Model # 21434

Internet #100138345

Store SKU #814403

DAP Plastic Wood 4 oz. Walnut Solvent Wood Filler
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DAP

Plastic Wood 4 oz. Walnut Solvent Wood Filler

$478 /each

Overview

Repair wood furniture, doors, paneling and moulding with this DAP 4 oz. Walnut Plastic Wood Filler that features an anti-shrink formula and can be sanded and stained to match the surrounding wood.
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Product Overview

Repair wood furniture, doors, paneling and moulding with this DAP 4 oz. Walnut Plastic Wood Filler that features an anti-shrink formula and can be sanded and stained to match the surrounding wood.

Product Overview

Model #: 21434
Sku #: 814403
Internet #: 100138345

Repair wood furniture, doors, paneling and moulding with this DAP 4 oz. Walnut Plastic Wood Filler that features an anti-shrink formula and can be sanded and stained to match the surrounding wood.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.5
Product Height (in.)
2
Product Size (oz.)
4
Product Width (in.)
2.5 in

Details

Color/Finish
Walnut
Drying Time (hours)
2 h
Features
Paintable,Sandable,Shrink Resistant
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Pack Size
12
Paint Tool Product Type
Wood Filler
Patching & Repair Product Type
Wood Restoration
Product Weight (lb.)
0.4lb

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.5
Product Height (in.)
2
Product Size (oz.)
4
Product Width (in.)
2.5 in

Details

Color/Finish
Walnut
Drying Time (hours)
2 h
Features
Paintable,Sandable,Shrink Resistant
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Pack Size
12
Paint Tool Product Type
Wood Filler
Patching & Repair Product Type
Wood Restoration
Product Weight (lb.)
0.4lb

Questions & Answers

How much working time do you have with this product

Asked by: DEEZE
Sufficient to do the job.
Answered by: DTM
Date published: 2018-06-28

I have a large chunk of wood to repair. About half the size of a standard wall brick. Can I use...

I have a large chunk of wood to repair. About half the size of a standard wall brick. Can I use the entire 16 oz. container as a moldable block of putty? I am not looking for the final finished surface, just something I can "Bondo" in to fill most of the removed rotted wood. It will be covered with a thin layer of outdoor surface putty and then painted.
Asked by: SZ939
We do not recommend this use of DAP PLASTIC WOOD All-Purpose Latex Wood Filler for large format applications, such as you describe. For larger format repair (restoration work, rot repair, etc.) the use of more specialized repair products such as two-component epoxies would be recommended.
Answered by: DAPProductExpert
Date published: 2018-06-22

After using it can I drill in to it?

The wood on my door frame is damage. Need to fill the hole were the rod goes into the door. Will drill a new hole for the rod. Which will allow me to close the door.
Asked by: Bob
No, this product is too brittle.
Answered by: doug
Date published: 2018-06-19

Can this be used to fill cracks on stair risers?

Asked by: Patriots
Yes....it does not "repair" or reinforce but will fill cracks easily...take the time with sandpaper/file/you choose so wood is properly prepped...bare..no stain...dirt...paint...junk....force it in and around with a trowel...remove excess...and let it cure!!! it will not seperate..crack away from wood...for years of stair stepping...you can sand stain paint whatever...with proper prep and curing time this product will hold up...has become my best friend as I am a weldor...hate woodwork...even though I am good at it I cover up my mistakes or existing problems...also helps keep cracks from spreading...just my opinion after years replacing and cursing when this product works very well filling cracks...even on heavily traveled wood such as stairs... did I mention I hate woodworking and there are people far better with more experience...who might disagree...i might as well just tape this tube to my miter saw and every piece of molding I buy
Answered by: Nomad
Date published: 2018-02-18
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Customer Reviews

