AzB Silver Member
That's why I use the fiberglass mesh to first start building out the missing area, then when its stable, cut back the excess. When done right, it's as strong as the original material, and can't ever tell it's been repaired.
I hear you. This is very strong as well and once it is primed and painted, it won't be noticeable and will serve its purpose. More than one way to skin a cat I suppose. The areas in question will not even be seen once the table is assembled.