We previously shared a video with you on how to repair a split or cracked door jamb, and now we have a helpful tip for you on how to fix large chips in your door or door frame.
While wood fillers can be used to fill large chips, gouges, or dents in your door or frame, they don’t really stand up well enough to the regular use and various hazards that a door is subjected to. So what is a better alternative to fill in those large chips?
Ron Hazelton, a well-known home improvement expert, advises using polyester resin, which has proven to be a better alternative to wood fillers when it comes to this kind of repair. Polyester resin is made up of a paste and a hardener that sets up easily. You can read more and see a short video on how to properly apply polyester resin to your chipped door or frame here.