Step 3: on the exposed wood

Brush epoxy primer on the exposed wood
Photo: Brian Wilder
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A two-part epoxy primer brushed on the exposed wood ensures that the final repair will bond to the surface. After waiting about 15 minutes for the thin liquid to penetrate, Stahl wipes off the excess with a paper towel. The surface is now ready for a coat of the two-part epoxy filler.
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