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Old 24th Jan 2019, 7:51 pm   #86
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Default Re: Baird T5 restoration project.

Tractionist wrote: "Treatment does not however rectify the unsightly 'flight holes' produced by these insects - albeit that a moderate attack can sometimes be carefully disguised. Fortunately, woodworm is rarely 'structural' in its effect [unlike say Deathwatch] - but it does weaken wood and expose it to other potential maladies e.g. rot/fungal attack."

Hi Tractionist Good advice. Next week I will make a new front panel. It doesn't make sense fiddling about with the damaged front panel because even it can be saved by using chemicals it will need re-veneering. So why not apply the new veneers to a new solid panel instead.

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