QUICK DRY REPAIR FILLER FOR GAPS, CRACKS, SCRATCHES AND HOLES: On plasterboard and other interior surfaces. Ready to cover in just 3 hours. Easy to sand, with no shrinkage, no depth limit and no need to spot prime.
Filling and repairing (holes, gaps, cracks)
Time between coats
Painted or unpainted substrates: gypsum plaster, plasterboard, old painted surfaces, any fillers in the Toupret range, cement, concrete, cellular concrete, breeze blocks, bricks, stone, primed Wood
Can be coated with any type of filler, paint or wall coating.
Maximum recommended application thickness
No depth limitation
Ready to paint time
Filling knife Blade Trowel
Recommended temperature and humidity for application
Do not apply at a temperature below +8°C or above +35°C nor at a relative humidity over 70%.
Adhesion filler/substrate (EN 16-566) : > 0,5 Mpa
Coverage g/m² (at 1mm thickness)
IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) classification
Colour when dry
Product guaranteed for 12 months from purchase, in original package and stored away from humidity
What’s the difference between Joint Skim & Fill: Quick Dry and and Patch & Repair Filler: Quick Dry?
There are a couple of important differences between these products, which are designed to complement each other. Joint, Skim & Fill is designed for doing large areas of jointing and skimming, Patch & Repair Filler is for smaller holes and cracks. The adhesion on Joint, Skim & Fill powder conforms to European Standard EN 13963 which concerns reaction to fire and flexural strength for jointing products. For this reason, we proudly bear the CE logo on the jointing products in the range. This is the standard that’s required for commercial jointing, so you can be sure the product will stand up to the job. Patch & Repair powder is a bit harder than Joint, Skim & Fill powder when dry. Because Joint, Skim & Fill is primarily designed for smoothing over larger surface areas, the formula helps to make the job of sanding over large areas easier and more comfortable! But sanding is still easy when using Patch & Repair to fill smaller holes and cracks.