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Posted on Sap leak through-what to do?

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ajosephg

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#1 posted 1008 days ago

I’ve never had this problem on furniture projects, so take what I say with a grain of salt.

If this was something that was to be painted, the sap area could be sealed off with shellac or kilz. But that would mess up your desired finish, so I think you’ll have to rip out the section that has the sap in it and glue it back together, then refinish it.

-- Joe


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