Blanchon Resin Filler
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- £14.20+VAT each (£17.04)
(£17.04 inc. VAT)
The Blanchon Resin Filler has been formulated and developed to seal joints, splits (up to 2mm), holes and small cracks (up to 3mm, in several applications) in glued down wooden floors or wood panelling.
The Resin Filler is recommended for the general filling of glued wooden floors.
Drying and hardening quickly, it will provide outstanding adhesion to most wood species.
The natural finish of the resin filler ensures that applied areas do not look out of place.
Only use the Blanchon Resin Filler on perfectly sanded wooden floors and panelling. The area should be free of any traces of wax, grease, oil or other existing treatments. This ensures that the Resin Filler will stick perfectly. The surface must also be perfectly clean and dry, and in general, there should be less than 10% moisture content.
The application should always be done before the final sanding
Begin by thoroughly stirring the contents before use
Do not apply to the wood floor if the temperature is lower than 12°C or if the relative humidity is higher than 85%. Never use on wood where the moisture content is higher than 10%. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep any aquariums and plants away from the environment where the product is being applied.
Mix carefully with the wood dust from the second sanding; the proportions vary according to use:
- Fluid Filler, containing around 20% wood dust by volume
- Thick Filler, containing up to 50% wood dust by volume
Before application, it is important to check that the amount and fineness of the wood dust used corresponds to the hole or crack to be filled: too much wood dust makes the Resin Filler crumbly.
The mixture should be used as soon as possible.
Apply with a smooth spatula.
Any large holes, crack and splits should be filled in several steps (each application should be allowed to fully harden before the next is carried out).
Once the resin has fully hardened, the final sanding can be carried out and all dust can be removed carefully.
Tools used should be cleaned immediately after use with an appropriate thinner.
Drying time: Before sanding/re-coat around 15 minutes for 1mm joists under normal conditions