Wood Filler Reviews
Description:Ronseal Wood Repair System is a three-part system that can be used to repair and cure wet rot and prevent recurrence. However, major damage to wood can be repaired using Ronseal High Performance Wood Filler alone. Prepare rotten areas with Ronseal Wet Rot ... more
Wood Filler ... Hardener which binds and hardens decaying wood fibres to provide a solid base for wood filling. Repair using Ronseal High Performance Wood Filler which gives a tough flexible repair. Available in 2 colours - Natural and White. Prevent a recurrence of wet rot or prevent it from ever happening by using Ronseal Wet Rot Prevention Tablets.
Newest Review: ... the glass where it had rotted and allowed water to penetrate. I used the Ronseal Wood Filler in conjunction with Linseed Oil ... more
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Customer Wood Filler Reviews (3)
by - written on 28/08/13 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I bought this wood filler last week to help complete some jobs around the house. We have an old Georgian window which is in dire need of repair - looking at the state of it you'd think the easiest solution would be to remove it and replace with a double glazed window, however the house is all double glazed apart from this one window and it would be a shame to remove it - so I am saving it. All completed work so far has been on the outside of the window. The window was badly rotten so the first thing I did was to scrape out all of the rotten pieces of wood using a chisel (most of this was on the sill itself), then I used a wood hardener on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/09 (Useful, 704 readings)
Why not use epoxy resin and wood dust from your project to make a wood filler that beats the lot - this sets hard chemicaly no matter the thickness, doesn't shrink, won't fall out and matches your project. In these strightened times cost saving is important so producing your own wood filler makes sence. It is easy, quick and foolproof, all you need is two part epoxy (Araldite, Z-Poxy) and some of your own sawdust. Mix the epoxy adhesive and hardener togeather in equal parts, blend in the sawdust to make a stif paste and apply to your project where required. This will fill holes to any depth in one go and set firm ready to be worked in 5 to 30 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/01, updated on 08/08/01 (Very useful, 12273 readings)
If you are doing any sort of DIY with wood around the house the chances are that the joints will not be perfect and there will be some little gaps left somewhere. Although you can spend hours sanding and planing to get a perfect finish the easier answer is to cheat a bit. As so of the much wood around the house is painted, if you use a wood filler you will not be able to tell the difference between filler and wood. The best filler I have found is the Ronseal High Performance Wood Filler. There are plenty of cheaper wood fillers around but I have found that when you use a cheap filler it will nearly always shrink dramatically and this will lead to cracks ... Read the complete review
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