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ok everybody I am needing some help I have ben working on finishing a body right now I am on my 7th coat of clear and there are a few spots where there are little ridges where I gues the grain didn't get filled all the way does anyone know how i can fill them in.

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ok everybody I am needing some help I have ben working on finishing a body right now I am on my 7th coat of clear and there are a few spots where there are little ridges where I gues the grain didn't get filled all the way does anyone know how i can fill them in.

I ve heard of drop filling, burning sticks,or several other ways ,it will certainly help people around here to know what type of wood you are finishing,i am a newbie myself but in the past i have filled these kind of things with a bit of clear lacquer using a q tip,it worked for me.Good luck with that anyways.

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ok everybody I am needing some help I have ben working on finishing a body right now I am on my 7th coat of clear and there are a few spots where there are little ridges where I gues the grain didn't get filled all the way does anyone know how i can fill them in.

I ve heard of drop filling, burning sticks,or several other ways ,it will certainly help people around here to know what type of wood you are finishing,i am a newbie myself but in the past i have filled these kind of things with a bit of clear lacquer using a q tip,it worked for me.Good luck with that anyways.

It is a ash tele but I am gonna try that q tip thing that might do the trick thanks man.

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