I'll recommend using Bondo type Wood Filler. The two-part formula mixes into a wood-like or at least one part like Plastic Wood 16 oz. Natural Solvent Wood Filler from DAP's. Wood elements and silicone really don't go together well, if really needed I would put good bonding primers before try to fill with any of products
It depends on what you mean by "hardie board"...if you mean Hardie-brand cement backerboard then NO, absolutely NOT!!!! For Hardie brand (or other brands) of cement backerboard, the only item that should be used to fill screw holes and joint seams is "thin-set mortar" which can usually be found near backerboard or in tile and grout sections. Yes, the label will say "thinset mortar." Also, only use the coated screws from the cement backerboard manufacturer to fasten backerboard. Read about the thin set mortar before purchase. Also, a special fiber joint tape must be used with thinset mortars. Even better yet than reading this forum would be to download and read the instructions from the backerboard, joint tape, screws and thinset mortar manufacturers. You might consider consulting local building code officials about this project, as well. If you have a woodworking project like trim around a door frame, then the DAP Plastic Wood Filler is ok, but not my favorite as it is a little hard to work with and not easy to apply. I prefer two-part epoxy filler. But that's just me. Good luck.
Thank you for posting your inquiry. DAP Plastic Wood All Purpose Wood Filler is an acrylic-latex (water-based) formula. Acrylic-Latex (water-based) formulas have very low odor, clean up with water and offer more working time (when compared to the traditional solvent-based Plastic Wood formula). Should you have any additional questions or require further assistance, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477.
Thank you for posting your inquiry on DAP Plastic Wood All Purpose Wood Filler (Squeeze Tube). The product package that you reference requires the removal (unscrewing) of the black plastic cap and the cutting of the clear application tip/nozzle to prepare the product for use. Should you have any additional questions or require further assistance, please free to contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477.
If you are filling some small repairs it would be ok. If for the seams? No, it will break due to expansion & contractions. For seams, (if you really felt the need to fill them), I'd use caulk, since it will give & take with movement.
Hello. Yes, it sure will. It’s an excellent product in my humble opinion. I hope that this helps you with your repair. Until next time, take care and keep them projects going!
Yes I used on wood deck flooring and painted over it.
Can was only half full
Yes but you feather edges before dry
Thank you for posting your inquiry. In theory, your intended use would be possible, however, because this product has a thick paste-like texture/consistency, filling such minor imperfections may prove to be challenging. Should you have any additional questions or require further assistance, please feel free to contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477.