How to fill cracks in wooden window frames

Task difficulty: Very easy

My wooden window frames look shabby where the wood has shrunk and left unsightly cracks and holes on each corner joint. Being flexible, Wood Flex bonds strongly and moves in sympathy with the wood, giving a long lasting and professional finished effect will make you glad you chose the best product for the task.

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Step by step process

  1. Step 1

    Step 1

    First scrape out any loose filler or flaking paint and brush away the debris.

  2. Step 2

    Step 2

    Next, apply Wood Flex straight from the tube or tub and work well into the repair to ensure a good bond.

  3. Step 3

    Step 3

    Using a filling knife, smooth to a neat finish and wipe away any residual filler and then leave to dry. Polycell Wood Flex gives such a good repair that it does not need to be over painted though it can, of course be painted or stained to match surrounding wood if required.

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