|Product Depth (in.)||1.5 in||Product Height (in.)||10 in|
|Product Size (oz.)||3 oz||Product Width (in.)||2 in|
|Color When Dry||White||Features||Paintable, Sandable|
|Included||No Additional Items Included||Interior/Exterior||Exterior, Interior|
|Paint Tool Product Type||Patching and Repair Product||Patching & Repair Product Type||Spackle|
|Product Weight (lb.)||.364 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
A: You should allow the product to dry for 24 hours before sanding and applying a finish coat.
A: Once the filler has cured, you should be able to drill a small hole into the area but we do not recommend hanging something heavy in the same spot.
A: Not a good idea for wood trim. It’s for Sheetrock repairs.
A: Yes, this product will fill small cracks in corner areas of crown molding, reconnect spots where baseboards have nudged away from walls, and fill holes in drywall. The Saint-Gobain Adfors spackle-with-tool device makes each of these projects easier to accomplish than we had anticipated.
A: Not sure it would work for that. It works great on Sheetrock though.
A: The Saint-Gobain hole filler is composed of a white, gluey substance similar to spackling compound; it is designed to fill holes in drywall, ceramic tile, and perhaps wood. From its look and feel, it does not seem logical to use it on aluminum or other types of metal.