So related to the recent sofa repair, in the sense that both were damaged while in storage, I am now tasked with ‘repairing’ a gouge mark in a ‘maple’ worktop. I think it is maple at least hence the quotes.
The top I’m pretty sure is removable which makes things somewhat easier, so I was wondering what the best approach might be to clean it up generally and get rid of the gouge? The idea of sanding the whole thing down by hand enough to get rid of the gauge doesn’t appeal particularly but if that’s the only way then so be it.
Any suggestions as to a better, i.e. less laborious and dusty solution, would as always be most welcome.
The dimension btw are 1500mm x 300mm approximately.