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DAP 4 oz. Natural Plastic Wood Solvent Wood Filler


4 oz. Natural Plastic Wood Solvent Wood Filler

$4.48 /each

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Product Overview

This high-performance DAP 4 oz. Natural Plastic Wood Solvent Wood Filler hardens to create a surface and body that looks and acts like real wood. Use this filler for the look of natural wood on interior and exterior surfaces.

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  • Solvent-based formula hardens to give a surface and body that looks and acts like real wood
  • For use on interior and exterior furniture, doors, paneling, moulding, plywood and other wood surfaces
  • Can be sanded, stained, cut, drilled, planed, varnished, painted and lacquered
  • Anti-shrink formula
  • Dries in 2 hours
  • If used in an exterior application, filler must be coated with a high-quality coating after it has dried
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How do I put screws in the plastic wood?

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January 2, 2014
Put some of this in holes where the hinge on my cabinet door came loose. Now I am unable to put the screws back in. Is there a way to dissolve the Plastic wood filler. This is the brand I used.
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January 3, 2014
In order to install a screw into a hard setting wood repair product, you will need to drill pilot a hole (a small drill hole that allows the screw to be driven).
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4 oz. Natural Plastic Wood Solvent Wood Filler is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Two bd experiences Today I bought a tube of this to use to fill some cracks in my deck. As I squeezed the tube, it basically blew up in my hand. It was of no use. I bought the same product about a month ago and it was fine. A year or so ago, I tried the same product in a can. It was dry off the shelf. Years ago, this was a reliable product. Not so much so now it seems. You also used to be able to get, if I recall correctly, a decent sized tube of the product. All I can find now is around 2 oz tubes.
Date published: 2016-08-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Messy installed crown molding that was already stained and lacquered to cabinets. Used the walnut Plastic Wood to fill the nail holes and what a mess. This stuff sticks to lacquer like crazy. Impossible to wipe off. My intent was to fill the holes, lightly sand and then hit with stain and buff so as to not have to re-lacquer. Now, I have to wet sand with 400 grit just to get the excess filler off and will have to touch-up spray after finishing to get the sheen back. Any tips on how to avoid such a mess next time? Is there a solvent or something that will take this stuff of lacquer instead of elbow grease?
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I really want to love this This is my second tube. The first was a liquid, or so I thought. I used it to fill in hardware holes, but as I got half way down the tube, the product was really dry. It appears as though the liquid was supposed to be mixed in with the dry material, however, it must have separated while in the store shelf. I kneaded the product before use too, but I guess that didn't work. I just purchased a second tube this morning. Began working on my project, kneaded the tube, pressed the product into the nail hole, and it burst open from the top, aiming for my forehead and hair. I'm just glad it didn't get in my eyes. It's too bad because this product is exactly what I need! Stainable, durable and can be screwed again after it dries. I will give it one more try, but first I will return it back to the store.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst wood filler I've used Before first use I had to add acetone to be able to use. I got it to the consistency of peanut butter. The spot that I had to fill was quite small but to make it blend I extended about 3 inches to each side of the area to be repaired before I could get to the midway point the plastic wood that was being spread was drying so quickly that within 1 minute of starting it was unworkable
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Definitely not satisfied I had to match some laminate flooring and the match wasn't perfect so there were some gaps to fill. I filled the gaps with your plastic wood and some of the filling came out after a few days and what was left crumbled. Very unhappy with the results.
Date published: 2016-12-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Impossible to sand Purchased this product to fill 16g nail holes of my outdoor planter. This stuff sticks to everything (fingers, putty knife) and very difficult to wash off. Dries fast, but VERY difficult to sand. Smells like a strong solvent - you need to ventilate the room. 30 or so small holes took an hour and change to sand smooth. Applicatiion was also tough - small amout sticks to your knife or your finger, more of it sticks to the wood, but then sending it down becomes a torture. A much much better product is Elmer's Wood Filler - easy to apply, sand and paint and washes off with water. Hope it helps someone.
Date published: 2011-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What you want in a wood filler It quickly hardens to a very wood-like hardness and consistency, bonding very well to the wood so that when you sand it down it blends right in with the wood grain. This is what you want in a wood filler. It is no harder to sand than the wood itself, by the way. I've tried another brand mentioned in another reivew and it was gritty, weak and flaked off when sanding, rolling out of the filled holes. This is a far superior product.
Date published: 2013-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I have been using this for more years than I want to count. It works well in small holes and dries quickly. It sands smooth and blends in well. It is difficult to remove from skin but so what. Works best with hand application.
Date published: 2013-01-18
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