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Few things are beyond repair with Ronseal High Performance Woodfiller is a chemically bonded filler and catalyst that provides extremely tough repairs to virtually any wood damage without shrinking or cracking. Fills to any depth and can be drilled, screwed or planed.
Ideal for use in interior or exterior wood repairs more than 5 mm deep. Typical areas include window frames, sills, doors and door frames. For minor and surface wood repairs use Ronseal Multi Purpose Wood Filler.
Areas of use: Interior / Exterior wood.
Application: Filling Knife.
Drying time approx: 30 mins.
Protection level: Very High.
Available in Various Sizes.
Available in: Natural, Dark or White.
The Ronseal RSLHPWFN550G is supplied in a tub with re-sealable lid.
Colour - Natural.
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Their aim at Ronseal is always to provide products that meet exactly your requirements; that is why they spend a lot of time listening to what you have to say. </P>
They then take that feedback into their R & D Laboratories, and using the very latest technological advancements, they can then deliver innovative new products and the quality service for your DIY and project needs.</P>
This is an ongoing process and, coupled with their no-nonsense advertising and marketing, and their extensive consumer education, these innovative new product developments will continue to help them lead in their product categories, meeting and exceeding your requirements in the future. </P>
Cracking stuff! Timings on the tin are helpful, it really was as ready as fill, shape sand. I was filling a large hole left by wet rot, on the joint of a door frame too so tricky... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Carl
Excellent product well packed and received in good time, thank youPublished 3 days ago by JKN Cornwall
does what it says!!! as usual a top quality ronseal product, don't bother with anything elsePublished 2 months ago by Mr. R. J. K. Warburton