Repair a Chipped Corner on a Dresser Using Hot Glue, Oil and Bondo #oldpalletsforcrafting
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Repair a Chipped Corner on a Dresser Using Hot Glue, Oil and Bondo #oldpalletsforcrafting



This happens to most of us, we find a stunning piece of furniture, but a corner has been chipped off. Well, here's an easy fix! This solution is great when painting the piece. But if leaving the original finish, it will be difficult to match. You can add a few drops of wood stain to the Bondo as you mix it (this will be lighter), or you could find a paint color similar and paint the Bondo for your final step. First, gather your supplies. You'll need *Bondo *Cooking oil spray *Hot g…

This happens to most of us, we find a stunning piece of furniture, but a corner has been chipped off. Well, here's an easy fix! This solution is great when painting the piece. But if leaving the original finish, it will be difficult to match. You can add a few drops of wood stain to the Bondo as you mix it (this will be lighter), or you could find a paint color similar and paint the Bondo for your final step. First, gather your supplies. You'll need *Bondo *Cooking oil spray *Hot g…

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