Filling Void in Walnut Burl Veneered Table top?
Hello all. I’m new to veneering and I made a table top with a four-way book match of walnut burl veneer. The pattern looks great but there are spots on the panel where each sheet of veneer had an almost through void – not a hole in the veneer, but the next best thing: there is just a whisker-thin bit of veneer above the substrate. It’s not within my talent level or experience to try to level the surrounding areas to the level of these voids, and they seem much too deep to just ignore. Can anyone please suggest any way to fill these voids? If such a thing exists, is there a clear filler that can fill the voids, and over which I can apply a finish without creating obvious splotches? (I will ask finishing questions in my next post, lol). Any suggestions greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for sharing your knowledge!