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    According to your experience with applying putty on deep cuts on the wood or nails on the wood, what is the best to putty or filler to use?

    Sa experience ko kasi... mga tatlong ulit kong minamasilyahan ang mga pinagbaunan ng ulo ng pako para hindi ito mahalata kapag napinturahan na

    ito ginagamit kong set-up ng paint and putty

    flatwall enamel
    glazing putty
    quick drying enamel

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    Re: Wood Putty, masilya

    I think the most commonly used are polyester fillers like "polituff".

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      Re: Wood Putty, masilya

      Yes, polituff is really tough. Not sure but I think it's epoxy based because it comes in two parts.

      For ornamental filling, e.g. boxes, tables; I use Timbermate. It's sandable, stainable, and water based. It comes in different wood hues. Available in the larger Home Depot stores.

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        Re: Wood Putty, masilya

        ah ok.. eto pala yung ginagamit pang kotse... thanks nicomambo and balarila...

        for reference

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          Re: Wood Putty, masilya

          Originally posted by nick View Post
          ah ok.. eto pala yung ginagamit pang kotse... thanks nicomambo and balarila...

          for reference

          ok lang ba na ipaghalo na lahat ang hardener sa putty or yung kailanagng amount lang na gagamitin ang hahaluin?

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            Re: Wood Putty, masilya

            Originally posted by nick View Post
            ok lang ba na ipaghalo na lahat ang hardener sa putty or yung kailanagng amount lang na gagamitin ang hahaluin?
            Mabilis matuyo yan, less than 5 minutes. Kaya yung kailangan lang na amount ihalo mo.

            For shallow dents, pwede ka rin gumamit ng Glasurit putty. Polyester filler din sya, pero wala nang hardener. Eto yung mga green na masilya na makikita mo sa car.

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              Re: Wood Putty, masilya

              Originally posted by nicomambo View Post
              Mabilis matuyo yan, less than 5 minutes. Kaya yung kailangan lang na amount ihalo mo.

              For shallow dents, pwede ka rin gumamit ng Glasurit putty. Polyester filler din sya, pero wala nang hardener. Eto yung mga green na masilya na makikita mo sa car.
              Ok thanks nicomambo. I will try it today using the polituff. I will also try glasurit after consuming polituff.

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              • #8
                With my experience, I used Polituff in my wood gate. Bad thing is the filler starts to fend off. Maybe because it's outdoor. The wood tends to expand during rainy days and contracts on sunny days. A reason to loose the filler.

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