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    Vintage Cherry finish touch up?

    I have a Mira in vintage cherry that my dog gnawed a little nick into. I'd like to get this fixed but was wondering if there was a quick fix available. Maybe there is something available like a wax pencil at home depot that you can use to touch up woods of different stains? Any ideas?

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    Check out stain-pens at your local hardware store, I have also had some good results with mixing colored Sharpie markers too. When it's blended you could put some superglue in the ding, build it up and then sand and polish it out... Good luck!

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    Thanks for the reply. Do you know if the finish is polyurethane or nitro? I'll check out what home depot has. Just don't want to make it WORSE!

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    Stewart MacDonald sells lacquer touch up pens that work reasonably well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poffypoffa View Post
    Stewart MacDonald sells lacquer touch up pens that work reasonably well.
    Thanks, I'll put in a drop of super glue and the pens. Wish me luck!

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