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#1 posted 05-03-2015 09:36 AM

This may sound insane but… epoxy is a good gap filler and hardener. You could brush/rub the epoxy as deep into the grain as you can then try to wipe off the excess. To do that you’re going to need to use an epoxy that cures slowly (i.e. 5 minute epoxy is out) and probably something a little thin.

I know that you can clean off uncured epoxy with xylene but I don’t know if xylene could be used as a thinner.

West System http://www.westsystem.com makes a bunch of different kinds of epoxy.


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