mikhailgtrski Posted July 17, 2006 Report Share Posted July 17, 2006 (edited) OK, so while I was being careful to keep the bridge stud and string-through holes dry during wet sanding, I forgot to keep an eye on the 5-way switch slot. The wood got just wet enough to swell and crack the lacquer between the slot and one of the mounting holes, and a little bit past that. How would you go about repairing this? I'm guessing it would involve some very careful sanding (edit - or possibly cutting it out a bit to enlarge it into a "chip" that can be drop filled?)and some butyl cellosolve (or a similar solvent) to re-flow the lacquer, then some drop filling. I'll post a pic of the carnage tonight. Thanks for the help. Mike Edited July 17, 2006 by mikhailgtrski Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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