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Hello, I'm restoring a Victorian Humidor that is not at all square. I don't usually work with veneer and am trying to find out what filler I could use to shape the box and square it up ( it's off by about a 1/16 on both sides ) before applying Burch Veneer. I've been told that there is a green automotive filler that works better than regular wood filler for what I'm trying to accomplish, but I don't know what it's called and would like to see what someone with more experience in this field thinks. Also I've Progressive MS and looking for something that isn't to hard to sand. Thank you for any information you can send me.
Thanks Again, Chris Collins
Sorry, I meant Burl veneer.
I have heard of the Bondo trick too.
I have used the "Bondo trick" also with good success. What has worked the best was to pound in or shoot small very small nails into the area so the Bondo has something to grip onto.Like the car body repair guys do...