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rob hayward

can I use wood filler as grain filler

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It needs to be pretty thin to really get into the grain, and ime you'll even need to thin down a grain filler a bit. Water-based wood fillers tend to shrink back when they dry out, so you'll need to overdo it to allow for this, then sand back the excess.

In short, you could use certain types of wood filler, but a grain filler is easier as it's purpose made.

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