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Unknown - size and depth of the fill area will determine the amount of product used.
I would say it will as long as you totally dry the putty. Good luck
That's pretty much exactly what this is designed for.
Hardwood flooring should always reach what is referred to as moisture equilibrium and always be in a controlled environment.(refer to manufacturer's acclimation/environmental standards) If the gaps present on site are seasonal, you may want to let them expand and contract. If the gaps have remained over several seasonal changes, then yes, this product would be an excellent choice for your project needs.
No. Get the color you need. It's lighter if sanded and darker if coated in wet look sealer.
This putty is acrylic base and should Not crack during the drilling process. This method is not specific to the product and the putty is Not warranted for performance.
Apply putty into damaged areas with a flat putty knife to ensure very little excess material is left on the surface. After applying, simply remove excess putty with a cloth immediately and completely.
Yes, this product can be sanded, panted and sealed once cured.
Great Question RC. No, Roberts Putty is used to fill gaps, nicks and scratches on interior Wood, Laminate and Vinyl flooring installations.
Yes. But not a flex product. Make floor stationary before applying.