2 Effective ways to repair a torn loop with roots from chipboard

2 Effective ways to repair a torn loop with roots from chipboard

I did it with pva and sawdust – it does not adhere well to the top of the base, it escaped in one piece. I did it with clean epoxy – it crumbles when screwing in the screw. The best option turned out to be epoxy with sawdust.Good. However, it is better to mix epoxy […]

I did it with pva and sawdust – it does not adhere well to the top of the base, it escaped in one piece.

I did it with clean epoxy – it crumbles when screwing in the screw. The best option turned out to be epoxy with sawdust.Good. However, it is better to mix epoxy with sawdust. And putty is better with automotive putty.

And yet, if you warm up the epoxy with a hair dryer, and then the putty, you can meet the repair in a few minutes.

I liked the video, you can take it as a basis with modifications in the comments: a mixture of resin with sawdust and additional holes, great.

Very sensible advice. And most importantly, everything is simple, at hand and inexpensive. you need to tear off the adhesive tape immediately after painting until the paint has dried, then the steps will not be visible at all, even when torn off, it sometimes comes off with the edge of the paint.

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