Plastic Wood 4 oz. Walnut Solvent Wood Filler is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 236.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have been using this product for the past 2 years. Works well for repairing dings in carmel-col... I have been using this product for the past 2 years. Works well for repairing dings in carmel-colored oak engineered wood floors and filling in the nailheads on new oak stair treads. To match the wood filler to the oak, I mixed a bit of the oak stain (a few drops) in a small amount polyurethane (plastic bottle cap half full) to spot seal and color the wood filler. I couldn’t apply the stain directly to the wood filler as the color quickly became too dark. Some of the floor repairs and also painted trim repaired on window sills and doorways (from what looked like an aggressive dog) are about 2 years old, and still look impressive. Also patched some small holes in exterior Hardiboard and painted the patch. That’s holding up well, too. The product packaging is excellent. I found the stored-shelf-life can be extended a year by cleaning the lip of the container & cap, then covering the unused wood-filler with a cut-to-size square of food-wrap and sprinkle a few small drops of water on top of food wrap.
Date published: 2018-05-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Why is this half full? I was more than surprised when I bought this wood filler yesterday only t... Why is this half full? I was more than surprised when I bought this wood filler yesterday only to find upon opening the 3 inch deep container today it was only filled half way with wood filler (see picture). Yes, it probably did weigh 32 ounces as stated on the label, but when you are looking at products on the store shelf and trying to judge how much you will need, you look at the volume of the container (which is white so you cannot see into it). I was very disappointed that I will have to make another run to the store to buy more wood filler. I hope DAP will consider filling their containers so all of us DIY'ers will not have to make a second trip for more wood filler.
Date published: 2018-06-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I bought this product to fill rotten holes in my outdoor deck railing. I filled it in let it cur... I bought this product to fill rotten holes in my outdoor deck railing. I filled it in let it cure for 2 days and I believed it worked great. Then the rain came today and washed it out. I called DAP and the customer service agent acted like I should have known you have to paint this right away to protect it from the rain. However, when you read all the directions it doesn't even mention this. I pointed this out to her and she said its latex of course it will fail in the rain. Ok I am not a painter or a chemist I need directions that clearly state that this product should not be used if any chance of rain is in the forecast. I planned on sanding and painting to match my railing but the weather had other plans. Don't be fooled by the word "plastic" in the product. If this was plastic the rain would not bother it.
Date published: 2018-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used this product to fill a large gouge in a board on my deck. I filled it in three layers, all... I used this product to fill a large gouge in a board on my deck. I filled it in three layers, allowing each to dry completely. After the last one dried, I sanded it smooth and stained it along with the rest of the deck. It looks great, and so far (only a week), it is holding up well. Time will tell how good a product it really is, but right now I am very happy with the fix.
Date published: 2018-05-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Long time user.....disappointed! As a custom cabinet builder, I've use this product for years. The last tub I bought wasn't even half full! The one side was only about a 1/2" deep. I wish I would've weighed it but I had 6 cabinets waiting for paint.
Date published: 2018-05-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I bought two (2) tubs of this product. Let it dry for 2 days then I sanded it. It looked like it ... I bought two (2) tubs of this product. Let it dry for 2 days then I sanded it. It looked like it was going to fill the cracks in the grain of the wood. Also looked like it was going to fill in some knots and indentations. I had high hopes that my deck was going to look so good when it was sanded and then I could apply my expensive deck paint/sealer. Well I was so wrong. As I started to sand it just came out of the cracks in the grain and most all I had put down with the plastic putty knife. I broke the plastic and switched to a metal one. Either way neither mattered. Stuff did not meet my expectations. My waste of several hours and my money.
Date published: 2018-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from After asking repairmen what they would charge for projects, I decided to fix my wood problems mys... After asking repairmen what they would charge for projects, I decided to fix my wood problems myself. I knew I could dig out the rotten wood and then fill with this Natural Plastic Wood Filler. Then I gave a few coats of paint and I should be good for another 10 years. Plus I saved $500.00 fixing my four posts that had rotted in the decorative molding. This is a picture of the worst post's molding where I dug out the rotted wood and then filled in. I think I could have smoothed out the filler better, but I just could not stand being out in all the pollen. I have more projects to do and will save a lot more money doing it myself!
Date published: 2018-05-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I used the plastic wood this weekend and was a little disappointed in the fact that the top 2/3rd... I used the plastic wood this weekend and was a little disappointed in the fact that the top 2/3rd of the wood was too dry to spread correctly. I had to dig down to the bottom 1/3 to get a thinner consistency. After drying it sanding fine and took paint well. I have to see how it holds up in time. I have used to use the plastic wood that came in a can. The instruction said you could add acetone to thin it if became too hard. There are no helpful hints on the new container. It would be helpful if they gave instructions on thinning.
Date published: 2018-05-22
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