Hi, I'm getting ready to finish a countertop project and need some advice. It's juniper, unstained, and I'll be using several coats of water-based polyurethane satin finish. But being juniper, there are lots of little knot-holes, depressions, cracks, etc. that need filling... but I still want to see the knot holes. That's what makes juniper so pretty, IMO. What would be the best filler for these depressions, under the polyurethane-- should I use clear epoxy, acrylic, or is there some other product that would work well? I need something that will fill larger spaces (1/2" X 3/4" X 1/4" deep or more) but still cure clear, and accept a polyurethane overcoat. Thanks in advance.
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