Mohawk Finishing Products Fill Stick (Fil-Stik) Putty Sticks (White)9.2/10 (Expert Score)
Mohawk Finishing Products Fill Stick (Fil-Stik) Putty Sticks (White)
- 22 REVIEWS NAIL HOLES
- 7 REVIEWS EASY TO USE
- 3 REVIEWS ELBOW GREASE
- 3 REVIEWS KITCHEN CABINETS
- 4 REVIEWS MUCH BETTER
- 4 REVIEWS WORKED PERFECTLY
- 7 REVIEWS SMALL HOLES
- 2 REVIEWS WORKS VERY WELL
- 9 REVIEWS USED THIS TO FILL
- 2 REVIEWS FILL SOME SMALL
- 14 REVIEWS WORKED GREAT
- 13 REVIEWS FILL NAIL
- 16 REVIEWS PAINT
- 16 REVIEWS SCRATCHES
- 11 REVIEWS TRIM
- 9 REVIEWS CRAYON
- 6 REVIEWS DOOR
- 6 REVIEWS PUTTY
- 3 REVIEWS DENTS
- 5 REVIEWS FINISH
EASY TO USE- No drips and no mess! No heat or special tools required.
Top Positive Review
This Fill stick is the one you are looking for when it comes to white trim, period. It takes a little elbow grease to apply, but once you do you’ll be amazed. Bright white finish, no shrinkage, just briskly rub the stick over nail holes or even open seams and they will magically disappear. Rub off any excess smear with a paper towel. You will work up a sweat if you have a bunch of holes to fill, but you won’t have to second coat anything.. Paint first and fill the nail holes later with this stick and you’ll be done. This is a review for the WHITE FILL STICK, not for any other colors. It worked perfectly on bright white finish painted trim and even cabinet doors.
Top Critical Review
Let’s call these things what they actually are…white crayons. Nothing more than that. I used these to fill in nail divots on quarter round that I installed. It kind of worked, but not on every hole. Really depended on how deep it was or how much edge surface it had to “grab” onto to pull the wax off this crayon. It might work better if you warmed it up a bit before using. All in all, for the five bucks it costs for one of these, you’re probably better off getting a couple tubes of caulking you can squeeze by hand. Those are a bit easier to get an accurate placement than a traditional caulking gun.
Customer Questions & Answers
Will this work on PVC trim ?
Answer: I have used it on pvc with good results
can this be used to fill nail holes in Azek?
Answer: This product can be used to to fill small nail holes but will not dry hard. It should also be protected using a top coat to seal the repair.
How do you make this work? I have tried following directions and it is so hard I can’t even cut it with a knife.
The stick is like a marker in that all you do is rub it over the nail hole and it will.cover it and blend in.. the wax lik3 substance fills the hole or blemish and looks like it’s not there. Works really good on PVC trim to cover nail holes and blemishes. Works on any surface painted white just rub it over the blemish ??
Would this work to repair chewed up window sills?
Answer: No this is for very minor cosmetic touch up. It would probably melt on a window sill as it’s like a crayon.
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