These filler are in a dry powered form and must be mixed with clean cold water prior to use. Some Powered Fillers are solely for internal use where others are for both internal and external use.
Their main use is for filling holes and cracks in plaster surfaces prior to painting.
Ready Mixed Fillers
Ready Mixed or Pre-
Fine Surface Fillers
Fine Surface Fillers either come in tubs or squeezable tubes. Some Fine surface Fillers are solely for internal use where others are for both internal and external use.
They are used for fine filling small surface imperfections in both plaster and wooden surfaces, however some Fine Surface Fillers dry to an extremely hard finish and can prove problematic when used on plastered surfaces. I would recommend using an Easy Sand Fine Filler where possible.
Flexible Fillers come in cartridges which must be used in conjunction with a Skeleton Gun. They are available in a few basic colours and different cartridge sizes. 290 ml : 310 ml : 350 ml
Flexible Fillers are used to fill junction points such as the wall-
Flexible Fillers are an essential tool in any decorator’s toolkit for once their application has been mastered they become the filler of choice for many aspects of the decorating process.
Wood Stoppers usually come in small tins and are used for fine filling nail holes and other small surface defects in timber prior to finishing with lacquers, wood Stain. Wood stoppers are available in a variety of colours that match wood names.
Two Part Fillers
Two Pack Fillers require the mixing of a hardener with the filler, it is important that the manufactures instructions are followed as failure to do so can cause unnecessary problems with rapid hardening and lack of adhesion. Two Pack filler dry by chemical reaction, they can have a very strong odour so ventilation is important.
Two Part Fillers can be used for filling internal and external timbers and metals.