I want to refinish the wood a light colour so these bit of woodfiller need to be changed to something lighter and more stainable.
My idea is to remove a couple of mm off the top of each bit and fill it in with some store bought or some of my own lighter stock filler.
I tried to shave some off the top using a knife and it was a no go. That woodfiller is rock solid!.
My only option is to drill?
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Well if its that hard sounds like the Dremal is the way to go.
The dental pic tool I was refuring to is stainless steel, has a long point on one end and either a 90* or a hook point on the other. The dentist uses it to get plaqe buildup off. I have a set, and use them for everything else in the world. Very handy to have.
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