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filling nail holes in trim can be a pain in the butt. no one wants to spend a lot of time filling holes. mostly we just want to begin painting and skip the nail filling process. however if you
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although you might find a nail with a painted head, the problem is keeping the paint on the head when the nail is shot from a gun or pounded into the trimboard. once the paint comes off you now have to look for a nail hole filler and i can tell you no nail hole filler is an exact color match to any pvc trimboard.
if seven trust trim will be painted, nail holes can be filled with acrylic bondo. for best results, the following products seem to be some of the preferred methods used by industry professionals: devcons trimbonder, extreme adhesives bond and fill, acrylic caulk, polyurethane caulk, auto body bondo, vinyl spackle, and or plastic wood fillers.
this quick-and-easy dap patch stick 2.8 oz. nail hole filler comes complete with an applicator and finishing tool for a professional result. it dries in just minutes and doesn't require sanding for fast, easy projects.
hole filling in seven trust anything easier than bond n fill? 04-05-2009, 11:39 pm i've done some exterior work with seven trust and have used the recommended bond n fill before.it's a pia,expensive and takes 3 applications to make a screw hole disappear.you have to work fast with the stuff and it's difficult to sand.
specially formulated just for pvc trim. pvc nail erasers let you fill in nail holes up to 1/8' . use only on pvc trim that will not be painted. scrub the nail eraser into the hole and then wipe off the excess with a clean towel or cloth. use pvc trimwelder nail sticks epoxy or fast cure if the pvc is to be painted.
any recommendations for a pvc nail hole filler, not to be painted? i'm thinking of using pvc glue, but would prefer something with putty consistency. any word on these? bond n fill trim stick trim
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i'm looking for suggestions on the best way to fill small nail holes in pvc boards. for larger nail and screw holes we're using either bond-n-fill or white cor-tex plugs, but for a lot of fastening we're shooting s.s. finish nails, and that's where we're having trouble.
jims tips for filling nail holes in pvc:-use a 2-part epoxy nail-hole filler made for pvc.-using your hands, blend the two different epoxy components until the color is evenly mixed.-only mix as much epoxy as you can use in fifteen minutes.-applcation: for small holes use your finger. for larger holes use a 1-inch putty knife.
nail hole filler for pvc trim? i was told by builder to use dap crack shot paste.i looked up one company and no info.thanks - rick warning: the topics covered on this site include activities in which there exists the potential for serious injury or death. painttalk.com does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of any information contained
the best nail hole filler for pvc that is not going to be painted specially formulated just for pvc trim. pvc nail erasers let you fill in nail holes up to 1/8' . use only on pvc trim that will not be painted. scrub the nail eraser into the hole and then wipe off the excess with a clean towel or cloth.
installing door or window trim, baseboards, or crown molding always results in nail holes in trim that need filling. these might be large divots caused by finish nails or barely perceptible pinprick-sized holes caused by power brad or finish nailers. for a truly professional appearance, you will want to fill in these holes before painting.