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Preparation of Wood
Stains and Fillers
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abrasive paper adhesive alcohol allow angle antique applied better bevel bleaching bristles brush cane carving chemical strippers chip carving chisel clean clear finish cloth color corner cover curved damage denatured alcohol dirt dowel drawer drill edge fiberglass fibers filler flat French polishing glaze glue gouge grain grit hand planing hardboard hole joint knife knot lacquer lathe leave linseed oil liquid marks match material metal miter joint mixture moisture molding old furniture paint panel particleboard patch pattern piece of furniture piece of wood plane plastic plywood possible powder pull pumice rail refinishing remove repair replacement resin result rush sanding scrape screw seagrass sealer seat shape shellac slightly soak softwood solvent sometimes Spirit stain steel wool strands stripping strokes synthetic thick thin thinner tool treatment turning turpentine undercoat uneven usually varnish veneer wax polish wear wipe wood surface