Clear Pore Filler

I read an article a few years back about pore filler and remember the author mentioning that it is avalable in clear. Does such a product exist or did I just dream it? Brian
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BRFordJr wrote:

"FFFF" pumice along with dewaxed shellac will work. It's used as the first step in "French Polishing". See:
http://www.shavings.net/FRENCH.HTM
-- Jack Novak Buffalo, NY - USA
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Crystalac makes a clear water based pore filler. See the McFeeley's catalog.
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On 04 Oct 2003 05:46:07 GMT, snipped-for-privacy@aol.com (BRFordJr) wrote:

Many of the really fine powders will appear clear, if you immerse them in something transparent of the right refractive index.
Pumice isn't bad. Plaster of paris isn't so good, and whiting or rottenstone are terrible. The best is silex (air or water float silica) but this is a respiratory hazard and hard enough that the finished surface is difficult to rub down.
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Enduro (714)-366-2322, makes a transparent wood grain filler called Enudro Wat-R-Base Transparent Wood Grain Filler. It has the consistency of vaseline, spread with a plastic spatula type thing and fills quickly. They also have a "warm tint" version that's got a bit of pink that works well with mahogany. They have a nice line of water based finishes worth looking into. They also came up with the Accu Spray HVLP gun.
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