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nail removal and "Rot FIx" #7476 02/28/02 11:36 PM
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I recently acquired a huge pile of vintage timbers..mostly oaks and chestnut. Some are full of old ,brittle, rusty nails. I am using a metal detector and slightly filed wire cutters to remove them but this method is PAINSTAKING!! and i still sometimes can,t get all the metal out. Does anyone know an easier way..Also has anyone used the system three "rot fix" and putty..How does it work and look? I have some slight damage in some spots..Thanks for any input any of you can give.

Nicola DiCio

Re: nail removal and "Rot FIx" #7477 03/01/02 02:55 PM
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We use a very good epoxy by Advanced Repair Technology for timber repair. It is very stong and has the same properities as wood as far as movement is concerned. Contact John Stahl @607.264.9040.

Re: nail removal and "Rot FIx" [Re: Anonymous] #20676 07/17/09 01:47 PM
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