plastic wood

plastic wood

[′plas·tik ′wu̇d]
(materials)
Wood flour or wood cellulose compounded with a synthetic resin of high molecular weight; it is adhesive but does not penetrate wood, and is used to fill cavities or seams in wood products.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

plastic wood

A paste of wood flour, synthetic resin, and a volatile solvent; used for filling holes and cracks in wood, it dries soon after application. See also: Masonite
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plastic wood

A putty-like, rapid-drying filler; composed primarily of nitrocellulose and wood flour dispersed in volatile solvents; used for repairing holes and cracks in wood.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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QPPC is engaged in the manufacture and marketing of plastics, pipes, hoses and plastic bags with special specifications, as well as multi-purpose plastic wood. QAPCO is one of the most important shareholders and commercial partners in QPPC.
It's all very basic: horrible little plastic wood cutlery, like the ones you get with cheap airline food, are there to be ignored in favour of fingers.
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My wife wanted a green porch swing made from no-maintenance plastic wood. I didn't want to design and build one.
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There were two versions of the Stylophone - the standard model, and the 350S, a wannabe 'proper' electronic keyboard that was covered in plastic wood and looked like a radio that had been jemmied out of a Humber Sceptre.
Cracks can be filled with plastic wood, corners, under wardrobes, etc, should be dusted with a small brush and sprayed with carbon tetrachloride.
A south wales niche supplier of recycled plastic wood products is gearing up for a rapid expansion in overseas sales.
There were two versions of the Stylophone the standard model, and the 350S, a wannabe `proper' electronic keyboard that was covered in plastic wood and looked like a valve radio that had been jemmied out of a Humber Sceptre.
The recycled plastic can later be used to produce plastic wood, roof shingles and vinyl wood siding; the fibrous wood pulp can be used in many applications including wallpaper, shoe insoles and oil filters.