Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: central WA state
Wood fill product help!
We live in forestland and have milled a lot of our own Doug fir and Ponderosa pine timber for countertops, stairs, etc., which I love. Unfortunately, the front of one of the counter edges obviously had some dry rot which we did not perceive until a couple of years after installation. See photos. Having "dug" back to solid wood, what would you recommend for reconstructing/filling the edge? Would I need to drill in anchors as well (as in concrete) to help hold it? I can fill and sculpt by hand as the edge is somewhat ondulating (natural front vertical edge where bark was removed). What product would you recommend for strong fill? A friend did the construction; I do all the finishing. Countertop has Minwax oil-based polyurethane, but I am ready to refinish it all anyway! Any suggestions would be much appreciated! Happy New Year!
P. S. I created an album for the photos. Learning curve!
Last edited by OutintheToolies; 01-04-2015 at 01:11 PM.
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