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Model 13611

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Store SKU #151474

3.75 oz. Golden Oak Wood Putty

$3.47 /each

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This Minwax 3.75 oz. Golden Oak Wood Putty is perfect for covering up small imperfections in bare, painted, stained and finished wood. The putty is color-matched to blend in with wood finish stains.

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  • Non-hardening, pre-mixed formula designed to fill small holes and other minor imperfections in bare, stained or finished woodwork and paneling, molding, trims and doors
  • Color-matched to Minwax wood finish stains (sold separately)
  • Paintable
  • Shrink resistant
  • Requires no sanding for surface preparation
  • Applies with a putty knife (sold separately)
  • Cleans with soap and water
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People say it doesn't dry where used but it dries fast in the container how is this possible????????????????

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February 14, 2016
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Let me clarify one detail in my Feb. 12 answer. "Work it a bit and spread it out into a shallow cup "....
That should read "work it a bit and form the putty into a shallow cup".... I just meant stretch the putty out sort of flat and include a dimple to put your two drops of veg oil into. Good luck.
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Yes, it will dry in the container sooner than one would think. There's an easy solution. Dig all the putty out of the container with a flat screwdriver, work and kneed it in your hands. Some of the putty will feel okay and some places will have harder chunks. Work it a bit and spread it out into a shallow cup on a workbench or old plate on the kitchen table. Go to the cabinet and fetch your bottle of Read More
Yes, it will dry in the container sooner than one would think. There's an easy solution. Dig all the putty out of the container with a flat screwdriver, work and kneed it in your hands. Some of the putty will feel okay and some places will have harder chunks. Work it a bit and spread it out into a shallow cup on a workbench or old plate on the kitchen table. Go to the cabinet and fetch your bottle of cooking oil. One You Tube post shows using Canola oil but probably any vegetable oil will work. Carefully put into your putty cup two small drops of the oil and start folding the putty over and over, getting the oil distributed evenly. In just a minute or less of work your putty should be restored to like new condition, ready to use.
Do NOT use any solvent based liquid like paint thinner, mineral spirits or similar. It will ruin the putty. A tiny bit of vegetable oil - just two drops, no more - and you'll be happy. Look for a You Tube entry under the handle DirtFarmerJay. He's got a nice demo of this trick. Good luck. Read Less
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Is this stainable?

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I want to fill nail gun holes in oak before staining to make them completely disappear. It is a very dark stain (minwax antique black...see pic). I realize the holes are very small but I'm kind of a perfectionist. Will this hold stain color like oak?

I understand that it is paintable, but painting and staining are very different :-)
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No, this is not stainable
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So with that being said.. This is an oil based product correct?

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Meaning I wouldn't want to put on the exterior of a house before painting with a laytex?
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This is oil based.
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Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SO glad to find this product! I just bought today some Minwax Wood Putty to fill seams in an Allure floating vinyl plank floor my husband laid recently, per advice from the Allure manufacturer help line. (LawrenceB's review was *very* helpful, too.) did a couple of test spots, and it worked *guh-rate*! exactly what I was looking for, and better than expected. applied putty with my finger, wiped up residue with a dry paper towel (moist towel, as recommended on the jar label, didn't pick anything up). the color match is perfect (no mixing), the application and cleanup practically a no-brainer (i mean, a 5 year old could do it, seriously). talk about quick resolution to my novice-user anxiety... oh, and the price was *so* easy. now it's just the time to finish the job, and we'll see how it does with wear over time. but even that i'm not concerned about, as can just rub in a little more putty if needed. (ps, highly recommend the allure flooring, too. it's been in the bathroom for a year (golden maple) and looks and performs perfectly for us. installation is mostly done in the kitchen, and with the seam filler issue resolved, the rest should be down by the end of the weekend.) June 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Follow the directions, folks Those rating this product with one star please rethink. Those looking here for ideas about how well this putty works, keep reading. I worked for a contractor/carpenter completing many projects that included finish carpentry around doors and windows and baseboard. We used lots of this product with no problem. Granted, the boss was a professional with many years experience but as a rawboned rookie I learned to use the putty with a little practice. It will work for you if you take the time to READ the instructions and FOLLOW them. What's the first item in the instructions? "1) Stain and topcoat before applying putty." The newer containers even have " before" underlined, probably because Minwax was getting too many complains from users not following the directions. As pointed out by other posters this stuff is not a wood filler for large spots or flooring, and can not be sanded. Use this only as the last step in your installation over nail heads. This material is designed to stay soft for a reason: it will not shrink or crack over the long haul. That's what you want over your nail holes. Once more for the record: only use this putty at the end! Another advantage with this putty is the ability to mix colors to get a custom tint to blend with your finish. A little practice and you'll get it under control. Practice, practice, practice on stained and varnished (topcoat) material first. If it doesn't meet your needs take it back to HD (you kept your receipt, right?) and ask for something that will work. Good luck. February 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great on brad nail holes I used this product while refinishing some solid oak kitchen cabinets. I removed the original cabinet door knobs which had filigree style backplates that were secured with small brads at the top and bottom. After removing this hardware I cleaned the cabinet doors with an oil soap, filled the holes with the Minwax putty and then sanded with progressively finer grit until mirror smooth. The golden oak color putty matched exactly with the Minwax golden oak stain I applied and it blended in perfectly. May 18, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Know what it's good for I have used this product extensively for pre-finished hardwood flooring. It is excellent for filling minor cracks between boards. This is where the "will not harden" statement is so important. Hardwood floors experience seasonal expansion and contraction, primarily across the width of the boards (not the length). And because pre-finished hardwood flooring, as good as some brands are, is not perfect, you need to fill the occasional minor space between boards. Once these spaces are filled this soft product it's permanent and flexible. If you mistakenly tried to use a hardening wood filler for this purpose you'd have to refill the same cracks after every heating season. August 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Description unclear at best. When it says non-hardening, my immediate assumption is that it has a long shelf life. Because it's called wood putty. Not that it will never harden even after applied. Can't figure out when you would want a product that was permanently soft. I also question whether or not it's paintable. I can't think a soft play dough consistency would ever make an ideal surface for paint. Now I have to figure out how to clean this out of all the cracks, nail holes and crevices. And if real wood putty will stick to whatever is remaining. February 3, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Does not harden The problem is the size of the type on the label. I could not read with my glasses (in store light), but when I got home with a jewelers loupe. If I could of read "does not harden" or "stain and topcoat first" I never of purchased. February 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Use as Intended! This is a PUTTY, meant to cover small holes and cracks; it goes on AFTER the wood has been finished. It is NOT a filler and WILL NOT DRY, so if you think you can use this on unfinished wood, be prepared for a rude awakening. As a putty it works exceptionally well and is significantly easier to apply than a standard wax crayon. It needs to come in more colors but the available blends were close enough to hide the bulk of the brad holes. Much faster to apply and wipe clean than the crayons, easy to work with, inexpensive and a little goes a long way. October 27, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Read the directions before you buy this This does not harden and it says so right on the label. This product was excellent for me for covering brad heads and very small spots that would otherwise distract from my home made cabinets. An excellent product for a limited range of uses. This is not filler. Filler is for cracks and blemishes. Easy to work with and excess can be sanded off the next day if you put a little too much on. Good color that is slightly darker when you first apply it. August 23, 2013
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