Durham’s Rock Hard Water Putty – Better than Traditional Wood Putty


Versatile Wood Putty that can be used on all types of wood for repairs and restoration.

Non-hazardous, low-odor material that can be applied with a brush or putty knife.

Fast drying, and can be sawed, sanded, painted, stained, polished, and chiseled.

Suitable for at-home DIY or professional use.



Wood Putty Repairs

Wood Putty can be used for a variety of uses from at-home art projects to commercial building repairs. Perfect for long-lasting repairs, Durham’s Wood Putty can be used for repairing cracks, fixing dents, filling gaps, and restoration on any type of wooden, drywall or tile. 

Patch Plaster Walls

Use a putty knife to spread Durham's into cracks and cavities of plaster walls.

General Repair Uses

Durham's Rock Hard Water Putty fills voids like holes, cracks, and the like.

Hang Pictures

To hang pictures and artwork with greater holding strength, place a dab of Durham's into the old nail or wire hole.

Fill Holes In Wood

Durham's is ideal for filling knotholes, nail holes, oversized screw holes, and other defects in wood.

Using Wood Putty

Durham’s Wood Putty is perfect for indoor and outdoor applications. 

Wood Putty won’t shrink or crack when drying and has multiple uses. You can use Durham’s wood putty for arts and crafts, repairing damaged floors, repairing cracks in decks, fixing dents and holes in furniture, and many more. 

Mix the powder with water to create a paste and apply to the area using a putty knife. Ensure the area is cleaned and free of any dust and debris beforehand. Once dry you will be able to sand, stain, and paint the area too. 

Durham’s works great for anything from fun and simple crafts for kids to professional remodeling projects.

Wood Putty FAQs

Can I screw into putty?

Yes, however we recommend pre-drilling a hole before you put a screw into your project to prevent the putty from cracking.

How do you apply wood putty?

Mix 3 parts powder to 1 part water to create a paste. After the area is cleaned and prepared, Durham's Rock Hard Water Putty can be applied using a brush or putty knife.

Is Durham's putty toxic?

None of the ingredients are toxic or harmful.

Can you sand wood putty?

Yes, once the filler is fully dry you can use sandpaper to smooth the surface.

All You Need Is Durhams

For whatever you need, Durhams is there for you. Order Durhams today or check your local hardware or DIY store for stock.