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 Post subject: This is better than wood filler
PostPosted: Aug Sat 25, 2018 4:55 pm 
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I ran across this product and I really find it does what it is supposed to do.
It is made by JB weld and is called Kwik wood.
It is easy to use and works like charm.
You just cut off a piece and knead it until it is mixed, then fill the crack or space.
let it dry and then sand
It is very fine so it will not show through and leave any lines where the filler meets the wood.
I have used it on the top curved edge of a cabinet where I am going to apply toner, and after the toner is put on I can't see where the filler is.
All I can say is try it.
Dan in Calgary


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 Post subject: Re: This is better than wood filler
PostPosted: Nov Thu 21, 2019 5:16 am 
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chaz wrote:
All I can say is try it.
Dan in Calgary


You can bet I will Dan.
Thanks for the tip.

I’ve been using JB Weld kwikweld for many years....IMO the best quick set epoxy out there... but I was not aware they made a filler product also.

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 Post subject: Re: This is better than wood filler
PostPosted: Dec Sun 22, 2019 4:46 am 
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I just used this to fill in the hole where a door latch was, so I could move it less than 1/4".
It was strong enough to hold the screws and I'm happy with the way the product worked out.

Mikek


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 Post subject: Re: This is better than wood filler
PostPosted: Jun Tue 30, 2020 3:41 am 
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+1 I have used it on relocating door striker plates. I can't imagine anything better.

J-B Weld was invented by a guy in East Texas, and my buddy has a friend who knows them. We drive by their mansion on the Interstate 30 going from Dallas to my sister-in-law's house.


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