Doing a conservatory. Is a loss leader for my Mother. My Dad built it years back and so I offered restore it for her. t spent 20 years in a cedar red Ronseal shade and is making the transition to gloss white via 2 coats primer, Gras de laquer x 2, sand and 2 coats gloss & a load of wood care repair system and preservative.
Is going well but could use some help on what product to use to smooth out the gap between the glazing bar and frame please.
Problem is I removed & restored and reapplied the worn glazing bars with copper nails and CT1 on two faces … a little too much CT1 which means the neat little groove is a bit bumpy as you can see in the photos. The last one shows the problem I need to fix. Second from last is what I want to end up like.
I reckon a light application of some form of filler from a mastic gun and a wipe over with me finger will cancel out the undulations but I’m not sure what to use.
It’s a glazing bar so at some point it will come out so don’t want to use anything to concrete like. At the same time, a simple caulk I imagine would lift too quick in the great Shropshire outdoors.!
Could urgently use a steer on the product to use. The weather an time is against me and this thing is eating days and weeks.
Many thanks in advance. Apologies I think the photos might be at wrong angle. New smart phone user!