04:47AM | 03/07/05
Member Since: 03/06/05
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HELP!!!!!Here's my problem. I built a home bar counter top by using wood. The type of wood that I used for the counter top is called Birch Wood. I used nails and wood glue to attach the wood table top to the base. When I added the trimmings to the counter top, I also used nails and wood glue. I used MINWAX wood putty to cover the nails in the wood and then I sanded it. When all of the sanding was completed I used MINWAX polyurethane to give my counter top a a natural look. My problem is that I can still see the spots where I applied the wood putty to cover the nails and it is very obvious. What can I do to blend in those spots where I appled the wood putty so that it can go unnoticeable. I would appreciate any advice that will help me correct this problem.


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