LePage Interior Tinted Wood Filler
Amazing product. It certainly does its job to hide the screw holes on our wood cabinet...
May 15, 2013
several different types - make sure you get the ..
.. right one.
This is good for filling up holes, dings and nicks in wood, and for mistakes and accidental cuts.
Some are sandable, some are paintable, some are stainable. Some are tinted, some spread better than others, some hold up better than others. I have several different types of wood fillers and this one is repeat purchase for me.
November 30, 2010
Good for Small Fixes
We bought this as the movers at the time damaged one of our stair banisters. This was enough to fill in the scratch and help smooth out the rough edges. Plus I liked the fact that it can be sanded. We even used some touch-up pens to get it closer to the colour of the original wood.
January 11, 2010
Only for Small Areas
I recommend this only for small areas in need of wood filler. Note after you open this product it doesn't hold well for very long before it dries up. Even with the cap on.
January 6, 2010
Great for Mistakes
I've used Lepage woodfiller for all sorts of projects. It is great for small mistakes, or imperfections in the wood. With a little of this, sanding and stain, it can cover over a number of woodworking sins.
January 19, 2009
Good for patching minor defects
This product is good for patching minor defects in wood. For deep holes or cracks, it usually takes a second application to get the surface even. It spreads easily and dries hard. Once dried it can be sanded and painted. A useful product.
October 1, 2008
This comes in very handy for small touch-ups around the house such as wood cabinets and trim.
September 24, 2008
I use this stuff whenever I get a chance... I use it when I'm repairing guitars, and I even used it to patch up some rough surfaces when I was making my coffee table. The best part is, it's still stainable so that you can match it to the exact tone in your wood project.
The lighter colours don't look as good; however, when used in situ, as it's just a flat colour without any wood detailing.
It stands up to wear and tear when you coat it with polyurethane. It takes a while to dry though.
September 11, 2008
White tinted filler great for paint prep
I had a lot of damage to the woodwork in my house from my dog and just years of dings and cracks. I used this filler for the first time (the white tinted version) and found it excellent to work with. It's easy to apply and paints up well.
The white colour makes it easier to paint over. When necessary (outside corner repairs etc.) it sands up to a really nice edge.
I also used it to fill nail holes from installing some new trim with the same positive results.
July 28, 2008
Good for small patches
Works well to repair small divets in wood railings, chairs, etc.
April 2, 2008
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