Restoration of a teak sofa - part 3: Finishing the repair - Popular Woodworking Magazine
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After most of the ledge length was shaped I began dealing with a broken sloped part of the ledge. 

Using a chisel I cut out a basin for a small piece of teak.

I glued the piece over with epoxy adhesive. 

Then I shaped it to match the contours of the beaded ledge.

Using a chisel (bevel down) I shaped the curve. 

After a few seconds with sand paper, the structural restoration was over and the piece was in line for staining and finishing. 

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