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    Matthew Hallson
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    Clear Resin Wood Fillers

    Hello,

    I would like some advice regardng wood fillers. I have a large slab of oak that I am making into a coffee table, however it has some reasonably large cracks in it (about 200 mm long x 10 mm at the widest section.

    Id like to fill this with some kind of clear resin product, but I cant find anything suitable.

    Does anyone have any suggestions?


    Regards,
    Matt Hallson (matthew_hallson@hotmail.c-o-m)
    (London, UK)

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    RE: Clear Resin Wood Fillers

    >Id like to fill this with some kind of clear resin product,
    >but I cant find anything suitable.

    I would use clear epoxy. Build a "dam" with something like masking tape and pour the mixed epoxy into the crack.


    ---Jerry

    You need to learn from other people's mistakes. You'll never have enough time to make them all yourself.

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