Fillers in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... to use, but it is a bit of a faff and unless you take particular care with your mixing, you can end up with the wrong ... more
Customer Fillers in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 16/08/11 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I find myself making quite extensive use of fillers during the course of my DIY activities. There are a huge number available and they come in a variety of formats: Powder - which you mix yourself Paste - which comes ready mixed in a tub Tube - you just squeeze out what you want Aerosol - aim and fire! They each have their merits and I have used them all. Powder is undoubtedly the most economic to use, but it is a bit of a faff and unless you take particular care with your mixing, you can end up with the wrong consistency or leftover powder which has not been properly mixed in. It's also a bit messy. Paste - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/01, updated on 10/03/05 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I have recently moved away from the powder type fillers that require adding water to the ready mixed varieties. I wish I had started to use these before. To be honest although they are a bit more expensive the ease of use and results really do show through. When using a powder filler not only do you need to use water but also a suitable container (all very messy). Also once mixed you have a very limited timescale before the filler starts to set and becomes unusable. For normal day to day decorating you will find holes and cracks that all need filling but only require a small amount of filler each. If you use a powder filler you might need to make some up ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/00, updated on 25/08/00 (Useful, 23 readings)
If your ceiling needs papering and you have no-one to help you, buy Anaglypta that does not require matching and cut it into roughly equal, manageable size squares. Paste to ceiling, creating a tiled effect, and then paint over for a marvelous finish. If you need to fill dark wood and only have white woodfiller, simply add cocoa or coffee powder to it to get just the colour you require. For a great shine on wooden furniture, spray your furniture polish on as usual but leave it to dry before rubbing it off. ... Read the complete review
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