Wood finisher Jeff Jewitt offers two formulas for filling the pores of open-grained woods such as oak, walnut, and mahagony. Linseed oil and pumice filler will match the wood perfectly; plaster of Paris can is a quick-drying substitute for pumice. You’ll learn how to apply these fillers and how to clear-coat the wood afterwards. From Fine Woodworking #177
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