"When i first opened the tub and tried to use this it was awful, dry and crumbly. After looking at the directions and adding a few drops of water it was much better. It spread well and cured fairly quickly and was easy to sand."
"Good value product in a reasonable sized tub, and bottom line is it does fill holes.
That said it seems very 'airy', which perhaps is to be expected for a lightweight filler but much more so than any other I've used.
I will need a second layer for the larger holes but that would be true of pretty much any filler that I've used.
The biggest problem that I have with it is that it slides off of tools far too easily, making it a pain to work with - I ended up with a considerable amount on the floor instead of the wall. You can adjust your technique to apply the filler in an upward stroke but this isn't always possible in corners, at the top of walls etc.
Personally I probably wouldn't buy this again, I'd probably use either general purpose filler or pay the extra for a brand like Polyfilla."
"Went on a treat with no sagging but as of yet (24hours) has not set hard like a normal filler You can make and indentation with your nail More like consistency of a firm putty than a plaster based filler Put some on top of the boiler to see if it would get any harder but still soft 4 hours later A bit odd for a filler."
"I bought this based on the previous reviews but was really disappointed. It is not very easy to apply in that it does not hold on the spreader very well and you only get one chance to smooth it without it dragging. It does dry quickly but I found it difficult to sand compared to say poly filler. I shall not be buying any more. Can not give a reliability rating for this product at this stage."