Hi folks – I need your help again.
I have in my hands a very nice old (was my great grandmother’s) maple four poster bed. One of the posts has broken again at the doweled joint in the turning – dowel is still intact, but the turning itself has split. The new split is clean, and I expect it to glue easily. The problem is an old split that was poorly repaired, apparently with epoxi. Deglue Goo isn’t touching it.
How does one carefully remove chunks of cured epoxi? Is there a solvent that will do the job?
A search here yielded absolutely nothing.
Thanks in advance.