Won't use again
Posted February 15, 2015
Like others say, I don't see any value in non drying putty or filler. In fact, apart from WoodWeld, which I use quite a bit of but which does have different issues, I haven't found one I keep coming back to.
Avoid this product
Posted August 9, 2014
OK, If I had read the small print on the can, I would have learned that this putty does not harden - so that's on me, though I'm not sure what good a wood putty is that doesn't harden. What I would not have learned is that the solvent in the putty continues to bleed into the wood for days after the application, leaving a smudge around the filled location. Sand it off and it just comes back.
Quite possibly the worst product I...
Posted August 13, 2012
Quite possibly the worst product I have purchased in a long time. Since when do we need "no drying" wood putty? What's next no drying glue? After I applied a first application, I came back the next day to put a final fill into to fix any imperfections from the first fill. As I applied it, the putty knife started pulling out the first application. I felt it and it was still gooey. I read the side of the container and in the smallest writing it says non drying and will not dry to a sandable state. Great. Now I have to pull all that gunk out of all my screw holes and refill with something that will dry. What a waste of time.