Rotted wood filler

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Old 04-11-01, 01:41 PM
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Have several railroad ties that have holes and the
surrounding wood has softened. I'm trying to find
some type of substance to pour into the holes that
will then harden. I thought of roofing tar but
the hardware store person said it would remain
sticky which wouldn't be good when walked on. Do
you know of anything I could use?
 
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Old 04-11-01, 04:18 PM
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If you want to take a little time to remove the softened wood completely, Bondo (the automotive patch) will work well, and costs less than $20.00 a gallon.
 
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Old 04-13-01, 04:02 AM
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JBA,
If you don't mind the grey color, use concrete or mortar, 2.50 for a 60# bag. You can also get a color to mix in.
 
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