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Features:
  • Fill cracks, gaps, holes and voids in all surface types
  • Can be sanded, drilled, sawed and painted when dry
  • Adheres in oil-free material such as wood, cement, plaster, stone, and composition when completely dry. Embed pebbles, shells, glass, tiles, and other materials in the putty when making mosaics. Add objects to sand sculptures without the worry of having them fall out.
Next best price looks to be $2.10 at Home Depot though only available for pickup.
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This is a powder you mix with water, so it never dries out. It'll pretty much keep forever. Many wood fillers made of wood fiber and either tinted or can be stained to match the wood you're filling. This is white, so it's pretty much for stuff you'll paint over.

If you've ever used bondo for woodworking or patching say house trim before painting, you'll appreciate the fact that this stuff has very little odor and is far less nasty or difficult to mix and work with.

Per keepa.com, this is the lowest price tracked. The 90 day average is 2.94.
How much of this would it take to make a 2x4?
Good to hear, Linda! 👍

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Putty!!!
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What's the difference between this and wood filler ?

BTW this seems regular-ish price and shilly post.
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What's the difference between this and wood filler ?

BTW this seems regular-ish price and shilly post.
This is a powder you mix with water, so it never dries out. It'll pretty much keep forever. Many wood fillers made of wood fiber and either tinted or can be stained to match the wood you're filling. This is white, so it's pretty much for stuff you'll paint over.

If you've ever used bondo for woodworking or patching say house trim before painting, you'll appreciate the fact that this stuff has very little odor and is far less nasty or difficult to mix and work with.

Per keepa.com, this is the lowest price tracked. The 90 day average is 2.94.
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What's the difference between this and wood filler ?

BTW this seems regular-ish price and shilly post.
save 14 cents and a good way to scoop back their $110 paid for prime
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How much of this would it take to make a 2x4?
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Quote from MichaelIv :
What's the difference between this and wood filler ?

BTW this seems regular-ish price and shilly post.
I bought in 2019 for the same price on a similar deal. Definitely not a super big discount but pretty cheap anyways. Has come in useful. Doesn't do well if exposed say on a corner but for enclosed holes works pretty well and is easy to apply and then sand.
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Meh on the price. I mean, sure, 14c savings. Unless you're about to do some crazy patch-fill job or just decide you want a can around for those odd projects (fwiw, good to have on hand) you may as well wait until you need it to go get some. I've had the same can for about 7-8 years, and the can before that lasted me about a decade.
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How much of this would it take to make a 2x4?
With lumber prices climbing I think it'll cause a shift to printable materials
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Seems nice. After getting annoyed with those wood fillers with plastic lids that crack and dry out the product, this may be a replacement.

But not really made for exterior use without proper sealing. It's gypsum based so meh.

Might stick to those expensive tube wood fillers you squeeze out. No prep and has a decent cap to keep it from drying too fast.
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With lumber prices climbing I think it'll cause a shift to printable materials
Megan, lumber prices should come back down soon. Plants are running again so should be increasing capacity soon.
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Megan, lumber prices should come back down soon. Plants are running again so should be increasing capacity soon.
Good to hear, Linda! 👍
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I've used it to skim coat poor quality boards. Worked well. Dries pretty quickly so best to make it in batches like drywall.
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