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Decent wood filler?

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by Mr. Clueless, 15 Jun 2016.

  1. Mr. Clueless

    Mr. Clueless

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    I'm going to be painting some door frames & where the architrave (i think it's called) was removed & put back on they ended up putting a few holes in it.

    I've had a look on B&Q & see a fair few 1 star reviews. Obviously i've no idea if this is from petty customers or what.
    Again, i've only a few holes to fill so i don't need to be spending big money on filler either.

    Just wondering what is a decent & easy product to use & not something that is known to be poor to work with?
     
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    I use Everbuild multi-purpose. No complaints.
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