|Forum topic by mrlandon||posted 09-03-2014 03:04 AM||1247 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
09-03-2014 03:04 AM
Now to the issue. I am now at the point where I am using a cabinet scraper to get it flat and smooth and I plan on doing a dye/clear/gel/clear process to try and get the ray fleck to pop as much as possible. I bookmatched the arms and the result was some of the ray fleck lifting in a couple spots.
So what do you guys suggest I do. Im thinking i could try and lift up some of the hollow sections and try and put some glue in and clamp it? Assuming that could work then how could I fill the depression left. I have looked into burning in but im not sure i could get a color match. I am not planning on using a grain filler. Would my polyeurothane top coat fill in that void and still show the consistent color and grain through it?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I am new to this and am trying to research and self teach as much as possible.