Perma Fill

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Use PERMA FILL expandable wood filler to fill cracks and knot holes in wood deck and dock boards.  Creates a smooth finish for distressed wood before resurfacing with DeckRevive or DockRevive.

  • will not shrink
  • environmentally friendly, VOC-free
  • tools clean up with water

COVERAGE:  One kit should treat average size deck of approximately 180 sq ft, depending on condition of the wood and depth of cracks.

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PERMA FILL (PermaCaulk) was developed as the only expandable crack and knot filler available on the market.  Latex based caulks tend to shrink and offer no permanent solution for filling cracks and knotholes.  PermaFill  is designed to properly prep wood structures before resurfacing.  It fills in cracks and knotholes, leaving behind a smooth finish.  Because of its expansive properties, PermaFill will lock into the distressed wood and stay in place for years.

The product contains an activating polymer resin that is mixed with a dry compound to produce a peanut butter consistency.  PermaFill should be applied and worked into cracks and knotholes using a putty knife.

This product sets quickly so that projects can be completed faster. It is pre-measured and all you need to do is mix the ingredients using a drill mixer in this convenient small bucket the product is packaged in.

The dry mix and polymer resin are conveniently packaged in a small 1 gallon plastic bucket that is shelf ready for retail establishments.  The product includes instructions with pictures that demonstrates proper mixing and applying to wood.

 

 

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RE: Perma Fill
Quoting Phil OB:
I assuming this Perma-Fill is to be applied before Perma-Bond. Is that correct?

Yes. More info here:

twpstain.com/.../...
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Fill - Bond - Paint?
I assuming this Perma-Fill is to be applied before Perma-Bond. Is that correct?
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RE: Perma Fill
Quoting Joe Johnston:
We have built a new deck and thought the carpenter said he would get #1 Prime, there are still plenty of knots/holes in some of the wood.

Can I use this and still use the TWP Stain over the top of it.

This product and any other wood filler will not work with a semi-transparen t like TWP. It is for the Deck Revive only. Knots and holes are normal for exterior wood and are best left alone when using a semi-transparen t product. Only fill if using a solid color.
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Filling in Knots
We have built a new deck and thought the carpenter said he would get #1 Prime, there are still plenty of knots/holes in some of the wood.

Can I use this and still use the TWP Stain over the top of it.
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RE: Perma Fill
Quoting Golfhounder:
How deep of a gouge in the wood can one apply this to? Can I apply 1/2 thick.

Yes you can.
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How thick to apply
How deep of a gouge in the wood can one apply this to? Can I apply 1/2 thick.
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RE: Perma Fill
Quoting P. Espino:
Do I need both Perma bond and Perma fill before using Deck Revive? Does not the Deck revive have both Perma bond/Perma fill properties to fill in the cracks and sealing properties? One other question what is the difference between your product and the product you find in big box stores that sell similar products with bad reviews like (Restore It & Rescue It) from Lowes and Home Depot? What makes yours better and different, does it not have similar main ingredients?

Thank you for responding in Advance,

Sincerely,

P. Espino

The PermaFill fills cracks while the Bond increase the adhesion substantially.
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Perma Fill/Perma Bond difference?
Do I need both Perma bond and Perma fill before using Deck Revive? Does not the Deck revive have both Perma bond/Perma fill properties to fill in the cracks and sealing properties? One other question what is the difference between your product and the product you find in big box stores that sell similar products with bad reviews like (Restore It & Rescue It) from Lowes and Home Depot? What makes yours better and different, does it not have similar main ingredients?

Thank you for responding in Advance,

Sincerely,

P. Espino
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