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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.

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.

How to repair dry rot damage in a sill or frame and avoid having to replace the entire window.

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.

Seal cracks in concrete with durable urethane caulk. It'll keep water out and protect your foundation and walks from further cracking and eroding. You can do it in less than a half hour.

Check out how I easily repaired the rotten wood on the frame of my back door.

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Learn how to repair rotted wood with epoxy. This technique will help you repair items that can be difficult to replace such as windowsills and moldings.

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

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

Wax paper wood transfer. YES! Print on wax paper and then transfer it directly to wood. Who knew?!

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Tip 10: Paint Doesn't Stick to Rotten Siding If paint is peeling and you've failed to maintain it over the years, check and see whether there's rot in the wood. If there is, use a wood petrifier; scrape away the bad wood and pour in the petrifier, it will make the wood extremely hard. Then fill the rotted gaps with proxy adhesive or resin.

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