Yes, kiddies, I remembered to look up, ,as promised, what we have been
using to fill/prime the edges of MDF, prior to painting.
This would be the stuff:
An automotive product.
(Here in Canuckistan, we call it Green Stuff..(that's because it is
Yes, auto (or marine) glazing compounds work wonderfully for smoothing or
filling minor dings. Trouble is, they are expensive so - as homage to my
Scottish ancestry - I make my own by mixing talc with lacquer to the
consistency I want (somewhere between peanut butter and vaseline). It
spreads easily, sands slick as a whistle. I keep it in a lidded can but the
lacquer solvent still evaporates slowly so I just add thinner to
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