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replacing inlays?


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if they are plastic, they need to be pried/popped out using thin blades, etc. If the board is dark, it's easier to hide the damaged wood that happens around the inlay from digging in enough to get at it.

Or in a case like yours where you don't want to save them, you can drill out the middle of the inlay and start breaking it out from the middle, and if done right , should leave you with pretty clean cavities, unless they used super-glue

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