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    Wood sealer/filler



    Is it OK to use wood sealer or putty on bad joints an gaps and then epoxy over them or should I fill gaps with something else??

    Thanks in advance!


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    RE: Wood sealer/filler



    It is ok to use wood fillers as long as they don't react with the epoxy coating.
    I would stay away from water baced wood fillers. I like to use a filler called Plasti bond, it is water proof. Some other fillers like car bog will go soft when in contact with water.

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    RE: Wood sealer/filler

    would be better to use fiber-glass cloth and epoxy, or chop fiber-glass and epoxy.
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