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Ronseal High performance White Ready mixed Wood Filler 550g
- 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
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Does the job (and know the limitations)
King of Window Repair - 2 months ago
Does the job of filling large wooden voids. I used it to rebuild the bottom of a timber sash window and the final look was quite good, if I say so myself. Just be aware that the tin is not completely full, more like half to two thirds full, as presumably a headspace is required. Also it is only workable for about 15 minutes after mixing with the hardener, so don't mix more than you can work with in 15 minutes.
It is not "ready mixed" Who thought it was??
FD alias - 3 months ago
I have bought this many times. It is NOT "ready mixed"... it requires a chemical reaction to make it work... and it works brilliantly!
Hardener with no colour
Had my Phil - 4 months ago
The instructions tell you to mix hardener until an even colour is achieved. The hardener and filler were both white, good luck with mixing that evenly. It is also too quick to go off unless youre working inside a freezer..
flaxcottage - 5 months ago
Great stuff. Does what it says on the tin. Quick setting, sandable, takes paint well and lasts for years.
Nice wood filler, but sets quickly
Tzimi - 8 months ago
This has become my go-to wood filler, and in addition to wood, I've used it for filling small holes in plaster, plastic, and metal. The only thing is, you have to work quickly & only mix small amounts as it starts to go off quickly, probably within a couple of minutes. You also have to factor-in the mixing time. I've found that it's not easy to get a smooth finish just with the filler knife, so it usually needs sanding after it's set. However, once sanded it's very smooth & produces a ferfect finish which can be primed & painted, or varnished etc. I'm always tempted to add too much hardener, but doing so reduces the working time considerably, so it's better to add less rather than more.