I love imperfections in wood grain as much as the next person, but enough about what I like. Let’s talk about crumbs.
Crumbs, fuzzies, dust, dead gnat… it doesn’t matter. Things of this nature find their way into the crevices of a wood surface and when I spot it, I spend a good 2 hours of my evening targeting anything in sight with a toothpick. Those are 2 hours I can’t get back.
In the past I’ve used wood filler, but it ends up looking exactly like wood filler. Pass me the toothpick.
Eventually, I got a little bit smarter and began to fill these cracks and gaps with Gorilla Epoxy. I get to keep the perfect look of the wood’s imperfections, and be crumb-free.
This video above explains how.
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