Real Wood Filler
Real Wood Filler
Is a resin-based wood filler, developed for the plywood and furniture industries, to repair defects in plywood, furniture, laminated beams, cabinetwork, and other woodworking applications. It molds like putty and is consistent, uniform, waterproof, and fast-setting with minimal shrinkage. Made with genuine wood flour it can be sanded, stained, sawed, planed, or drilled like ordinary wood.
This filler works best when it is used to fill cracks or holes in wood. Spread evenly into cracks or holes, let dry, and sand smooth to the surface being repaired. Paint or stain to match the wood surface. It can also be revitalized with acetone if becomes dry in the can.
ACTS LIKE REAL WOOD
Can be sawed, drilled, sanded, planed, and nailed when completely set.
EASY TO COLOR
Readily accepts dry paint powder, pigment powders, stains, and paints prior to application to create a custom color wood filler.
INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR USE
Can be used indoors or outdoors and is waterproof when set.
WON’T CRACK OR SHRINK
Can be spread evenly into cracks and holes without crumbling or cracking.
Hard finish with little or no shrinkage.
Takes oils, stains, milk paint, and paints evenly with minimal sanding. For the best results, we suggest adding the stain, milk paint, or pigment powder to the raw wood filler prior to use.
- For best adhesion, cracks or defects should be clean and dry. If you plan to color the wood filler, you have the option to add the stain or Real Milk Paint to raw wood filler prior to use.
- Press wood filler firmly into defect by hand or with putty knife.
- Fill deep holes (1/4″ or deeper) in two or more applications. Allow each layer to dry before the next application.
- Lower temperatures require longer drying periods.
- Avoid getting excess material on surfaces around application area.
- When dry, sand flush with surrounding surfaces.
- Surfaces may be milk painted, stained, varnished, lacquered, waxed, shellacked, or sealed with Finishing Oil when the wood filler is dry.
- Close container after each use, place the lidded surface down and the artwork in the upright, readable position.
- Try staining a sample piece to check color match before staining your completed work. To help color match, add a small amount of stain to wood filler before using. A little care in staining or painting will reward your efforts. Use commercial solvents, such as acetone, to clean up.