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colored filler?

Postby andre lafrance » Wed Aug 22, 2012 5:02 pm

i'm almost ready to start making repairs inside my '57 15' sea coaster. it has already been stripped, sanded, bleached, and had a next to final sanding. when i repair dents and where rot had deteriorated the wood behind the frames, i'm looking for something - wood filler, etc. that matches the dougals fir in color since the interior leaves nothing to the imagination!! thanks for any input...
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Postby Torchie » Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:38 pm

Check Out Famowood.
I believe that they make a more neutral colored type along with their Mahogany
colored one. Plus it is stainable as well.
Available from Classic Boat Connection.
Karl.
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