GrahamF":3m8isnee said:What's the application? I've found warming the wood and using standard epoxy with slow hardener works well. There are some very contradictory reports (mostly bad) about so-called penetrating epoxies.
This is the best scenario - however if this is beyond your skill level or the rot is a small concealable patch - rather than running right through it - you could use "wet rot wood hardener" - which is a .. *cough*.. penetrating epoxy that will harden up "spongy" wood, sufficiently for most tasks.Suffolkboy":39pf5fpe said:cut the rot out fully and glue in a piece of oak to replace. Fit the repair somewhere where it is hidden. Or use another piece of oak.
I've used CA - the really runny kind - for small areas of soft wood and it works a treat, it depends on the size of the area the OP is asking about.phil.p":r23dg5hr said:Wood hardeners are one part and I would have thought, a CA.