Rated 5 out of 5Â by wilburt multi purpose fillar
nice tub size ,nice colour, nice price, as they say does exactley what it says on the tin
Rated 1 out of 5Â by DOCDIVER Orange wood !
Hi, bought this product in squeezy tube (medium colour - mahogany, dark oak or teak)
I kneaded product for ages but still couldn't get it out of the tube ....I knelt on it and eventually got some rather dry cakey product - horrid product to work with - I expected I could fill gap more like bathroom sealant. It dried, I sanded and varnished but it cracked.
Also product is orange - matches no wood I have ever seen - will hopefully last the winter as I cant afford to re-do this winter
Perhaps product in tub is easier to work with
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Sithepi Does the job
This filler is just the job for small wood repairs eg skirting , doors etc. Dries pretty quickly to a smooth hard finish that easily sands and does not crack or crumble. It is a little dark in colour so if over painting particularly in white needs a few coats to stop it showing through.
Dries up in the pot if not used in a few months but not a major problem at the price.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by HouseFairy Why the price on the tin?
I had numerous repairs to do on a Victorian panel door which had been butchered for various installations of handles, latches and locks. I needed to get it ready for re-installing a rim lock and brass knob which of course did and does all the jobs you'd need in door furniture and looks miles better. The filler sands and paints well and seems very strong, the door now performs and looks as it would have done before idiots hacked at it. I can't comment how the filler would look on a stripped door as Victorians would never have left pine unpainted anyway.
I do think the product is very highly priced, the profits on it must be staggering. I've heard of people using it to fill between floorboards and this would cost a bomb. If my front room is anything to go by the filler can fall out anyway. If I ever need to fill gaps in floorboards I might use the idea of mixing wood sandings with PVA.