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    "Plastic Wood"

    Plastic Wood / Wood Putty

    Anyone know what this is marketed as in Thailand, or what the thai name for it would be?

    Local hardware shop owners just look at me blankly when I try to explain.

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    The thai made stuff is pretty useless.
    It is called "Putty" but if you get the accent wrong then you just get blank loks.

    Try saying PUTT TEA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim
    if you get the accent wrong then you just get blank loks.
    Yeah, I'm used to that

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    How about some of this muck
    Taveepaibul Company Limited
    It is shown as wall putty but it is acrylic so I think you can use it in wood .

    I use "liquid nails" to fill cracks in teak.
    It is a woody colour and sets hard as nails.

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    ^ cheers.

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    Just mix glue, ie weldwood and sawdust, that wall putty sets rock hard and is hard work to sand down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    Just mix glue, ie weldwood and sawdust, that wall putty sets rock hard and is hard work to sand down.
    Ah, that would work. Thanks

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    If it's going to be painted after use P38 car body filler, easy to rub down when hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerbil View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    Just mix glue, ie weldwood and sawdust, that wall putty sets rock hard and is hard work to sand down.
    Ah, that would work. Thanks
    Mix a small batch and let it dry for a couple of days. Then adjust amount of 'dust' to get the right coloring etc. This of course if your not painting.

    This method is standard procedure for builders of furniture and cabinets if your trying to cover a SMALL imperfection.

    E. G.
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