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Surface protector, retouching putty Timbafill wood filler

Provides a strong high quality repair to wood imperfections.

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  • Chemical basis: Polyester, styrene free
  • Density: 1.05 g/cm³
  • Min. processing temperature: 15 °C
  • Max. processing temperature: 15 °C
  • Max. temperature resistance: 30 °C
  • Shelf life from production: 12 Month
  • Conditions to maintain shelf life from production: at 5°C to 25°C
Colour Can be further processed after min. Processing time Min. curing time Art.-no. Quantity PU
White 30 min 30 min 30 min 0890302104
Pine 30 min 30 min 30 min 0890302106
Red 30 min 30 min 30 min 0890302103
Mahogany 30 min 30 min 30 min 0890302102
Teak 30 min 30 min 30 min 0890302105
Oak, rustic, light 30 min 30 min 30 min 0890302101
Red 089330152
x 1
Pine 089330151
x 1
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2 Part Styrene Free Wood Filler is a pre-coloured two-part high strength polyester wood filler supplied trade pack sizes. Supplied with a separate hardener, this wood filler provides a strong high quality repair to wood imperfections. • Range of suitable colour matches • Professional Grade • Durable Repair • Paintable & Stainable • Premium quality product for professionals • Non slump for corner work • Accepts all finishes including all known paint systems and varnishes. • Easy to sand down to perfection • Weatherproof for interior or exterior use
The above application instructions are recommendations given on the basis of our own tests and experience. We recommend that you carry out your own tests before use. Due to the great variety of different applications and storage and processing conditions, we cannot guarantee a particular application result. We will not accept legal liability for any advice or technical information provided by our free customer hotline unless this advisory service and/or technical information is part of the contractually agreed performance owed by us, or the customer service employee acted wilfully or intentionally. We guarantee the consistent quality of our products and reserve the right to make technical changes and improvements.
InstructionsPreparation Prior to application, all surfaces should be clean, dry, sound and free from oil or grease. On old timber, any rotten or weak areas should be cut back to solid timber. Smooth areas should be slightly abraded to ensure a good key is obtained. Mixing To mix the product, simply add the hardener to the paste on a suitable board. Mixing should be carried out by spatula or stiff knife until a smooth, even coloured mix is obtained. Ensure that the filler is scraped clear of the mixing board at least once. This ensures that all the filler is mixed with the hardener and no uncured material will therefore be used. The product should be mixed in the proportion of 50 parts base to 1 part hardener (a golf ball volume of base to 1.5 inch strip of hardener). As this is fast curing, it is recommended that only small quantities are mixed at a time - enough to be applied within 5 minutes of mixing Application Apply the product using a putty knife, spatula or similar direct to the area of timber to be repaired. Shape the product as required with a spreader or flat former. Leave enough excess proud of the surface to allow for sanding. For deep filling it may be necessary to build the product up in layers. Plastic shuttering may also be used to produce a smooth straight edge but only remove when the filler has cured. Allow to cure before finishing. It is important that the total surface of the repair is fully sanded to ensure that the stain or finish can fully penetrate. Certain timbers are highly absorbent which may result in the filler being more noticeable. It is recommended that trials are conducted on an inconspicuous area prior to full scale production to ensure suitability.
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