Selleys No More Cracks Wood Filler gives a superior durable finish on interior timber. It is stainable, paintable and has excellent adhesion.

Features

  • Dries fast to a natural pine colour
  • Excellent sandability
  • Can be tinted, stained, painted or varnished
  • Can be nailed or planed
  • Minimal shrinkage

Where can this product be used?

  • Ideal for interior timber filling applications
  • Cracks and dents on timber furniture
  • End grains.  

What materials is this product suitable for?

  • Timber

Please contact your store to confirm avaliability, as some stores may have a limited range.

Size  270g Tub
  580g Tub
Colours Pine
Technology Water Based
Use Interior
  1. Ensure the surface to be filled is clean and dry with no loose or powdery material.
  2. Use a filling blade or scraper to firmly press the filler in and scrape off excess, this will minimise sanding.
  3. Allow to dry for 2-3 hours, depending on humidity and then sand back with fine sand paper.
  4. For a perfect finish apply another thin coat of filler, allow to dry before sanding lightly with very fine sand paper. For best results apply an undercoat before your top coat.

        Limitations:

  • Where movement occurs, use Selleys No More Gaps.
  • For interior use only.

 

  • For a perfect finish and to minimise sanding, slightly overfill and sand back with fine (>200 grit) sandpaper upon drying, then apply a final thin coat of filler and allow to dry before sanding lightly with very fine (>400 grit) sandpaper.
  • When tinting or staining, note that the final colour is not achieved until varnish is applied.
  • Start off with light application of stain as the tone can then be progressively darkened by applying more stain to obtain the desired tone – if possible work first on a inconspicuous area or an off-cut, to determine amount of staining required for a perfect colour-match.
  • For best results if painting, apply an undercoat before your top coat.

 

  • Uncured product may be removed with water.
  • Cured product can be removed by sanding and scraping.

 

 


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