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  1. Surface Preparation and Application
    Hello all, I have a job where a woodpecker went to town on cedar siding. I am using CWF and the customer wants the holes filled so I did so on one side....it looks BAD, really bad so I stopped and let them know that we need to do something. I was told by my supplier that I can only use solid...
  2. Tools, Supplies and Equipment
    Just wanted to let everyone know of a great product for filling naturally finished wood,that is stained or non opaque finishes. This is an epoxy stick that comes in a variety of colors and is easily mixed. All you do is cut off a slice from the stick and mix it in between your fingers (wear...
  3. General Painting Discussion
    I am stripping the exterior of my house down to the bare wood, fixing it up with Bondo, and then priming it with oil primer. My problem is that I always notice a few blemishes (dime sized gauges, chips and nicks) after it has been primed. I called the manufacturer of Bondo and they said not to...
  4. Surface Preparation and Application
    Can someone recommend a good exterior sandable filler for small holes and cracks that also keeps some flexibility for expansion and contraction over time. The job is painting a 1916 wood exterior of old heart pine that is weathered and dried out. We are applying linseed oil after sanding to...
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