It is probably more obvious to you than to anyone else, unless it is in
a spot where it 'leaps out' when light hits it at the right angle. On
real wood, wiping the scratch with the same color of a gel stain (I use
Minwax brand, but there are others), does a lot to hide it. Is your top
layer wood or plastic? If plastic, not sure the freshly-exposed surface
would absorb any stain, but for five bucks, it may be worth a try.
Having said that, I would not worry too much about it. You will have
more scratches eventually. It is like the first parking lot ding on a
On Sat, 17 Apr 2010 04:47:13 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
Minwax makes scratch repair pencils.
Once on a black laminate I used a black permanent marker - worked
great for a very light scratch. Another time, on a maple honey cabinet
I used shoe polish in Oxford color.
All were minor scratches and no deep gouges.
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