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Two Part Epoxy and Repair of Structural Wood

Does any one have any experience with repairing structural wood with 2-part epoxies? I'm not referring to simply patching surface areas wit…

Started by John Poole

11 Oct 14, 2016
Reply by Patrick Michael Hayes

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