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#1 posted 01-24-2020 12:23 AM

Now might be a good time to learn some burn-in fill techniques. A flaw that small can be filled so perfectly that even you won t be able to find it when it s done. It s a critical skill that will save your butt time and time again, whether the flaw is in the wood or one you caused.

Mohawk has an extensive collection of youtube videos showing in detail how to use their products. For yours, I d go with either Hard Fill or Plane Stick.

- Rich

i just checked a few out,great products for repairing woodwork,thanks rich.

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