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Old 07-31-2012, 01:17 PM   #1
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Anyone used "The End Rot" wood restoration kit to repair rot woods


We need to repair rotted siding and decks. I was introduced with this The End Rot product by store.

I am not professional painter or carpenter and wondering if I can manage this product to repair rotted areas.

Look forward to your reviews and how easy/hard to use this product?

What is your thoughts on this if this really worked for rotted repair and worth my time and money to repair instead of replace them.

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Works fine for a small area but it would be far better to just replace the rotten wood totaly in most cases.
If your talking about the deck boards that you walk on that would be just asking to trouble and possible injury trying to just patch it with anything.

Post some pictures of the damaged areas.

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Anyone used "The End Rot" wood restoration kit to repair rot woods


I use the wood restoration system from Arbatron and especially for difficult shapes and things. It is amazing to work with on architectural millwork but expensive. I certainly would not use it to patch up a piece of 2x6 decking or something.

I agree the answer to your question lies in how much rot you have and why. And is it just rot or is something feasting on your lumber? You should source and fix the cause of the rot before fixing or replacing it with new lumber.
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