Door Frame Rot Repair - No cutting

Blog entry by Sailor posted 07-25-2012 01:11 PM 4503 reads 1 time favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch

My soon to be father-in-law mentioned to me that his door frame was rotting. He asked me if I thought it was fixable or if he should just go and buy a new door. I told him that it’s definitely fixable and saved him the cost of the new door! All it cost was the $18 for the epoxy putty.

Here is a video of how I did it.


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Thanks for watching!

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posted 07-27-2012 04:19 AM

Sailor. Very helpful. As a matter of fact, If gave me an idea to patch a penny sized hole in a door. I stuffed the hole with epoxy putty. A few minutes later, I shaved the little excess off with a razor. When it dried, I added a little wood filler for the indentations. Sanded, primed, painted – the hole was never there. Thanks for the inspiration!

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