How To Fill In Gaps Between Hardwood Flooring With Wood Filler

In this video, I show you how to fill in gaps between hardwood flooring with wood filler. The process is relatively simple. Fill in the gap with wood filler, leave the wood filler to dry, and wipe off the excess with a damp rag. This will fill in the gaps between your hardwood floor pieces and make your floors look a lot better!

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Shasta Kennon says:

This time I’ll use WoodPrix instructions to make it by myself.

Minakshi kapila says:

anyone making mean comments for him …I need to ask something….Did he push you to listen?He is charging you to help?Why are you so mean ?we are all different for God’s sake.

Romaine Athey says:

Great to see that… I made it too. Using woodprix handbooks 🙂

Gilbert Gonzales II says:

bitch just show us how to do it u talk to much

tunafisher discus says:

Great tips. Thank you!

Mary King says:

Excellent instructional video! Thank you.

eed says:

after one heating season it will look like crap…….

WonkaaVision says:

Ha ha This is no use to me. My gaps are 3mm each x 34 planks = 102mm of gaps to fill. Looks like I’m gonna have to pull the floor up and that just the Kitchen. Cries…..

Pando Handiman says:

I think my son 5 years old , can do 10 times better than you.

beaniecool says:

Thank you! This was so helpful!

A R says:

Thanks Man

Shasta Kennon says:

I’ve found great handbook on woodprix website. Good solutions for everyone I think

Romelia Darosa says:

You can learn more about it on woodprix website I think.

Shanta Hsieh says:

I made it with woodprix handbooks !

Monica Alvarez says:

Thanks for the info. I hired a contractor to install hardwood floor. Little I knew that the huge gaps left on my floor were not supposed to be there. He told me that with time, they will disappear. Well, it is over 2 years now and those gaps just collect debris and food, So, I will try your method. I hope it works. It sees to easy but once one tries is not that easy. Thanks.

Christ Julius says:

It’s simple, Just go to woodprix page – and enter the Wooden World.

Robson L Gomes says:

Great video mate

terrill marshall says:

Good video thanks very helpful

digibluh says:

if the boards move just a tiny bit like 0.1-2mm and it’s med traffic area, don’t expect that to last. i tried and it’s gone now, disappeared in thin air. this is good idea if you’re going to re-finish the floor then you do it and stain/seal it so it won’t come out but otherwise this is a waste and will just come out eventually, and eventually is like 1-2 weeks in my case.

Yoshiko Roseboro says:

I made it, learned on woodprix website. great solutions I think.

nmacog says:

stop shouting ffs !!!!

Michael McElwee says:

Do you think you could do a two hour seminar on how to find a kick ass rag to wipe the wood filler with? Jeeez!! I want the last 5 minutes of my life back!!!!

Patricia Erving says:

Thank you for this helpful video..

zöe taylor says:

I have to do it for my whole entire floor any way to do that quick??

Patrick LastName says:

Just keep in mind that wood filler is a temporary solution. This filler will probably be gone in about a year or so, faster if climat has extreme changes because the wood expands and contracts with humidity.

Lindsay Zywiciel says:

thank you for this helpful video

Artem Kalenchuk says:

I made it myself. Just go to woodprix webpage if you’d like do the same

David James says:

This is a bad idea

Egor Tetenko says:

I think you need to take some time and go to woodprix website to learn how to make it.

Marlen Vassallo says:

If you want you can learn how to make it from woodprix woodworking plans.

boostspike says:

So basically just follow the direction on the back of the filler. Got it.

Pat C. says:

Does the filler still look good in the cracks of your floor? I went to the website of Legpage wood filler and each product says not for floors. ???

i doodle says:

Fab idea sir (and I wish it was this easy) but did you ever think of expansion and contraction issues???????
DOES ANYONE OUT THERE have the PROPER idea as to how to fill gaps in wood without acquiring further cracks next month???
I have wood ceilings and now have termite poop falling down onto my furniture……. I have been searching for hours and have yet to find the best fix…. that is capable of both expansion & contraction issues with the ceiling!!!!

Nobody here is looking for friends and whomever to say ‘hey to you’….. some of us are attempting to truly fix a problem without further problems in the future!!!!

Frankie Bones says:

This is what my apartment handy man did but it’s all popping out. I think it helps to clean the dirt out of the gaps before doing this and fixing the squeaks and loose strips first.

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