plastic wood[′plas·tik ′wu̇d]
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.
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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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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.
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