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#1 posted 10-23-2018 09:35 PM

Applying by fingertip I can tell how much is applied better than by a small brush. It could fill a small (sheet of paper thickness) crack I guess but not nearly enough to fill a crack the thickness of a credit card. I do use my shellac wash coat so it has been thinned with 2 parts DNA. Just enough to seal the surface to keep the CA from staining the wood. You can probably use any sanding sealer.

Sorry about my delay in posting.

To add, if you are having the cracks re-appear you may need to go to a thin CA. It may takes several application to fill the crack but the thin CA should penetrate even the smallest crevice.

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