Hi all. I'm trying to figure out the quickest and cheapest way to renovate the long rails on a second-hand pine bed frame I bought during the lock down. This is just for my own personal use at home, to raise my mattress off the floor. I don't have access to a workshop, so this needs to be a quick and easy repair job. My plan is to pump some brown stixall Stixall Extreme Power | Trade Sealants & Adhesives | Everbuild into the dowel hole, and then put a large Jubilee hose clamp around the end of the rail to hold it together securely. Does this sound a reasonable option to fix it, or is there something else I can do that's better without being too expensive? This is the worst end - but while I'm doing this I might as well do all four ends to make sure my bed is solid enough to sleep on.