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Location: Paradise, CA
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started topic Tinting to match Sapele, Need Advice 07-29-2018 03:59 PM
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#1 posted 07-28-2018 02:42 PM

Good morning! I’m looking for insight on tinting wood filler that I’ve already applied to my project. The wood is Sapele and the CNC caused some chipping in the radius so I filled the chips with Timbermate wood filler but after drying and sanding, the wood filler is far too noticeable. I’d like to tint only the wood filler to (using a teeny-tiny micro applicator) but I’m at a loss to know which tints or water based stain to use to as closely match the Sapele.

I’ve moistened the wood in the photo to show how prominent the wood filler is appearing.

Anyone out there have success in obtaining an excellent match? Appreciate the input.

-- Christine, Paradise, CA http://www.ChristineWhitman.com

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#2 posted 07-28-2018 02:50 PM

Good morning! I’m looking for insight on tinting wood filler that I’ve already applied to my project. The wood is Sapele and the CNC caused some chipping in the radius so I filled the chips with Timbermate wood filler but after drying and sanding, the wood filler is far too noticeable. I’d like to tint only the wood filler to (using a teeny-tiny micro applicator) but I’m at a loss to know which tints or water based stain to use to as closely match the Sapele.

I’ve moistened the wood in the photo to show how prominent the wood filler is appearing.

Anyone out there have success in obtaining an excellent match? Appreciate the input.

-- Christine, Paradise, CA http://www.ChristineWhitman.com

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