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  1. General Woodworking Discussion
    First of all, I am a total newbie so please (please) excuse the newbie talk. Here is my challenge: I've been refinishing furniture for about a year and have a large table I am working on. I found out the hard way that Minwax's so-called "stainable" wood filler (yes, I fell for it) is quite...
  2. Trim Carpentry & Built-Ins
    We live in forestland and have milled a lot of our own Doug fir and Ponderosa pine timber for countertops, stairs, etc., which I love. Unfortunately, the front of one of the counter edges obviously had some dry rot which we did not perceive until a couple of years after installation. See...
  3. General Woodworking Discussion
    Without hearing "you should never need wood filler", what is the consensus of best wood filler...Famowood, WunderFil, Dap or Minwax, or other? I've always had good luck with Famowood, working with red oak atm, but a general question.
  4. Wood Finishing
    I have a slab wood table top (see photos). It is completely planed and sanded and is ready for finishing except that there are couple small knot holes in the top. I want to fill these in prior to finishing the table so bits of food, etc. don't get lost in the holes. Any suggestions for what to...
  5. Wood Finishing
    I have some very nice walnut, but some of the pieces have small (1/32 to 1/16 in) wormholes. What is the best way to fill them so they will not show in the finished project? I've tried so-called "stainable" filler on other projects but have not had much luck. Any suggestions?
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