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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2018 11:36 pm 
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I was hoping to have some help, we have in internal sliding door which is essentially painted chipboard with a hollow centre, its damaged and I'm not sure how to fix it. Any ideas gratefully accepted. Photos attached.


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It depends on what tools you have and how handy your are. You need to source some ply, hardboard or timber as thick as the outer face panel. Clean out a square, just down to the substrate, I think it is a lock block. Not too big an area just enough to cover the damage and glue in a patch to get it all level. Use filler to finish it flush and neat and then paint the whole door.

For cleaning out, a sharp chisel and a mallet will do it but it would be quicker with a multi tool to plunge cut. It might be hard to source the infill wood and you might be able to get a good wood yard to thickness some stock for you. if you take a sample. It looks like hardboard thickness though. :thumbright:

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:withstupid: cut out a square and splice is a new piece of ply, sand/plane to fit

If you just fill it will crack out in no time


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