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#1 posted 07-09-2017 04:24 PM

Thank you I appreciate the feedback.

The table is going to be our mess table and I just can’t stomach the thought of looking at those spots every day. I’m not sure if it matters but I will put a top coat on the table then apply our station logo and finish it with a bar top epoxy.
As far as cutting it out and splicing it in I’m not sure if that’s a possible as the table is two sheets of plywood thick and have been screwed together and I used loctite heavy duty as well. (Should have included that in original post) I watched the videos on the markers and that could be a possibility as well. I’m guessing you agree that sanding isn’t the best option as I run the risk of going through the veneer? Is there a chance that I have already done so in those spots and that’s why the stain won’t take?
Thanks waho6o9 it’s taken me forever to build it and hope it’s well received!


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