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How to make wood caulk out of wood glue and sawdust. You can use it to cover nails and holes in wood.
you need - wood glue (normal glue might work, but i havent tried) - sawdust (you want the finest sawdust that you can get) -something to stir in/with...
first you need to add glue to the sawdust. There is no exact measurement, just make it stick together, with enough glu to make it moldable/ not dry...
now i am going to cover the nails. After it is dry sand it flush with the wood.
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If you mix this up with clear lacquer instead you'll have something that will take stain, somewhat, & take a clear finish pretty well. It is, after all, sawdust & has no grain in large patches, but if you use the sanding dust from the project you are filling you can't get a closer match. It also has the benefit of being very easy to store & you can revive it if it's thickened or even dried out by adding a bit of lacquer thinner & more lacquer. I've seen hardwood floor guys do 3 rooms worth of new, unfinished flooring with a 5 gallon bucket 2/3 full to start. Also doesn't cause blotchy spots in the finish like a glue will.
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