Gianluca
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Advice on fixing cam bolt hole
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Fill the hole with epoxy (added with some thickener like fine sawdust) and then drill a new hole.

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How do I fill teak
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If the chunks are small, you can try to fill with some epoxy mixed with sawdust while if the chunks are big or affect a decent portion of a strip of teak, probably the only real solution is to replace ...

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Jigsaw bevel cut jig
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Given that the jigsaw does not seems to be the best tool to make what you want (the circular saw is far better), I think that the image you show is one of the better way to do it. The only think I ...

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Embedding/Inlaying a gem into wood
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I am not an experienced woodworker, but I can offer a couple of suggestions. First of all, if you think that the gem will look darker, you can try to have a light background in the hole (sometimes ...

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How to cover the top and bottom of a piece with a self-leveling epoxy resin?
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The only way I can see to do it is to thicken the epoxy with something like colloidal thickening silica, but every thikener shoul work reasonabily well, until it is thick as a filler and then apply ...

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Black spots and streaks on new (painted) cedar siding
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To me it looks like mildew, even if only at the beginning. If true, you should give a good sanding to the wood and then you should use some anti-mustiness product and then reapply the primer and the ...

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refinishing soft pine floors
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I would begin with a good sanding to eliminate all the defects. After that, you can spread a couple of layers of epoxy resin, there are some of them that are specific for this use. As finish touch, an ...

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How can I fix this wobbly desk
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In the drawing there is already a back panel. I see two options: use another one on the down side of the side panels (but this can annoy when you use the bench) you can try to use a bigger back ...

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Can uncut wood be treated for a pergola?
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Obviously yes. The only thing you must do before treating it is to clear it from eventual dirt, detach the parts that are already almost detached and stabilize breaks, if present, filling them with ...

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