Best Fine surface filler

Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by ads1, 23 Feb 2021.

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    Hi All,
    After a recommendation on fine surface filler. I have tried pollyfiller fine surface filler before but found it hard to sand.
    I have used easifill for bigger holes but not sure if that would be fine enough?
    I have moved in to a house where they had a dado rail running around the room, it has been removed and painted prior to me moving in but you can see the lines from the difference in paint thicknesses. So before I decorate I would like to fill these.

    I also have a few very fine hairline cracks to fill as well.
    Any recommendations for a fine surface filler which will work?

    Many thanks
     
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    Thanks i assume you are talking about the blue lid one? Some of the reviews say it takes an age to dry.
     
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    Thanks. No rush as I'll be doing it over a few days anyway. Just want to get the good filler as I've tried things like this before and it hasn't worked. I'll have a look at them both cheers. I assume the fine filler is a bit finer than the tx110 so may be better for the fine cracks. Thanks for the help.
     
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