Applying filler on different substrates
Make sure that the substrate is clean and dry before starting your work. Also check that the filler you are using is suitable for the substrate.
For patching and repairing carpentry kitchen cabinets and trims, you use the Wood filler. It’s a fine coarse filler with good adhesion and good filling capability. Make sure that the substrate is clean and dry before you start your work.
For drywalls we always recommend that you use a paper tape and a joint filler for the best and strongest result. Using the Marco Paper tape you are guaranteed to get a strong tape that meets the requirements of the CE13963 labelling. For V-cut joints our recommendation is to fill the V-cut joint first and after drying, glue the paper tape over the V-cut joint. This will make the V-cut joint almost invisible.
Make sure that the substrate is clean and dry before starting your work. You can use a Roll product which saves about 30-40% of your labour time on bigger job sites.
Brick or Plaster
Make sure that the substrate is clean and dry. If necessary apply a primer before starting your work.
Make sure that the substrate is clean and dry. For all work in wet rooms use a filler suitable for wet rooms.
Make sure that the substrate is clean and dry. AquaBead is water activated self-adhesive corner bead for drywalls only, spray water on the bead, wait for 45-60 seconds and then install on corner. After 30 minutes you can finish the AquaBead with filler. No-Coat is a corner bead that you install in joint filler, apply joint filler on the corner and install No-Coat. After drying finish the No-Coat with filler.