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Demonstration of using Mohawk Patchal Putty to repair nail holes, seams, or small defects in wood.
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Patchal Putty is simply the best finish putty that you will ever use. Patchal Putty is designed to be used on finished wood to fill nail holes, miter joints and cabinet seams. This putty is great for picture frames, trim and molding. Fast and easy application with simple clean-up. Can be top coated within minutes. Easy to open packaging keeps this putty fresh. Note: Colors are approximate representations of actual colors using modern process techniques. Variations may occur. NET WT 4.4 OZ.
Important Not For Sale In The Following States: CA
Choose the correct color Patchal™ Putty for your project:
Extra Dark Walnut M734-0015
Van Dyke Brown M734-0016
Other supplies needed:
Leveler card (B898-0002), old credit card or plastic putty knife
Soft, clean cloth
Patchal™ Putty is excellent for use on small cosmetic repairs. It is not recommended for tabletops or other high traffic surfaces that will have to withstand a lot of wear and tear.
Pick the closest color of Patchal™ Putty to the finish of the wood to be fixed. The colors can be intermixed in order to achieve a better match. A color that is a little darker than the wood on which it will be applied will look better than a color that is lighter than the wood.
Pull a small amount of Patchal™ Putty out of the jar with your fingertip, a plastic putty knife, or something the size of a popsicle stick.
Fill defect, nail hole, or seam with Patchal™ Putty using your fingertip or by forcing the putty in with a putty knife, an old credit card or a leveler card as sold on this website.
Remove excess putty with a cloth or with the edge of a plastic leveler card. Cloth may be used after a card to remove possible residue.