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#1 posted 01-08-2019 02:41 PM

So I was able to snag a really nice piece of black walnut at an auction this weekend. It is perfect for a table top. It has a very nice knot hole near one end that I am going to fill with clear epoxy. Now, I’ve never done this before, so I’m hoping to get some advice here…

I’ve never worked with epoxy before. What types of epoxy have you used? I do not need or want to do the whole top with the epoxy, so can I put a high gloss polyurethane on top of that epoxy and have that hole not end up milky or distorted?

Looking forward to some help.

-- Jdeefus, Canton, Ohio

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