Recently, I purchased a used outdoor teak table and chairs. I am trying to restore them to a better condition so I pressure washed them and then filled in some of the splitting pieces with Elmer's stainable wood filler. Now, I am trying to top it off with Watco Teak Oil but the wood filler is showing through the oil.
Did I make a mistake by using wood filler?
I read that it is not a good idea to stain Teak (although I think it might have had stain on it before I pressure washed and sanded it off).
What are my options from here?
Thank you for your help.
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