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Minwax Wood Filler Hardner

Posted by ltsuth (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 29, 09 at 10:33

My hardner has gone bad; burst tube and dried out. Can I get just the hardner or reconstitute the old somehow?

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RE: Minwax Wood Filler Hardner

The hardener is benzoyl peroxide.

The same stuff as Bondo for car repairs.

You might find some extra hardener available at a body shop supply house, or just purchase another can of filler and use the new tube.

There is more than enough in each tube for the contents of the can if used carefully.

RE: Minwax Wood Filler Hardner

Yes, you can buy new hardener. I saw some at Lowe's last week. A large tube was about $5.

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