look new again - simple three-step repair.

Vintage Gardening Hoe Farmhouse Chic Rustic by OneDecember

Vintage Gardening Hoe - Farmhouse Chic - Rustic, Primitive, Country, Barn, Farm Tool - Spring Garden Home Decor

Use 3/4 cup of oil & 1/4 cup vinegar to restore wood on old furniture without having to strip the pieces. Hmmm. I'll have to try this.

Use 3/4 cup of oil & 1/4 cup vinegar to restore wood on old furniture without having to strip the pieces. Hmmm. I'll have to try this.

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