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#1 posted 11-04-2018 07:06 PM

Not meaning to step on any toes but I wouldn’t do bondo unless u want a fast/cheap fix that won’t last long. Your wood will still be rotted and continue to do so. Personnally I’d suggest cutting mayb 3-4 inches above the rot and removing the entire damaged section. Then replace with a new piece of board (preferably treated). You could then use bondo or putty to blend the seam between the old and new frame and paint. That should look as good as new and last for many years without being termite bait

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