I just picked up a Joker Poker this weekend. The game in in overall really nice shape except by the flipper there is a gouge in the wood right at the top of the flipper stroke. It looked like whoever replaced the flipper bats didn't align them correctly because the tip of the flipper was digging into the wood. It appears that the right flipper has just dug a little hole over time. My question is I'm planning on using QuikWood to fill in the hole and paint it where there is art, but how do I get it to match where the PF is bare wood?
Will the QuickWood match close enough?
The gouge is about the size of a pea, but since it is so close to the flippers it is really noticable. If i can figure out how to get photos off my phone I'll upload a picture.