Re: grain filler to dark on end grain

snipped-for-privacy@comcast.net wrote:

Options...
1. Seal the end grain first
2. Use transparent filler (end or everywhere)
3. Don't use filler anywhere
IOW, do it so it looks the way you want.
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dadiOH
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