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5 Surprising Uses for Epoxy Resin Wood Filler

Epoxy resin wood filler is a versatile material that is primarily used to repair and restore damaged or rotting wood. However, its uses go beyond just filling cracks and gaps in wood. In this blog post, we will explore five creative uses of epoxy resin wood filler that you may have never thought of.


1. Recreating Texture: We all know you can use epoxy wood filler to repair damaged wood, but did you know you can also recreate any type of texture in the resin? Before the resin has fully cured, you can engrave / carve texture into it to match the surrounding wood surface area. For example, recreating wood knots in planks of wood!


2. Filling Gaps in Hardwood Floors: Epoxy resin wood filler can be used to fill in gaps and holes in hardwood floors. This is a very handy use of epoxy wood filler, and is definitely a cheaper alternative to replacing the floor!


3. Restoring Vintage Furniture: It can also be used to restore vintage furniture pieces. By filling in cracks and gaps with epoxy resin, you can restore the original look of the furniture piece, whilst also adding strength and durability.


4. Fixing Damaged Ceramic: Epoxy resin wood filler can also be used to repair ceramic items, such as pottery and porcelain. It can be used to fill in chips and cracks, and can also be used to glue broken pieces back together!


5. Repairing Masonry and Cast Iron: Although epoxy resin is most known for repairing timber, it also works on other substrates such as stone and cast iron. It can be valuable in repairing statues that are exposed to the natural elements, with the epoxy resin adding durability and support.


In conclusion, epoxy resin wood filler is a versatile material that can be used in a variety of creative ways beyond just repairing a rotten window sill. Tag us on social media, to show us what you use our Rebuild epoxy resins for!

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