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Posted on Repairing scratches in cedar tongue and groove

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#1 posted 11-25-2019 02:13 AM

That is not always easy. Do you have or do you know anyone that has an air brush or small spray gun. This might be the best way. It might be necessary to re-coat the full length of the board you are working on, or at least to a greater distance each side of the repair area. Also, thin the finish material and apply multiple thin coats until it blends the best. Don’t try to do it one or two coats.


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