Originally Posted by lovetocamp2
... Vic what is titebond? Did you use it on all of the wood or just on the area that had the damage? ...
I used Titebond II Premium Wood Glue. I thinned it with a bit of water with the idea that it would then soak into the dead mold and the wood to add a bit of strength to the water damaged areas. I don't know if I was successful in adding much strength, but it did help to stabilize the wood surfaces. It also sealed in the mold well with no obnoxious fumes.
The glue is water soluble when wet so cleans up easily. It is water resistant once dried. A 16 oz bottle will go a long way.
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Typically foam of itself doesn't add much structural support. I have successfully married aluminum angle or light gauge steel angle to areas of wood structure which need to be beefed up. The angle can often be added without needing to remove entire sections of rotted structure.
All damage is different so my angle idea may not apply to your situation.