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Rich

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#1 posted 12-16-2018 05:19 PM


It doesn t look like the chips were caused from just wood movement.
To me, and I could be wrong, it looks as if someone pick up the table by the breadboard ends and they flexed, therefore pinching the lacquer and causing it to chip.

- jbay

Sounds right. Unfortunately it looks like a difficult repair due to the sharp edges which will be hard to obscure.

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