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July 07, 2:45 PM [GMT -5]

I did this but I simplified it by cutting a plug that fit and I even matched the grain. After sanding (almost no filler was needed) the repair was virtually invisible unless you got close.

March 01, 1:57 PM [GMT -5]

I successfully used the process from this article to perform repairs on knotty cedar T&G wall panels in the kitchen of my cottage! I was cautious in determining that no wiring existed behind my "service area."

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