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Zinsser 1-qt. Ready Patch Spackling and Patching Compound
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Zinsser

1-qt. Ready Patch Spackling and Patching Compound

$5.98 /each

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Zinsser 1-gal. Ready Patch Spackling and Patching Compound is designed to combine the workability of spackling paste with the strength of plaster to provide long-lasting results. It is smooth, easy to apply and sand and very hard when cured. This full-bodied product is durable enough for your most heavy-duty repairs, indoors or out.

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  • Recommended for application to new or previously painted wood, hardboard, metal, drywall, cured plaster, masonry
  • Use to fill gaps, holes and cracks in metal, wood and masonry
  • Sandable and paintable
  • Resists shrinking, sagging and cracking
  • Fast-drying and hard curing
  • Dries to touch in 1 hour
  • Clean up with mineral spirits

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Is this considered "epoxy compound" and is it suitable to repair crumbling cinder block walls?

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Simi Valley, CA
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It is not an epoxy compound and is not suitable for cinder block
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It is not an epoxy.
This product does not provide structural strength. Cosmetic applications only. Others said it does not perform well on the exposed exterior.
Think about it as of harder joint compound.
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March 10, 2015
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regarding crumbling cinder block walls, no - definitely not. This product is great for patching holes, missing plaster and the like but any crack(s) in the block need proper repair.
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This is definitely NOT an epoxy. An epoxy is a two-part product that contains a resin and a hardener. When mixed, it cures very strong.
This product, however, is not a two part product, and I'm almost certain it is not intended to be used as a structural fix. If your situation is structural, I would advise seeking professional advice. If its just cosmetic, it might do the job for you.
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Can I use Ready Patch to close a gap between the bathroom wall and the Tub Spout it's about a 1in gap?

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http://www.homedepot.com/p/Oatey-14-oz-Plumber-s-Putty-311662/202312407
Or if you can see it:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/GE-Silicone-II-10-1-oz-White-Kitchen-and-Bath-Caulk-HD5070X2-72C/204768743
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August 29, 2016
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Happy to help, Johnny! Zinsser Ready Patch Spackling and Patching Compound is suitable for use on metal, masonry, and tile. Surfaces to be patched must be clean, dry, and in sound condition. If necessary, wash thoroughly with detergent and water to remove dust, dirt, grime, and other contaminants that can interfere with adhesion. Rinse well and let dry before patching. Remove any poorly adhering existing Read More
Happy to help, Johnny! Zinsser Ready Patch Spackling and Patching Compound is suitable for use on metal, masonry, and tile. Surfaces to be patched must be clean, dry, and in sound condition. If necessary, wash thoroughly with detergent and water to remove dust, dirt, grime, and other contaminants that can interfere with adhesion. Rinse well and let dry before patching. Remove any poorly adhering existing coatings by sanding and/or scraping. Remove loose, dried caulk and replace where necessary. If holes are wide and over ¼” deep, two or more applications are recommended. Read Less
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If I use this to fill in worn screw holes, when cured, would I be able to screw into the compound and have the screw hold?

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May 26, 2016
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This can be used to fill all gaps, holes and cracks in metal, wood and masonry.
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May 26, 2016
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KP, it depends on what it needs to hold. The Zinsser Ready Patch Spackling and Patching Compound is not considered an anchor. It's very likely that it'll work for you; however, it's best to test it to make sure you're getting the results you need.
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Can the ready patch be used in a pool, to repair a small crack? It would be underwater

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September 21, 2016
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Rust-Oleum Zinsser Ready Patch Spackling and Patching Compound is not recommended on surfaces that will be constantly submerged in water such as bathtubs, sinks, pools and hotubs because its adhesion properties will weaken.
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1-qt. Ready Patch Spackling and Patching Compound is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from used outside on wood Looked nice at first filled gaps and smoothed repair, one year later started peeling back off the prepped surface, I used this on fiberglass resin over wood on a garage door, I have not used it inside yet but after this outcome if I'm patching wood I'll find a better product to use. Save your money. Now I have to sand off the peeling patch feather in a Faux finish that looks like Wood grain that took me about 5 steps to do. I'm not happy. If you think it might be my Prep work, your wrong I spent about 3 days preparing this door before primer even touched the brush and it was in about 70-75 DEGREE weather outside. I spent about a week doing the 5 steps and coats of different paints. each coat including the patch had 24 hours cure time.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gourmet Spackling Compound Excellent product, wish I would have discovered this years ago. Just found out its been the go-to product for professionals for years. For a dollar more its worth it. Spreads like cream, and non-shrink. I found the product to be almost completely shrink free and totally crack-free, in fact I was amazed. I'll never buy regular spackle again - I finally I found an exterior Spackle that I can have faith in.
Date published: 2016-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product I wouldn't call it spackle. I use it to patch and skim much larger areas due to its durability an it's firm but workable consistency.it doesn't Crack like compound and it dries quickly.works well on wood for nail holes as well due to its lack of shrinking. I give it an A
Date published: 2015-12-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from good spackle, could use plastic container This is the best of the readily available spackles, but like all spackles, it shrinks to a degree. Its odor is also slightly irritating as it contains mineral spirits and VM&P naphtha. My issue with it is the packaging. It comes in a metal can. The spackle solvent carrier is an emulsion of water and mineral spirits. I use half a can at a time, then put it on a shelf for a few months as I am a handyman and save it for future use. The problem is that the can rusts internally from the water vapor. Specks of oxide drop onto the surface and down the sides of the shrunken mass. The remainder of the can is unusable and must be tossed. This has happened to three cans of this I bought over the years. A plastic tub would be much better to my thinking as the rust problem wouldn't exist.
Date published: 2015-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Happy I have been very happy with this product. I have used it on exterrior jobs to prep facia boards for paint and also on craftier jobs. On one project in particular, I used it to fill all the cracks and voids in a project I built from low grade plywood. It took a few applications, but by the end everything was perfectly smooth and ready for paint. After a paintjob you couldn't see any plywood cracks, joint seams, or plywood edges.
Date published: 2014-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MH Ready Patch works I used this product on the exterior of house built in 1978. The old T1-11 siding was checked and cracked and in places had a honeycomb look with pin holes. I took the surface down to bare wood and primed with Peel Bond. The I used ready patch, sanded and primed again. When my finish coat was applied the surface looked awesome. I like this product because it dries quickly, sands smooth and is very easy to use. I had no issues with bubbling or peeling over the patched areas. I highly recommend this product.
Date published: 2011-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from H W Ready Patch great stuff This "spackle" was a revelation--unlike other spackle, it can be used anywhere, and it's completely easy to handle and work with. I have used it on wood, plaster, and outdoor brick. I even plugged large voids with it, drilled into it to hang stuff, easily rebuilt cracked and sagging plaster knee wall, rebuilt deteriorating porch trim. It takes paint beautifully --in short, iit is holding our old house together--literally. AND, if that was not enough, you can paint over it as soon as the surface is dry--minutes. It goes on smooth as satin, but you can also sand it. It spreads so thin with a wallboard knife that even an amateur like me can feather it out to turn uneven cracked areas into smooth wall. Love this stuff!
Date published: 2011-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I've used this product to repair missing wood from fascia chewed by a squirrel, deteriorated garage door side trim near the ground, and water damaged soffit. It dries to a hard surface that's almost like sanding wood and can easily be blended with the surrounding area. If appled in thicker coats it takes a lot longer to dry than light weight spackling to dry. I've experienced no shrinkage and the repairs I've made with it look great.
Date published: 2011-10-24
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