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Ronseal High performance Natural Ready mixed Wood Filler 275g
3 for 2 on indoor paint. Discount applied at checkout.
- Suitable for Wood
Features and benefits
Ronseal High Performance Wood Filler rebuilds rotten wood and hardens in just 30 minutes. Its unique two-part system creates seriously tough repairs to virtually any interior or exterior wood. You can fill to any depth and even drill, screw or plane it.
- Fill deep holes in one application - for all major repairs
- Hardens in just 30 minutes
- Easy to sand
- Can be drilled, screwed or planed
- Perfect colour match
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
rather challenging to mix
branddan - 1 month ago
This is a 2 component filler. There is loads of filler but only one tiny 'sachet' of hardener. It is very difficult to measure. You probably need to use the whole tub in one go.
For the small bit I used it did work very well and is easy to sand.
Wrongly advertised by B & Q.
Old Fart - 2 months ago
Advertised as ready mixed by B & Q it is in fact a far superior two part filler.
Read the instructions fully !
Anonymous - 4 months ago
I did exactly what the instructions stated. Mixing the whole tin as one reviewer did will result in a lot of very hard filler as it goes off very quickly, small amounts at a time and it’s perfect. Work quickly too so you waste less. Read the instructions!
Didn’t do what it said on the tin! Avoid!
Londoner2020 - 10 months ago
Appears to go on well, but we used on window sills to protect against weather damage and frustratingly the wood stain applied to it peeled off within one year producing deep cracks and crumbling. We contacted Ronseal but they dismissed it as being due to the preparation and advised us to contact the paint manufacturer which we did. Johnstones were a lot more professional and even carried out a lab analysis of samples of the flaked paint. Their conclusion was that the failure of the product was due to the surface as the coating did bond to the filler but the filler itself cracked. We are now planning to replace our windows as they look unsightly, are too high maintenance, but more importantly are not protecting against the elements.
Please Please Don't waste your Money and time.
Pylon20 - 10 months ago
I followed the instructions to the letter. Golf ball size filler, Pea size hardener. Mix in lid using provided spatula. Started to fill countersunk screw holes, by the fifth one it started to go off, never did another.I was left with excess hardened filler on spatula and inside tin lid. Will look for something less messy and easy to use.