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wood plaster?

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by x182, May 29, 2004.


  1. x182

    x182

    Mar 22, 2004
    i know of wood putty but i don't think it will work in this case.

    ive been working on a bass of my own.
    and ive sanded down parts where i shouldn't have.

    is there a wood plaster that i can mold and sand so it looks as if i never touched that part of the bass?

    (im going to paint over so the differance in colour (plaster/wood) wouldn't make a difference)

    thanx.
     
  2. Woodboy

    Woodboy

    Jun 9, 2003
    St. Louis, MO
    A hint from my days as a model maker: Bondo. It won't shrink and sands well. Not the most pleasant stuff to work with. Work outside and wear a chemical respirator. We used it for nearly anything and it always held up and took paint well.