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Old 01-31-2007, 05:54 PM   #1
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panel/ bulkhead touchup

There are a few digs in my original (walnut type finish) panels. These are the original early 70's panels with a thin walnut wood grain over some kind of particle/ plywood base. The holes or digs are from old screws, popped out rivets, and the like and are not structural in nature. I would like to fill these with some kind of goo which approximates the color. I'm sure I can find something at the hardware but maybe someone out there in Alumaland has a product that worked well for them?
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