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Minwax

Model 21600

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Store SKU #692301

12 oz. High-Performance Wood Filler

$12.96 /each
  • Permanently repairs damaged wood
  • Can anchor screws and secure loose joints in furniture
  • Highly rated for quality material and ease of use (see reviews)

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Fix your damaged wood surfaces with this Minwax 12 oz. High-Performance Wood Filler. It bonds strongly to wood as well as most rigid surfaces such as ceramics, concrete, metal and fiberglass.

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  • Fills gouges and holes in split, damaged or rotted exterior and interior wood
  • Recommended for use on windowsills, doors, woodwork, floors, decks and furniture
  • Sandable after 30 minutes
  • Resistant to weather, water, rotting and shrinking
  • Dries in 30 minutes
  • Apply with narrow putty knife
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Need a product to fill/ repair exterior shutters (to be painted), which has reasonable set time (>5 min(+) and is moldable (for corners).

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Bondo sets too quickly & is not moldable, in my opinion- could you work it into small cube- like a clay?
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This product is very much like Bondo, and so it sets quickly and isn't really moldable, since it begins to cure in as little as one to two minutes--not ten to fifteen minutes as the label claims. After you mix in the hardener, it goes from a consistency of peanut butter, almost straight to a rubbery, non-moldable consistency within a couple minutes, and then begins to harden. The time this takes depends Read More
This product is very much like Bondo, and so it sets quickly and isn't really moldable, since it begins to cure in as little as one to two minutes--not ten to fifteen minutes as the label claims. After you mix in the hardener, it goes from a consistency of peanut butter, almost straight to a rubbery, non-moldable consistency within a couple minutes, and then begins to harden. The time this takes depends on temperature and humidity. If you work very fast, and don't need to shape it very much, you might be able to shape it about a minute or so after you mix it with its hardener, but because it begins to cure so quickly, you can't mix up a lot of it or else it will harden before you can apply and shape all of it, so any amount you want to shape has to be fairly small. Read Less
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August 31, 2015
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This product can be molded and dries in 30 minutes.
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can i fill in a door knob hole with this product???

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I'm turning an old door into a pocket door so I need to fill in where the old knob is and recut for new pocket door hardware
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June 28, 2016
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Yes, you can fill in a door knob hole with the product.
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can this product be used to fix holes in mobile home wall paneling?

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May 2, 2016
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This product fills holes in wood. If it is a different type of panel, you may need to use a wall hole patch with a drywall patching compound instead.
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have a six x 2 " rotted hole in annnn exterior post. Will this product fill and strengthen post hole?

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Yes, this will work.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not a good product I bought this product to fill gaps in a table that I made. Right off the bat, when I opened the can, the smell was awful. It was 5x as strong as spray paint. I followed the directions, and I learned after making a big batch that it is not workable for 10 minutes, it is only workable for about three before it set up. I went a hair lighter on the hardener and put it on and it never set up. Now I'm in a pickle! June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good result Under direct sunlight in hot summer, you may have about 1 minutes before it hardens. However, the result is hard and solid and paintable with water based paint on my window repair project. July 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by best "wood" filler This is the best "wood" filler I have found. I usually use premium grade auto body filler for filling screw holes, nail holes or other voids, and I usually use premium grade auto body glazing putty for small holes and scratches, etc.. This Minwax filler has a much longer set time than auto body products, so for applications where I need a longer set time or if I need a filler that approximates the color of wood, I will probably use this product. For painted wood, I will still be using auto body filler and putty because their "creaminess" makes for a better end result. If your choice is between a lesser quality auto body filler, such as Bondo, this Minwax filler is a much better choice. February 22, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not so good I bought some of this wood filler, and was very disappointed did not do what it was suppose to do. Would not take stain, yes it was stainable. Did not flow easily when squeezing tube. After staining patch work stood out like a sore thumb. Yes I used min-wax oak stain. July 31, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Misleading I had high hopes for this product thinking "oh it has great reviews! Just what I need". Big mistake. Everytime you open the can, horrid vapors can be smelled, even if outside. The product is incredibly sticky/messy in applying. Almost impossible to measure 1/16 of any amount you're using as a result. And a very short window for applying the filler. By the way, this does not take stain well at all. March 28, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Its the same as Bondo only 4x more $$ Sure this wood-filler works. But, its basically Bondo Light weight body filler and Home Depot stocks it for $2 less and you get 3x more product. This mixes and applies the same as Bondo. April 14, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It does the job I'm no pro. In fact, I'm the definition of novice. I read tons of reviews before trying this stuff as my project was to fill the countersunk screw holes in my stairs before staining (my stairs were very squeaky, thus the screws). I'd read that this stuff was tough to match stain. This made me nervous, but I think I found a really great method for using this product. First, I did my mixing in a ziploc sandwich bag--put the two components in, seal the top, and smush with your fingers gently. Second, I snipped a small hole in one corner. Third, squeeze desired amount into the screw hole; overfilling slightly. For my purposes I found it best to not wipe with a putty knife, but rather just sand so the hole filled completely and didn't go below surface. About 20 minutes after filling the hole, I sanded with 220, wiped clean, and using a Q-tip I dabbed stain on the putty. Quick wipe and then I was done. It's almost unnoticeable after staining the rest of the stair. (I did try other methods including adding stain directly to the filler. This did not work for me at all.) January 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This stuff rocks I used several cans of this is replace a rotted exterior threshold and the bottom stiles of an exterior french door. I basically rebuilt the door with this stuff. mixed with hardener supplied in small batches, was able to be molded in about 10 minutes, dried rock hard in 30 minutes, and was sanded and painted all in same day this was no small hole folks - this door was in severe disrepair, and I tried this as a last resort for an elderly neighbor who had not noticed the level of damage upstairs for years November 15, 2013
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