Brummer Rub-In Grain Filler
Brummer Rub-In Grain Filler
£11.52 (£9.60 Ex. VAT)

Brummer Rub-In Grain Filler

  • Prepares open grain for the blemish free finish
  • Your finish builds quicker - less waste - more economic
  • Quick and easy to mix and apply
  • Mix only what you need - no waste
£11.52 (£9.60 Ex. VAT)

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Rub-in Grain Filler is a unique dry powder filler which is mixed with water to form a paste. Worked into the timber surface it is specially formulated to smooth out rough and open grain surfaces, reducing the amount of sanding and with real economies in the amount of varnish or other surface coating required to develop a blemish free full grain finish quickly. Not to be confused with stopping / filler for holes, grain filler is designed to disappear into the background, blending into the timber without masking the beauty of your grain figure. Brummer-Rub in Grain Filler provides all the benefits of the traditional grain filling method but eliminates the lengthy and messy process. Supplied in colours to blend with your wood, they can be intermixed one with another or with a compatible stain to colour and fill the timber in one stroke. Supplied in a 300g tub.

Reviews (2)

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Overall rating 5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

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Steve Jarman

29 July 2016

The best I've used

Simply, this is THE best grain filler I've ever used. I've tried the thixotropic stuff and Rustin's - all OK, but this beats them hands down.
For an excellent blemish free finish (I've used this on a guitar) sand down to 180g, apply as per instructions. Sand down again back to the wood with 180g and then 240g. Grain fill again, using the mix a little more watery this time. sand down with 240, 320 and then lacquer. You will find that the paper does not clog up like it does on some of the others. It does produce a bit of dust, so keep the hoover nearby!

Paul Elliott

4 December 2010


gives a good finish

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