I've done several searches, but I can't seem to find an article for filling
worm holes in walnut. I've a large chunk of crotch walnut that I want to
use as the support block in my Klausz-inspired bench, but it has some worm
holes. Can anyone help?
If you really feel you have to fill them, put in walnut sawdust and hit it
with CA glue. Plane/sand it smooth.
It won't match the existing walnut, but it will be in the neighborhood. You
will always see where the worm had his homestead, but it won't be a hole in
Try a sample first, see if you like it.
That's good advice. Heck, on a few I won't even have to put sawdust in.
It's still packed in there. Normally I'd do what several posters suggested,
but since it's going to be a benchtop (or at least part of one), I didn't
want crap collecting in the holes.
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