GluBoost Fill N' Finish - Thin

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Score: 3.93 (votes: 15)
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GluBoost Fill N' Finish - Thin. Finally a cyanoacrylate made as a finish! 

  • Totally unique, fast and EASY to use.
  • Ideal for all wood finishing
  • Uses fewer coats, flexible and self leveling
  • Fills pores, gaps, dings and dents.
Mix Group: Adhesives
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GluBoost Fill N' Finish - Thin Totally Unique – Finally, a flexible, water clear wood finish and repair product that’s both fast and easy to use! With zero to minimal witness lines, all Fill n’ Finish formulas are truly game changers!  Ideal for all your wood finishing, builds, repairs, top coating, inlay work, marquetry, and wood turning. Use fewer coats and get superior results with these innovative self-leveling formulas!  Always faithfully fills pores and gaps and vanquishes cracks, dings and dents!

Fill n’ finish Thin formula is a non-creeping, water clear, non-brittle and flexible pro formula top coat, finish, and repair solution. Use as a base coat during drop fills and as a top coat after Fill n Finish Pro Formula. When filling, Fill n’ Finish Thin is perfect for less porous woods, like ebony, maple, some rosewoods and Koa, which require a thinner finishing product that will penetrate further.  Also perfect as a top coat when using both Fill n Finish products as a complete finish.

 2 oz Bottle

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GluBoost Application Instructions

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  • Oct 8, 2018, 10:00 AM
    Followed video instructions. Best results I have had.
  • Sep 23, 2018, 10:00 AM
    Never been able to do a CA finish but following Ed's video and using the Thick and then the thin it came out really nice only takes 2 coats of each.

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