The solarioum is one of TWO rooms that I consider ‘done’ in this house.
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So when our boy Reuben took it upon himself to chew on the woodwork in this room, I was beyond upset!
In his defense, we closed him into that room while we had company with little kids that are scared of giant dogs. He wasn’t in there for more that 10 minutes when we heard him faintly crunching away at the trim.
I thought about just repainting these spots so at least it wasn’t so obvious. But then I realized that my friends at Mohawk have a product JUST FOR this type of situation. And it’s magical.
This Epoxy Putty Stick comes in a bunch of different colors in case you’re wanting to match it to a wood tone. But they also have white, which is what we chose since we’re planning to paint over it when we’re done.
Simply slice off an amount of putty that seem about right for your project. You can always cut off more if you need to. It’s important to cut it with a sharp knife so it won’t prematurely activate the two components of epoxy.
Kneed your putty together until the two colors are mixed together completely, with no marbling. Then you’re ready to apply it! Just press it into the imperfection, and form it the best you can. If it’s a flat surface, use a putty knife or credit card to scrape it and get excess off. You have about 10 minutes before it dries, so no rush!
Finally, you’re ready to sand and paint!
This Epoxy Putty makes permanent repairs, is paintable, and doesn’t shrink over time.
I’m in SHOCK of how you can’t even see where all the holes and scratches were. It’s as if ‘the incident’ never happened!
And another angle:
Impressive, right? And now I’m eyeing all the imperfections ALL OVER MY HOUSE that I can totally fix quickly and easily in ‘all my spare time’. LOL! I crack myself up!.
My solarium is back to being good as new… or good as 1932 I should say. 🙂 And Reuben is out of the doghouse.