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Old 04-16-2016, 06:36 PM   #3
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Sounds good if you can get the two surfaces clean and dry. Most epoxies have no UV inhibitors, so maybe think about painting the glue joint with something close to the wood tone to protect the glue.



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Originally Posted by waterfront View Post
I have a scarf joint that has separated on my caprail. My thoughts are to clean out the material in the joint, refasten , and then fill with epoxy. After it sets up, sand and fair the area and then refinish. Are my thoughts correct or is there another method to make this repair?
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