Types Of Fillers

The first disadvantage you will discover is one of terminology. Every formulation has its own name, they all sound alike, and none tell you very much about what's in the can. So you must read each label. The names includc such terms as wood dough, wood filler, wood patch or water putty. Most are premixed and ready to use, but a few are powders that you must mix with water. There seem to be two basic formulations among the ready-mixed varieties, one based on acetone and the other on latex. There are variations within these formulas, too.

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Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

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