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Posted by floweryrosie - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by garethe - 3 years ago

+1 on Toupret. Very very fine powder makes it very easy to mix.

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Posted by noblesse-404553 - 3 years ago

Most bricos have a section for Toupret products, the best fillers for everything I've ever used (and I do a lot of filling!).

This is what they recommend for large holes/gaps and they show you how to use it

http://www.toupret.com/enduits-particuliers/no_cache/fiches-travaux/cas-pratiques/interieur/fiche-travaux/?tx_toupretfiches_pi1[uid]=16

janet

PS The products aren't necessarily the cheapest, but they WORK!

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Posted by floweryrosie - 3 years ago

Reveuse thank you so much for your help.

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Posted by Reveuse-918439 - 3 years ago

Try looking at things called enduit

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Posted by floweryrosie - 3 years ago

Thanks for the replies.  sorry I should have explained better that I want to buy filler ( not necessarily polyfiller) to fill in big gaps where skirting tiles have been removed. what is filler called in french. 

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Posted by Missing Dog Valbonne - 3 years ago

Me too. Went t0 the shop.

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Posted by buttermaker - 3 years ago

I have bought Pollyfiller in France.