Hard Fill Sticks

  • Fills minor and medium blemishes on wood and plastic surfaces
  • Available in 70+ different colors
  • Simple to create custom colors with by blending hard fill colors together
  • Easily melted with Mohawk's Battery Operated Burn-In Knife
  • Requires a Hard Fill Leveling Tool to remove excess wax without harming the surrounding wood

Hard Fill Sticks fill any minor or medium defects in wood furnishings, along with rigid plastic. Hard Fill Sticks are perfect for repairs on doors, drawers, cabinets and practically any flat surface. These sticks require a burn-in knife and leveling tool, which is why we recommend the Battery Operated Burn-In Knife and Hard Fill Leveling Tool for added convenience. 

Note: Colors are approximate representations of actual colors using modern process techniques. Variations may occur. 

 



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Step-By-Step Instructions

Step 1

Match the color of the Hard Fill stick as closely as possible to the color of the wood. Keep in mind, that multiple hard fill sticks may be blended using the burn-in knife.  

Step 2

After the correct color is found, sand the edges of the repair down with fine grit sandpaper to ensure that a quality repair is achieved.  

Step 3

Take a matching Ultra Mark or Pro Mark wood touch up marker and slowly color the repair and wipe off the excess stain with a paper towel.  This should be done so that the repair blends well. 

Step 4

Turn on the Battery Operated Burn-In Knife and apply the tip to the hard fill stick.

Step 5

Hold the hard fill stick over the damaged area and let the hard fill cover the tip of the tool.

Step 6

Once the hard fill is on the tip of the burn-in knife, slowly place the melted wood solution into the repair.

Step 7

Make sure that the wood repair wax covers the entire flaw - use an old credit card to press the warm solution into all areas of the repair

Step 8

After it has dried, take the Hard Fill Leveling Tool and remove excess the excess solution.  This tool will not harm or scratch the surrounding areas. 

Step 9

Once the excess material has been removed, take a microfiber rag or paper towel and buff the repaired area

Step 10

If graining is required, use the corresponding Brush Tip Graining Marker to blend the repair into the surrounding area

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