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Sara, They make wood pencils that you can use to fill in the scratches, although I've heard that if you can actually find a crayon that matches your wood, color in the scratch with that, then immediately polish with a wood polish (Pledge, Old English, etc.) It sets the color into the wood. However, I'd be interested to hear any other remedies people might have because coloring on my furniture does not sound like something I'd be interested in!
 
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