Re: Filling gaps between boards on a rustic pine floor
I did some floors with "cottage grade" pine. I did not have a problem with cracks in the joints, but did with knots, and in a few cases with boards that were bent, and cracked across the grain when I straightened them. These were 1x6 T&G.
I used epoxy with a colored filler so the flaws became features, kind of like Microsoft stuff.
You can get epoxy in various sized containers. Lee Valley sells up to 39 oz in WEST system , but I have bought a gallon can for a canoe.
I can't comment on how the idea would look in straight lines. I liked the filled knots, but they were random features, sort of like like Microsoft bugs.
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