Filling a cavity.

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  1. Aug 15, 2019 #1

    PalmRoyale

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    I have a very nice awaseto that I want to glue to an Iroko base but before I do that I want to fill the cavity on the bottom so water doesn't collect in it. What would you recommend for this?

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    CoteRotie

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    PalmRoyale

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    I decided to fill the cavity with Sikaflex 290 DC, this is what we use for Teak deck seams. When I reach the cavity in a couple of years I can very easily remove some of the caulk with a knife and keep on sharpening.
     
  4. Aug 20, 2019 #4

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