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Does stained wood filler look different than the surrounding wood?
However, stained wood filler frequently looks significantly different than the surrounding wood, creating an undesirable appearance. This problem is more prevalent when working with lighter stains than darker stains. To demonstrate this, I grabbed four different wood fillers to test out; three from popular brands, and one DIY version.
Does filling nail holes in wood match stain?
Filling nail holes or patching flaws in woodworking projects is fairly easy using the various wood filler products available. What is not so easy is matching the color of those fillers to the stain used on the wood.
Should you stain before or after filler is applied?
If you want the filler to have the natural color of the wood, then you should apply the grain filler before staining. But before you do this, test to confirm that the filler you鈥檙e using accepts your stain. Do this with scrap pieces of the exact wood species you鈥檙e working with.
How do you remove wood filler from wood?
Let the liquid sit for the recommended amount of time, then wipe it away with a clean, lint-free cloth. You can either try to strip the stain from the small section that contains wood filler, or you can remove the stain from the entire piece of wood.