Liberon Shellac Filler Sticks - French Polish Furniture Repair 3 Medium Tones For Sale
Liberon Shellac Filler Sticks - Medium
Pack of 3 colour tones
Wax sets hard for a durable finish
Colours can be mixed for the perfect match
Traditionally Shellac Filler Sticks are used to repair holes and cracks prior to French polishing, lacquering or varnishing. To use; melt the shellac stick using either a hot Iron or soldering iron, then run the shellac into the damaged area, allow to harden and remove any excess with a Cabinet scraper or sharp knife then lightly sand with 0000 wire wool for a smooth finish. ( We have Cabinet scrapers and low cost soldering iron listed in our Shop)
Light and Dark packs available from our shop.
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Scratched Furniture? have a look at Bolgers Soft wax filler sticks. As used by the furniture trade
An easy to use wax filler stickwith colours to match most wood finishes.
One or more colours may bemixed to get the perfect match.
Shrink resistant formula for a permanent repair.
Use on furniture, floors, skirting boardsand beams.
To use simply shave off a small piece of wax and soften by working between the fingers and then press into worm holes, scratches, dents and other defects with a filler knife.
Close colour match can be obtained by mixing colours. When in doubt choose a colour shade slightly darker than the wood being filled, this makes the repair less obvious.
Visit our shop forour full range of repair products with an extensive selection of filler sticks to repair everything from wood, laminate, guilt and shellac finishes to touch up pens for minor scratches.
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