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If you go with the epoxy mixed with teak sawdust method make sure that your hardener is still clear. I did some patching like this earlier this spring and my hardener (205) was a bit old and had turned a ruddy color after a few years in the can. My patches cured fine but retained the ruddy color and overpowered the mixed in teak sawdust. If the hardener had been clear the patches would have been a better color match.
The 207 clear hardener will also yellow with age while 205 seems to get ruddy on me.
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