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Golf tees.
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or make the holes larger by drilling them out to a size that you can find a
dowel for. you can get thin dowels at a hobby store (michaels, hobby lobby),
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Wood glue with toothpicks works well to fix a hole.
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You are the first to ask instead of thinking to brush on a latex primer and ruining it with latex paint, you are smarter. but prep is Key. Benjamin Moore makes a Oil Primer " Enamel Underbody" that is to be sanded with up to 320g, your Key is to get the perfect smooth undercoat or Primer . Oil Penetrol is a great thinner for Moore Satin Impervo. But you can go Laquer routes, But remember you need a sanding Primer, to be sanded smooth as your finish will only be as good as your base is prepped.
Worst is Latex, But I can make a brush on finish like spray , with Impervo and Penetrol, better might be a laquer with a soft, sanded primer.
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If you spray them laying flat dust may ruin the finish, be sure to practice first on technique.
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