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Aqua Coat Wood Grain Filler
Hide oak grain with grain filler
Filler for Heavy Wood Grain
The perfect way to keep my lab, Lilly, entertained for an hour! Unlike a lot of kong stuffing recipes which use treats and fattening foods, the bulk of this kong is dog food taken from her dinner to keep her athletic figure. I use her dog food mixed with some non-fat greek yogurt and unsweetened applesauce and then top it off with pumpkin puree. Pop it in the freezer for several hours and you will have a wonderful food enrichment tool - and an hour of sanity during puppy hood. by mollie
Hello! My most popular post, by far, has been “How to Paint Your Cabinets Like a Professional.”  As a result, I have gotten a lot of questions, specifically, about how to paint oak cabinets.  I have done client projects that were oak cabinets, so I thought I would share some tips and tricks that I...Read More »
Easy-to-sand clear gel wood grain filler for filling the pores in woods (such as oaks, ash, and hard-to-fill woods). Can be used on raw wood or after staining, sealers, or topcoats. For a finish as sm
The deep grain lines in woods like oak or walnut will telegraph through the clear finish, no matter how many coats you apply. And that’s fine; it’s part of the character of coarse-grain woods. But if a perfectly smooth surface is the look you want, use a grain filler. You’ll find several products online or at woodworking stores. With most, you wipe on the filler, squeegee off the excess with a plastic putty knife and then sand after it’s dry for a smooth-as-glass surface.
Hello! My most popular post, by far, has been “How to Paint Your Cabinets Like a Professional.” As a result, I have gotten a lot of questions, specifically, about how to paint oak cabinets. I have done client projects that were oak cabinets, so I thought I would share some tips and tricks that I...Read More »
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