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Old 15th August 2011, 10:33 PM   #1
Ken
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Default Wood Ding Repair

I have a F160 and have read about the various ways to repair a board, but here is the issue:

The ding (less than 1 cm on the deck) was apparently caused by a knot in the uphaul or?

The ding is no more than 3mm deep.

I tested the ding with soapy water & it bubbles when the board is hot with the plug closed.

Is there a way to seal this up without going through the "layer of fiberglass" routine or "a glob of ding stick".

A lump of clear epoxy possibly?

Cut out the damaged wood and fill with epoxy (1.5 cm diameter)? The area is so small, I hate to over do it.

Thanks for any advice.
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