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I am planning on "touching up" the interior wood on my boat. Maybe a little more then touch up ....
The wood is African mahogany. There are no water stains, but there are holes and scratches that I would like to fill in and repair. I plan on light sanding off the varnish and filling in the holes. What should I use to fill in the holes and scratches ?
A friend also suggested that instead of varnish I use a product called gymcoat, which is used on gym floors. He said he had used it on his boat and it looks great and has held up very well, as it has been 3 years since he applied it. So, I am asking how should I proceed and what should I use ?
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