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Old 05-26-2007, 06:02 AM   #1
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New coach has wood laminate flooring. Took out the table and replaced it with a different style. There are now holes in the laminate flooring.
Has anyone come up with any product that can be used to fill holes and even blend in??
Thanks.
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New coach has wood laminate flooring. Took out the table and replaced it with a different style. There are now holes in the laminate flooring.
Has anyone come up with any product that can be used to fill holes and even blend in??
Thanks.
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Old 05-26-2007, 10:12 AM   #3
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I don't know of one specifically. If none is suggested, I'd look for an epoxy type filler that can be colored and start my search at a good local hobby shop that carries supplies for making models (the little tiny kind, not the strutting kind) or the catalog/internet outfit called Micro-Mark. If that fails, then I'd use JB-Weld or some similar filling type epoxy, taking care to clean any excess away immediately, then after it hardens, paint it to match usig model paint. You should be able to mix a color that would be fairly unobtrusive.
Another good way of removing unsightly stains is trade for a new APEX, which also works if your coach needs washing.
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An upgrade to any 2007 model will suffice as the table is now magically suspended from the wall and does not touch the floor.

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I work a bit with wood and can offer a suggestion;

If you desire, send me a bit of the flooring material and I'll cut a few plugs from it for return to you.

I can make 1/4, 3/8, 1/2 and 5/8 inch plugs, which can be inserted to the holes. If you match the grain pattern, you'll have to look long and hard to find them.
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