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Homemade Cleaners

How to remove scratches from wood. I'll have to try that. ^_^ More

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from Hometalk

Naturally Repair Wood With Vinegar and Canola Oil

Naturally Repair Wood With Vinegar and Canola Oil. So, for a super cheap, use 3/4 cup of oil, add 1/4 cup vinegar. white or apple cider vinegar, mix it in a jar, then rub it into the wood. You don’t need to wipe it off; the wood just soaks it in.

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from The Family Handyman

How to Repair Rotted Wood

Use a polyester filler to rebuild rotted or damaged wood. You can mold and shape it to match the original wood profile. It takes paint well and won't rot.

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from Evolution of Style

How to Fix a Damaged Piece of Furniture

How to Fix a Damaged Piece of Furniture - Evolution of Style

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Repair Wood Furniture Using Bondo Filler. Today we are going to show you how to make wood repairs using bondo filler. The bondo repair is a great and long lasting solution to damaged wood. Bondo can be used to repair cracks, chips, dents and rot.

from The Family Handyman

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.

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from Apartment Therapy

Wood Epoxy Fixes Around the House — How To

Wood Epoxy Fixes Around the House How To repair dog chewed wood

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from Hometalk

Naturally Repair Wood With Vinegar and Canola Oil

Naturally Repair Wood With Vinegar and Canola Oil. ~ Use 3/4 cup of oil, add 1/4 cup vinegar. white or apple cider vinegar, mix it in a jar, then rub it into the wood. You don’t need to wipe it off; the wood just soaks it in.

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For you folks who buy old furniture then paint it…..you really must try this stuff….only a couple of bucks for a 16 oz. can. You mix it (powder) with water to the consistency that you need for your repair. I made mine a little thicker, stuck a few brads, with heads on them, in to the leg (for grip), then molded the leg. I use it instead of wood putty for smaller jobs. It sands beautifully and lasts forever, as you only mix what you need for each job.

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from This Old House

How to Fix Rotted Wood with Epoxy

TOH general contractor Tom Silva shows how to fix rotted wood with epoxy. | thisoldhouse.com

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