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How to Make Cellulose Wood Filler Last Longer

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How to Keep Wood Filler from Going Bad

If you do woodworking projects or put up interior trim work, you’ve undoubtedly used cellulose wood filler.  Often, though, when you pry the lid off a previously opened can, you find the material inside partially dried out and lumpy.  Well, here’s a way to keep your filler moist and ready to go. This idea might even save you a trip to the hardware store. 
 

The wood filler solvent shown in this video is available from most home improvement centers and hardward stores. It's also available online.  You can get more information by clicking here.


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