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Scratches / cuts in play surface

I have a used table that has been used as a cutting surface.
4 or 5 cuts on the surface of the table deep enough to feel and the
puck "clicks" as it travels across. I have though of gently sanding and
then rebuffing to remove.
Any suggestions?

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The scrathes can be made flush with the surface by laying a flat file on the surface and rubbing them down. A coat of car wax will bring back the surface.

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Ok this Is A Very Very Easy Fix all you need is either carpenter putty or mighty putty and you fill the cracks and sand it down. therefore creating a smooth surface and if you want put gloss to make it slick.

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