water putty

water putty

[′wȯd·ər ‚pəd·ē]
(materials)
A powder that forms a puttylike paste when mixed with water and is used to fill small holes or cracks in wood.

water putty

A type of wood filler; a powder which becomes putty-like when mixed with water; used to fill small holes and cracks in wood.
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Durham's Water Putty is a powder that hardens after you mix it with water.
* In dry farm (known as water putty because water must be added), it dries to the shade of new wood but can be tinted with dry color.
If you are filling a hole in an interior door, substitute water putty for the auto-body filler.
These can be sealed with heavy tape, or the areas can be filled in with wood filler or water putty.
Other fillers, such as Durham's Rock Hard Water Putty, harden by a chemical reaction when water is mixed in.
Use hardening-type filler like Durham's Rock Hard Water Putty. Apply the filler carefully with as little excess as possible to minimize sanding.
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