Filling Screw holes - Skirting

Discussion in 'Carpenters' Talk' started by Philipo51617, May 27, 2019.

  1. Philipo51617

    Philipo51617 New Member

    Hi,
    I've just had new skirting boards fitted and need to fill the screw holes. Is this the best stuff to use?
    My only concern is that it sets like concrete and therefore difficult to sand.

    Cheers
    Phil
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  2. WillyEckerslike

    WillyEckerslike Screwfix Select

    It will do especially as it seems you already have it. You can pare it down with a chisel whilst it's setting and that will reduce the sanding required.

    Edit: If you've had the boards fitted, why didn't the installer fill the holes?
     
  3. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    Use the 2 part but use a french blade so it is slightly recessed, when it's gone off go over with lightweight filler then lightly sand.
     
  4. Astramax

    Astramax Super Member

    It will do the job, don't over fill, fill the holes flush and if required finish off with a second fill once cured.
     
  5. Philipo51617

    Philipo51617 New Member

    Thanks for the quick responses ....job for tomorrow
     
  6. jimoz

    jimoz Screwfix Select

    Done window boards with this before then tupret fine surface on top. Invisible...till 18 months later. Avoid screws in window boards at all costs now.
    Anyway, sure you will be fine with this
     
  7. Philipo51617

    Philipo51617 New Member

    He is due to come back so will chase him to fill, but wasnt too sure whether that normally falls under his remit, or was up to me to do.
     
  8. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    Wether it is the chippies job or the painters job is an ongoing argument, I foam my skirtings on so don't have this problem.
     
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  9. goldenboy

    goldenboy Super Member

    Clear finish chippies

    Painted finish p and d.

    Same as you I foam them on though.
     
  10. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    Agree
     

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