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Minwax #13610 3.75oz Natural Pine Wood Putty
Minwax Wood Putty - Fills nail holes and covers minor imperfections in stained and finished wood.
Quick and Permanent
Colors can be blended for custom match
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15 of 15 found the following review helpful:
If You Only Knew .....Sep 06, 2012
By David Esler
This is a great putty - if used for the purpose for which it was designed. Just as you wouldn't use paint thinner to clean up latex paint, you don't use Minwax Wood Putty if you want a filler that dries hard and can be sanded and stained.
Minwax Wood Putty is designed to fill holes and cracks in finished wood, either where you will be applying another coat of finish, or where you can't sand the wood filler without damaging the surrounding finish.
I have used this type of putty for 35 years. As a hardwood flooring contractor, I use the putty to fill cracks and nail holes in wood floors after the first coat of polyurethane and before applying the second coat. The finish holds the putty in the floor. I also use it to fill nail holes in pre-finished baseboard and other trim. It is easy to apply - you form a small ball of the putty between your thumb, forefinger and index finger, and rub it into the nail hole or crack. Then you wipe the area clean of the oily haze with a rag or paper towel. The putty does dry and harden somewhat over time. (Anyone who has removed the seal from a container of putty and come back to use the putty again after 6 months or so - even though you put the lid back on - knows that it dries and hardens to a degree that makes it no longer usable.) As it dries, it also develops a slightly shiny patina which helps it blend in with the finish on the trim.
So, if your expectation is that everything that is called wood filler or wood putty can be used for the same range of applications, then you will probably be quite disappointed with this product (as many of the other reviews illustrate). But if you need a putty that will do those things I described above, you will be pleased with Minwax Wood Putty.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Handy for repairing screw or nail holesAug 17, 2011
By Henry Bowman
I bought this product to fill screw holes in a window frame that remained after removing mini-blinds. It was easy to apply and matched the color of the surrounding wood very well. Not perfect - but much, much better than the holes that were there. Clean up requires a damp paper towel.
6 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Non-hardening wood putty ???Sep 23, 2009
By J. M. Casteline
I guess I should have read the instructions before I bought the product. It never gets hard! I'm still trying to figure out what use there would be for a wood filler that never gets hard. Even Playdoh gets hard. Maybe I'm missing something. Stupid me. I bought two different shades to match my darker wood projects. Now I'm staring at the nice jars, wondering what to do with them.
Mix it upAug 14, 2012
By Ben Barbre
Mixed this up with another color.. Same brand.
It works good for things like linoleum to cover rips and doesn't come off even when steam mopped. I've used it on wood and the walls.. You need a light and dark though- mix to whatever color in between.
1 of 2 found the following review helpful:
One jar only, not sixMay 15, 2012
By Ted McAdams
Product review states,"Sold as one unit. (1 unit = 6 each.) 3.75 oz. jar" This is a lie!!!! You only get one jar, not six as stated.
Do not buy at this price!!! Home Depot sells same for $2.29 each.
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