Bona Pacific Filler
High solids content formula is ready to use, trowelable direct from pail or can be thinned with water for full trowel filling.
• Ready to use - easy to spread for trowel filling
• Ideal for spot filling
• May be thinned with water
• Safe to use, nonflammable
• Sands easily
• Fills the soft grain
• Helps minimize grain raise
• Accepts stain like wood
• Can be tinted with Universal Color tints to match custom or exotic woods
• Dries with minimum shrinkage
• Excellent adhesion, bonds tightly to wood
• Tools can be cleaned with water before compound dries
• GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified
Apply with the Bona Steel Trowel or a putty knife.
"Since the new formula hit the market the only filler my crew and I have been using the Bona Pacific wood floor filler. Its spreads so easily, goes forever, and dries quickly. It also sands very nice, doesn't clog paper. When it comes to troweling filler on a floor this product is second to none. We don't use anything else!" - Todd Reeves, Juztaposition Hardwood Floors
"We are impressed with the Bona wood filler because of it color matching with different species and it's stainability. It's flexibility after it has dried and spreadablity is far superior over other brands." - Mark Whatley, Amber Flooring
Love my wood fill Bona Pacific. My old wood floors date back to 1910. Now there looking like new. Thank you for outstanding service and an excellent product.
We were expecting a product with a consistency in between paint and stain.... we are wanting to dip wooden baseball bats before finishing in poly coat. Not sure what we are going to do with this product... do not really have a use for it
On-line order filled quickly. Much appreciated and arrived as promised.
Five stars for ease of application! We have not yet stained so hopefully it’s stains well
Took several days to send the order out. Once sent it arrived in a timely manner. After first application, I noticed small holes in the seems between floor boards where the product either sank into the gap or just didn't cover. I applied a second coat and the coverage was much better but still not perfect. I applied a third coat and left it just a little thicker. This seemed to do the trick. If your gaps are fairly large, don't expect full coverage on the first coat.