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Previous owners had a cat or some other devil beast. How do I repair this?

Pretty sure I should just buy new moulding... but how do I repair the actual frame? Sand-able wood putty or filler? Any recommendations?enter image description here

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  • Maybe I cant tell what is wrong with the frame from this picture. It seems like damage is 9g% on the molding on the edge. If you replace that with a new piece and repaint that might be enough. If it were my house I would just repaint it. Old house character. If some one asked I would mutter something about the "devil cat".
    – Willk
    Apr 11 at 16:48
  • @Willk the majority of the damage is on the casing, but there’s a little bit in the jamb too. I’m looking for product type recommendations to fill and sand. Woodfill? Putty? Something else? Apr 11 at 16:53
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Replace the moulding and get a little wood filler to fill the other scratches the paint. This isn't that bad.

Jonathan

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