Better than wood filler

jayutmb

Active Member
So I really like the elmers wood filler paste.. It's easy and sandable ..ect.... Is there anything else like it but better ? Just seeing if there is a bigger better deal I am missing ?
 

Gixxerfool

Well-Known Member
I like the Durhams water putty. You can mess with the mixture to manipulate it. You can make it thicker to coat it on foam to act as a body filler type. You can make it real liquidy for pouring into molds for basic shapes and small parts.
 

stormtrooperguy

Sr Member
RPF PREMIUM MEMBER
it depends on what you are filling.

i love that elmers stuff too. i also use bondo, bondo glazing putty, freeform air, apoxie sculpt and plumbers epoxy, depending on what i need (speed, volume, working time, etc...)
 

TheDarkPope

Well-Known Member
RPF PREMIUM MEMBER
PC Woody. Found at Grainger, Ace Hardware and other places I'm sure. It's a 2 part sandable, stainable, paintable wood filler epoxy. Not water based so no shrinkage.

 
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