Hi all, I'm making a wedding card (safe?) for my sons wedding, It's this hollow heart with a slot in the top and a locking door on the back.
I made the front and back out of 1/2 inch MDF and the sides out of 1/8 inch paper like product (the kind of stuff you find on the back of cheap T.V. stands). Anyway I have to fill it to get it really smooth, I was going to use drywall compound on it, but a guy at work said I could use body filler on it and it wouldn't chip as easy. Has anyone here ever used body filler on wood, and is it that much more resistant to chiping than drywall compound? And do I have to rough up the surface to make it stick?
I want to thank you all in advance as I am not on the computer very often.