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Posted on Filling gouges prior to refinishing dining table top.

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#1 posted 07-14-2017 02:37 AM


For solvent based filler, I prefer Famowood, but those are some deep and wide gouges. They will be very difficult to cover acceptably no matter how you do it. have you considered just having the top sanded on a wide belt sander to get rid of the damage?

- TungOil

Thank you very much for your help !
I will check into it about the Famowood.
I don’t know if the fillers will eventually pop out when the wood shrinks or expands over the years.
I will have to sand it lightly with 220; It has veneer and the gouges are done by the kids with some toys.

-- Julian Paul Jones


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