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Frankg

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Does anyone ever use Elmer's Carpenter Wood Filler Max for this problem. That works quite well for me and very easy to sand. Comes in a tube and very convenient to squeeze out what you need. Water clean up.
Takes a while to dry when laid on heavy. For small work it dries quicker.

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Thanks Frankg for the tip on Elmer's Carpenter Wood Filler Max. 
I want to try it.

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Thanks Frankg, this is so helpful to me. I've been mixing powder sawdust with white glue for years. I will switch to this as soon as I get over to Home Depot this week.
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Hi John,
   Let me know how it works out for you. I enjoyed reading your Think Locally article just now. Some good tips on how to get the word out. Thanks

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Hi Ken,
Let me know how it works out for you. I love the stuff!

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The flap sander like sdaupanner (Don) mentioned is also great for softening sharp edges. I have a 1" one that works great for this. Nice to use if you make a bunch of toys for selling at craft shows.
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