Epoxy wood floor knot holes part 2

I wanted you to see some of the fun trinkets we put in our floor. We used epoxy to fill up the knot holes on this reclaimed wood from a bridge. We used some …


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    9 Responses to “Epoxy wood floor knot holes part 2”

    • cashtonrex:

      What epoxy did you use?

    • Tracy M:

      We used a two part liquid epoxy. Check my part one video and you can see
      the brand name in there. The video is called reclaimed wood floor knot hole
      solution

    • Frenchis Giuliano:

      Did you use epoxy on all the floor

    • Tracy M:

      We only epoxied the holes.

    • Karl Steiner:

      Hi Tracy — LOVE IT! I’m installing knotty oak floor but didn’t know how to
      fill them. Google brought up your video. I knew I’d find a way to fill the
      knot holes-but never thought I’d learn such an imaginative way to also
      bring smiles! So now my quest is to find nit-noys for the holes! I’ll bet
      it hurts to cover your treasures w/ rugs or furniture! Thank YOU! Live
      anywhere near Phili? I’d love to meet you, see your project and show you
      ours Thanks — karl

    • Deb C:

      I was searching for videos on using epoxy to fix wood floors and found your
      video. What a clever and fun idea! My 100+ yr old pine floor amazingly
      doesn’t have many broken/missing knots, but this makes me want to create
      some. Thanks for sharing this!

    • Dale Richards:

      I’m wrapping up the installation of a utility-grade oak floor with several
      knot holes. My wife loves the holes and wants to preserve their beauty with
      epoxy. Did you mix the epoxy first and then use the syringe to inject it or
      vice versa? Was it a slow process? How did you keep up a good pace? Any
      other tips?

    • Tracy M:

      We used a two part epoxy that got warm and then hot as time passed. We
      mixed it in small batches in little Dixie cups. If the hole is deep just
      put some I. The seal the bottom and when it hardens add the rest. It’s best
      to do the final sand after you’re done filling and they have hardened. Good
      luck. 

    • Tracy M:

      Also Dale, there is a part one for this in my videos and that may help you
      too. 

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