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#1 posted 04-23-2018 11:54 PM

I have very successfully used a darker stain on dings and such on trim. I suppose its opinion based but a darker shade makes them just disappear. What do think those furniture touch up products are, like “Old English”? MW stains are pretty good for this. Dont shake up the pigment, just use the dye/oil in the top of the can, or if you use dye it works well. Q- tips work well for application. Going lighter in color makes them more obvious to me. We arent talking making car paint chips disappear under close inspection.


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