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    Default Herschede Tall Case Brads Showing

    My herschede tall case has brads in the burl on the front. Several of them have lost the finish which blends them in. Does anyone have a suggestion for a good replacement?


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    Default Re: Herschede Tall Case Brads Showing (RE: dholk)

    How about a Howard Miller?
    Jest kidding. I would just refinish the brad heads, or perhaps countersink them and fill with colored wax stick made for this purpose.
    Or, I have a Howard Miller I don't really need.:whistle:
    harold bain, Member ch 33
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