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Dents and cracks in your timber furniture doesn't mean its destined for the tip!

With the help of Selleys No More Cracks and this four step guide, you can have your timber furniture will look as good as new.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced
2 - 3 hours

What You Need

 
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Easy as..

 
  1. Make sure the surface to be filled is clean, dry and free of loose or powdery material
  2. Use a filling blade or scraper to firmly press Selleys No More Cracks Wood Filler into the dent. 
  3. Scrape off any excess to save time sanding later.
  4. Allow to dry for 2-3 hours.
  5. Sand lightly with fine sand paper.
  6. Paint or varnish to finish.

Handy Tips

  • Apply a water-based undercoat before you paint for best results
 
 

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Selleys No More Cracks Wood Filler

Selleys No More Cracks Wood Filler gives a superior durable finish on interior timber. It is stainable, paintable and has excellent adhesion.


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