Rated 4 out of 5Â by Amaintenanceman Just the job
Have used both No-nonsense and Ronseal.
Impressed with both, but I feel Ronseal is just the winner as it is a little more creamier to spread and sands better, but is more expensive. Ideal scenario maybe is to use No-nonsense initially for back filling and then Ronseal to build the surface as it spreads over fine cracks better. Both are excellent products, just evaluate what you want to do as in this case you just get what you pay for. No problems with Ronseal going hard too quick
4 Oct 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by EndlessDIY Best 2 part filler
Have been using a lot of 2 part filler recently and have tried Ronseal and the no-nonsense product as well. The Ronseal is much better - it is smoother and runnyer so easier to mix and spread, gives a smoother finish and sticks to the wood better. Unbelievably strong. careful adjustment of mix ratio can give you setting times from 3 - 30 mins. Towards the end of setting it goes slightly rubbery and can easily be carved for a few minutes before going rock hard. Very easily sandable. Brilliant product.
18 Sep 2016
Rated 4 out of 5Â by sidero It's wood filler!
Does what it says on the tin - works well and sands very easily.
I'm sure that car body filler would be much cheaper though!
9 Sep 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Kangooman Does what it says
Bought this to repair some rotten timber in a summer house. Job completed within an hour; filled, rubbed down and painted. Gives a first class finish
3 Sep 2016