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Well, first of all i am a little concered that you are attempting to grain fill pine. second, i am also concerned that you are claiming you are seeing grain show thru, when pine has no open grain to show.

I dont think you get how grain filler works. why would it just magicly work overnight instead of right away? it wont just change.

if you were using a wood that actually needed to be grainfilled, you would apply the grain filler, sand smooth, and then apply again until it is smooth. you should be able to see when the grain is fulled filled.


Also, i noticed you said the pine has some "dark spots" do you mean knots? cheap pine almost always has a ton of knots. yes they well be a problem if they are indeed knots.

Edited by wood is good
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