How to repair a chip in the surface of a wood table
I hope this is the right place for my question b/c this is not one of the forums I frequent (usually I'm on Kitchens or gardening). I wish I had more time to read threads but I have a 4 1/2 year old and a 3 month old who keep me VERY busy.
So here's what's going on: I bought a nice platform bed w/attached floating bedside tables from Craigslist, and it was in nice condition. Then, while unloading (somewhat carelessly), one of the pieces crashed down onto one of the bedside tables and chipped it pretty good in the surface. :-(
I'd really like to repair this chip b/c I love the bed and was planning to have it a long time. Can someone tell me what I need to do to fix it? The piece that chipped out is gone. I felt devastated when it happened, but my DH just says that's what happens when I buy big stuff off Craigslist that has to be disassembled, hauled, reassembled etc.
The bed is teak if that matters. Thanks for suggestions/advice!