We have a wooden swing/ slide framework in the garden which is made from ro und timber. Over time the timber has started to split (which is apparently normal and structurally ok)and the framework is starting rock/ move during use. The timber is located into metal brackets with screws going into the timber.
I have taken a look and it seems the root cause is that the screws are no l onger tight. I think this is because the splits / timber "seasoning" has re sulted in the holes expanding a bit and therefore the screws are not biting into the wood.
Does anyone know of a way of fixing this? I guess I was thinking of someth ing I could squirt into the hole, reinsert the screw and once the "liquid w ood" hardens it forms a tight fit again. Or maybe once the liquid is set I can then screw into it. There appears to be masonary resin but I couldn't see anything wood related.
thanks in advance for your help.