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Posted on Filling tiny defects in a cutting board with epoxy

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#1 posted 11-21-2018 04:26 AM

If you are going to try to fill it, use epoxy putty. It will have a softer sheen than regular two-part. Also, do follow AlaskaGuy’s advice and test it first. From the looks of those defects, you might have to dig into them a bit in order for the epoxy to have something to grip

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