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No, that would be kind of like trying to seal an open jar of honey - no sealer would be strong enough to overcome the softness underneath. Your best bet is to replace the bad section of the board. Cut out the bad section just up to the support joists, then nail a sister joist (or just a short 2x4) onto the sides of the joists so that the ends of you new section are supported. Or you could just replace the entire length of the board. As a temporary measure, put duct tape over the sticky stuff so that it doesn't get tracked all over the place. By the way, that stick resin is pine sap. The best solvent for cleaning it off your shoes and hands is turpentine.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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