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Polycell Polyfilla for Wood General Repairs – Tube
Polycell Polyfilla for Wood General Repairs is a ready to use multi purpose woodfiller for general and minor repairs to interior and exterior wood. The formulation is quick drying, giving a tough and durable fill that flexes with the natural movement of wood.
- Will not shrink or crack.
- Can be nailed or screwed.
- Ready to use, low odour formulation.
- Quick drying, easy to sand.
- Water resistant, interior and exterior use.
- ToolsFilling knife
- Difficulty leveltwo stars
- Pack size75g and 330g
- ColorDark / Light / Medium / White
- Drying timeCan be painted, stained or varnished in 2 hours (depending on conditions)
- DepthFills up to 10mm deep in one application
How to apply
- Difficulty levelstarstwo stars difficultylevel
Knead the tube with your fingers to mix the product.
Apply the filler and work it well into the damage, using a wet filling knife.
Leave the filler slightly proud for sanding once dried.
For deeper damages, build up in layers of 10mm, letting the product dry in between layers (approx. 2 hours).
Once dry, sand the filler so it is even with the surface and dust off.
If desired, finish with a stain, varnish or paint.
Note: The filler may stain or varnish differently to the surrounding wood. For best results we recommend matching the colour of the filler as closely to the surface to be filled as possible and filling a small test area first to ensure acceptable appearance. Do not use with wood dye.
Tools you need
- Filling knife
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