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This is from youtube. A simple solution to an age old problem.

YouTube - 113 - Fixing a Knot

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Ken, good link, excuse my ignorance but what exactly is epoxy as a trade name....Areldite?...two pack? Regards.....AL
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Interesting. Certainly a food for thought. It would have been useful to see the finished product and how it was affected by the epoxy.
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Hi Ken

Good tip, I have been using fiber glass resin for years to fix knot holes and cracks in wood. about 15.oo bucks in the auto parts store outlets.

Lately I been using it to make knobs with pop bottle caps and plastic caps, the one I like best is the Nitrous plastic caps ..

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Interesting. Certainly a food for thought. It would have been useful to see the finished product and how it was affected by the epoxy.
It worked pretty well for Sam Maloof, and at continues to for at least one more person...
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Thanks Ken. Nice link.




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