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Old 09-08-2009, 06:40 PM  
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I have T1-11 douglas fir sideing that has chaffing i.e. the outer laminate has small cracks or places where it has raised from backing. I desire to know if there is a liquid adhesive that can be rolled on and then pressed to promote adhesion. Want product that can be stained with solid stain. Also, want to fill wooodpecker holes before staining.

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Old 09-08-2009, 07:30 PM  
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Uh Oh, I remembered that a few years ago there was a recall on a bad batch of T1-11.
Perhaps the builders could help us find out how to identify the bad batch.

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Welcome RTvorik:
I would use Contech PL 400 construction adhesive; it remains waterproof and will hold anything. I used barrels of it in a modular home plant and never had a failure.
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