Mohawk Finishing Products M320-0024 Driftwood Mohawk Quick Fill Burn-in Stick

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Mohawk Finishing Products M320-0024 Driftwood Mohawk Quick Fill Burn-in Stick, 4 Inch
PROS
  • 16 REVIEWS STICKS
  • 9 REVIEWS FILL
  • 5 REVIEWS WAX
  • 7 REVIEWS WOOD
  • 4 REVIEWS BURN-IN
  • 3 REVIEWS FILLER
  • 4 REVIEWS MISLEADING
  • 3 REVIEWS SINGLE
  • 3 REVIEWS SIX
  • 3 REVIEWS CRAYON
  • 4 REVIEWS DEEP
  • 3 REVIEWS HEAT
Mohawk Finishing Products M320-0024 Driftwood Mohawk Quick Fill Burn-in Stick
Mohawk Finishing Products M320-0024 Driftwood Mohawk Quick Fill Burn-in Stick

Description

Quick and simple application

Top Positive Review


I had a deep gouge in a light colored piece of hickory. It’s hard to find a good match for color, but this works (needed some graining touch ups afterwards). More importantly, this is much easier to use the traditional burn in sticks. No burn in knife needed. Any heat source will work. (I used a culinary torch). And no special leveling tools needed. An old credit card with gentle along-the-scratch scraping works.

By comparison, this product is sturdier than a filler stick (bec it is quite hard when not heated) and also flows better than a fillter stick (once heated) to get into narrow cracks. For these benefits, it is only slightly more effort, requiring heating.

11 People Found This Helpful

Top Critical Review


I purchased the Burn In Stick because I have a fairly deep scratch on a table top courtesy of my dog. I tried to fill it with a soft fill stick but was not happy with the result so I read the reviews on the Burn In Sticks and thought it would do a better job of filling the scratch…..I was wrong.

I tried the Drip method where I heated up the end and dripped the material into the scratch so that it filled the space and created a nice dome of material over the area. I waited for it to cool and took a plastic scrapper to level it off and the material broke apart like plastic and let the scratch exactly as it was before….None of the Burn In material adhered to the scratch. Then I tried to heat the end of the stick and Rub it into the scratch thinking that this would work the material deeper into the scratch. I made sure that I have covered the entire area and created another mound over the scratch. Left it to cool….Used the scraper and…..Same result. All of the material came out of the scratch leaving it as empty as before. Either I am doing something wrong or we have magical Teflon coated wood on the table but this product did not work as advertised.
3 People Found This Helpful

Customer Questions & Answers


will it melt again on heat after hardened?
Answer: Yes

Would this work well on white cellular pvc trim used indoors that I don’t want to paint?
Answer: Don’t know about that.

Will this work with epoxy resin?
Answer: If you??ve repaired something with expoxy, using a burn in wax would fill in small flaws but not color it. It depends what you??re trying to do?

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