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This side view of a board shows the different components. The light wood is the strong original wood. The dark wood s where the LiquidWood soaked and sealed fragile wood to the strong wood. The cream-colored WoodEpox fills in the groves, holes, or damaged areas.

This side view of a board shows the different components. The light wood is the strong original wood. The dark wood s where the LiquidWood soaked and sealed fragile wood to the strong wood. The cream-colored WoodEpox fills in the groves, holes, or damaged areas.

A board recently restored. Note the difference between the original wood and the WoodEpox (cream color)

A board recently restored. Note the difference between the original wood and the WoodEpox (cream color)

Close-up of a damaged board. Although this wood is extremely fragile in its present state, this piece can be restored using a couple wood restoration products.

Close-up of a damaged board. Although this wood is extremely fragile in its present state, this piece can be restored using a couple wood restoration products.

Up-close look at one of the damaged floorboards

Up-close look at one of the damaged floorboards

Damage underneath one of Sarah's windows

Damage underneath one of Sarah's windows

Making sure to apply the sealant to all parts of the board

Making sure to apply the sealant to all parts of the board

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