If you fill in the veneer with wood putty, it is easier and works better if you color it first with
either a tube of oil paint, or even acrylic...or else color it with whatever will match the best.
It will not be perfect when dried, but you will not have to work as hard afterwards to color it.
I purchased in 1970 a treadle machine cabinet...the old Singer oak and wrought iron. The
cabinet had been worked over a little bit...the veneer glued down and then the wood putty.
But it is not noticeable all that much, and it has held up for over 40 years. Jut make sure you
sand it down very smoothe and flush. You will like it.
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