Last night I had an idea. My toe rail is teak
and has started to check and spilt along the outside edge. This is mostly cosmectic. It needs to be refinished and the sun has played hell on it.
Has anyone ever epoxied a .25" strip of new wood onto their toe rail then sanded to shape and finished with the finish of their choice. I'm thinking of trying this. Raplacement is out of the budget
right now. I would do it with 6' strips and verticel scarf joints. Use alot of spring and bar clamps to hold it in place. Build it up as you go along.
I would think that epoxy
is the way to go. 5200 would take too long to set up. Once the epoxy
has cured, sand a nice round over on the top and finish. From another thread, you know that I am now a cetol guy.
Am I crazy to think this could be a nice 5 to 10 year solution or should I just pick the crack pipe back up.
Your opinions please.