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Ronseal Multi purpose White Ready mixed Wood Filler 325g
- Suitable for Wood
Features and benefits
This multipurpose wood filler can be used for any small wood repairs. It'll leave a tough repair that flexes with the movement of your wood, so it won't crack. Once dry, simply sand, then stain, varnish or paint over.
- Can be sanded, planed, filed, nailed and screwed
- Dries in just 2 hours
- Fills in 5mm layers
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.
Absolute waste of money
HarrietN - 31 days ago
I purchased this in store and hadn't read any reviews. I chose this brand over the cheaper B&Q filler based on the name.
As with the previous review, the filler wouldn't come out and the with the pressure of trying, the bottom of the tube burst. I ended up cutting across the bottom to access the filler. It defeated the object as I chose the tube to be able to fill the gap easier.
Really difficult to use
mike8629 - 3 months ago
I had not read previous reviews of this filler before buying it. I had to press so hard to get anything to come out of the top that the base of the tube burst. I put the filler onto the wood to repair it, and left it two days to dry. The screws fell out shortly after going in. Utter rubbish.
Not an free flowing product
Mac156 - 3 years ago
I brought this a few weeks ago think I didn't need much.
But this wood filler was too thick to squeeze from the tube.
It didn't want to stay on the pallet knife and would have been better in a tub
Easy to use
Eddy11 - 3 years ago
Purchased to fill nail holes and cracks prior to painting, easy
DOESN'T DO WHAT IT SAYS
Marty0904 - 4 years ago
After taking ages to get anything out of the tube, I cut more off the nozzle What I got was a soft gunge certainly not wood filler. "ready in two hours " This wouldn't hardrn in two days. Binned it and bought a cheaper alternative from a local DIY shop. Did exactly what I wanted it to.