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Posted on Advice Sought on Masking Faceframe-to-Case Gap on Kitchen Restoration

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#1 posted 05-25-2018 10:13 PM

Sometimes making a gap more consistent
beats filling. That’s called a cock bead.

You can grind a piece of metal to reshape
the profile by scraping. I’d probably leave
it as is because I appreciate wear and irregularity
in old pieces. The gap can be sanded a little
where it’s narrow to make the shadow line
more consistent, just enough to fool the eye.


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