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Filling in nail holes

wood staining, i have the fine saw dust from cutting the maple and would like

to know what mix or product I need to mix my saw dust with so it will match the

maple cabinets I am staining, I will be filling in the nail holes with this.  thanks

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Usually, simple wood glue.

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